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Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency

Coming in the spring/summer of 2015, MossRehab will introduce an orthopedic physical therapy residency program.

The MossRehab Orthopedic Residency will be an intensive, one-year experience combining clinical mentoring and didactic learning. The program is in line with the American Physical Therapy Association's Vision 2020 plan, which stresses the increasing need of residency/fellowship education within a doctoring profession.

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Neurologic Residency for Physical Therapists

MossRehab developed the first neurologic physical therapy residency program in the country, credentialed by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in 2003. Since then, the program has produced 17 graduates, with 100 percent passing the NCS examination and receiving specialist certification.

Our residency program provides an intensive, one-year experience combining clinical and didactic learning opportunities. The foundation of the program is over 200 hours of one-on-one clinical mentoring with expert clinicians at MossRehab. This occurs concurrently with clinical practice as a treating therapist: residents move through several clinical rotations within the programs offered at MossRehab. The resident will also receive >150 hours of instruction based on the APTA's Neurologic Description of Specialty Practice. Additional components include structured learning opportunities in areas related to clinical practice, teaching and scientific inquiry.

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ReWalk

ReWalk is a motorized exoskeleton suit that enables patients with lower limb disabilities, including complete paralysis, to independently engage in ambulatory activities, including standing, walking and in some cases climbing stairs.

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Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute

The Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI) sponsors interdisciplinary research aimed at improving human function and adaptation to disability.

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Aphasia Research

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Stroke Research

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