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Because of our leadership in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Kessler receives widespread media coverage. Members of our medical and clinical teams are frequently called upon to share their expertise and insight.
Our programs and services, as well as patients and staff, are often featured in newspaper, magazine, radio, television and online stories. In addition, our Corporate Communications office regularly alerts the media to news about Kessler's advances in treatment, consumer health issues and corporate business activities.
The following is a sampling of Kessler's recent media coverage.
In The News
April 14, 2016
Whether you're training for a marathon or just taking a jog around your neighborhood, running is one of the easiest sports activities to participate in. It is also one of the most popular with more than 25 million Americans lacing up their sneakers and heading out to local streets, tracks, parks and gyms regularly.Full Story
December 22, 2015
The new movie Concussion will likely raise concerns and controversy surrounding traumatic brain injuries, it will certainly raise awareness. While the film focuses on the long-term effects of brain injury among professional football players, the important underlying message is that a concussion can impact anyone at any time, on or off the field.Full Story
November 17, 2015
Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation celebrated the achievements of its patients and staff at the hospital's annual Triumph of the Human Spirit gala.Full Story
September 29, 2015
Select Medical's Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, one of the nation's leading rehabilitation hospitals, announced today the appointment of Sue Kida, P.T., MHA, to the position of President, effective Oct. 1. Kida, who most recently served as the hospital's Chief Operating Officer, will continue to serve as Chief Executive Officer of Kessler's Chester campus.Full Story
July 31, 2015
Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation has been named a gold level "Fit-Friendly Worksite" by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for its commitment to providing a healthy work environment for its more than 1600 employees.Full Story
July 10, 2015
As summer unfolds, more and more children are playing outdoors, and taking to the streets on bicycles, scooter, skates and skateboards. While these activities provide important exercise, they also bring an increased risk of injury.Full Story
June 16, 2015
Mooyeon Oh-Park, M.D., has been appointed to the new position of Director of Geriatric Rehabilitation at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.Full Story
May 15, 2015
Whether you ride a bicycle for exercise, to commute to work or school, or just to have some outdoor fun, the benefits can be great. Cycling is a low impact sport that can help strengthen muscles and bones, control weight, improve cardiovascular health and even boost your mood and mental health. But along with the many benefits of cycling comes an increased risk for injury.Full Story