Meet the Team: Casey McKee, OTR/L
Meet the Team
Oct 7 2021
Casey McKee is an Occupational Therapist who works at MossRehab Elkins Park with patients who have neurological impairments.
MossRehab Patients Give Back as Volunteers in Research
Sep 21 2021
MossRehab patients can join the MRRI Research Registry to serve as volunteers for studies focused on stroke, traumatic brain injury, and Parkinsonism.
Meet the Team: Abby Jaroslow, HTR
Sep 7 2021
Abby Jaroslow is a horticultural therapist leading MossRehab’s horticultural therapy program at The Alice and Herbert Sachs Therapeutic Conservatory.
Treating Headaches with Physical Therapy
Aug 25 2021
Did you know that headaches associated with neck and spinal pain are treatable with physical therapy?
Meet the Team: Allison Mack, MS, CCC-SLP
Aug 10 2021
Allison Mack is a Speech-Language Pathologist who treats people who had a stroke and those with communication disorders.
Camp Independence Celebrates 50 Years
Jul 27 2021
For 50 years, MossRehab’s Camp Independence has offered a overnight camping experience for adults with physical disabilities.
Meet the Team: Kaitlyn Dietz, MS, CCC-SLP
Jul 20 2021
Kaitlyn Dietz is a speech-language pathologist who works in the Stroke Comprehensive Outpatient Rehab Program at MossRehab Jenkintown.
New Clinic Will Treat Patients with Parkinson’s
Jul 13 2021
The clinic brings together researchers and clinicians to deliver a more integrated approach to treating patients with Parkinson’s.
Meet the Team: Stephanie Stein, MS, OTR/L
Jun 29 2021
Stephanie Stein serves as an occupational therapist and team leader at the Drucker Brain Injury Center.
MossRehab Brings Hollywood to the Research Lab and Clinic
Jun 22 2021
Our researchers and clinicians tap into the use of motion capture technology used in film animation to study body movements.
Meet the Team: Emily Overbaugh, MA, CCC-SLP
Jun 15 2021
Emily Overbaugh is a speech pathologist at MossRehab Collegeville where she specializes in concussion, Parkinson’s disease, and voice disorders.
How Stroke Can Affect Your Ability to Communicate
Jun 8 2021
Stroke-related disorders, such as aphasia and apraxia, can disrupt the ability to speak and understand conversations.
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