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MossRehab has consistently been named one of "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S.News and World Report. MossRehab focuses on innnovative research and outstanding clinical care.

  MossRehab, a modern, 152-bed facility, offers comprehensive care to people with a broad range of conditions--including stroke, brain injury, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal disabilities, spinal cord dysfunction, pulmonary disorders, amputations, and other forms of disability.

  Those who require less intensive care are served through the MossRehab Subacute Program, day programs, and three outpatient centers. In these settings, assistance is provided to those recovering from joint replacement surgery, arthritis, hand injuries, back pain, and other less severe conditions.

Advanced Diagnostics

  MossRehab offers some of the finest diagnostic laboratories in the nation, including the Gait and Motion Analysis Laboratory, Motor Control Analysis Laboratory, Human Performance Laboratory, and Electrodiagnostic Laboratory.


  Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute was established in 1992 to broaden the scope of rehabilitation knowledge and explore ways to further improve the lives of those with physical disabilities. The institute's findings assure MossRehab patients access to the latest advances in the field.

  MossRehab is part of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network.

For more information, call MossRehab at 1-800-CALL MOSS or visit our Homepage on the Internet.

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