American DanceWheels Troupe Performs at Papal Festival
Living Beyond Disability
Nov 13 2015
Draped in a glittering blue gown, Alysse Einbender performed with a precision troupe of dancers this past September that had been accorded a singular honor—leading off the Festival of Families welcoming Pope Francis to Philadelphia.
Re-learning Life Skill in the Clubhouse
When Joe Veight flipped his '93 Mustang over the guardrail on Route 553 in New Jersey and slammed into a pole so hard that it snapped in half, he came uncomfortably close to death.
A Shifting of Dreams
Sep 1 2015
When he damaged his spinal cord during a club gymnastics practice in college, Randall Duchesneau's world shifted - and so did his plans for the future.
Accentuating the Positives
Aug 31 2015
Growing up with cerebral palsy, Rachel Shandler could have focused on the limitations. She chose the opposite path, and it has made all the difference.
Focus on: Occupational Therapy
Aug 30 2015
Lori Sledziewski, MS, OTR/L, spinal cord injury team leader for the MossRehab Occupational Therapy Department, provides insight into the importance of occupational therapy at MossRehab.
Focus On: Speech/Language Therapy
Aug 12 2015
MossRehab speech/language therapists Pippa Siguenza and Paula Sobel answer questions about the key role their specialty plays in patient recovery.
Battling Stroke With Humor (and Therapy)
Aug 3 2015
When Shirley Shackelford lost the use of her left arm following a stroke, her immediate thought was that she would somehow fix the situation on her own, but she soon found out she was up against a tougher adversary than she expected.
Finding Your Way After Brain Injury
Jun 3 2015
MossRehab is presenting a conference on November 8 for people affected by brain injury. Tessa Hart, PhD, of the Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, explains what attendees can anticipate from the event.
Hand Therapists Help Fix More than Shattered Wrist
Feb 18 2015
Following a motorcycle accident that left him with 11 fractures in his neck and spine and shattered his wrist, it wasn't clear if Tariq Farr would ever regain full use of his left hand. Enter our hand therapy team.
Speaking from Personal Experience
Feb 16 2015
While in medical school, Daniela Palomer Garcia, MD, lost parts of all four limbs in a train accident. Undaunted, she went on to specialize in amputation rehabilitation, bringing a unique perspective to her patients.
Covering the Bases on Multiple Sclerosis
Feb 15 2015
MossRehab serves a wide range of people with MS – from those who are functioning well and want to maintain that to those who are experiencing more difficulty.
Tips for Dining Out
Feb 2 2015
Almost everybody enjoys eating out. Here are some tips on what to ask the restaurant before heading out on the town for a big night out.
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