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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
February 1, 2017
From smartphones and tablets to game consoles, people are hooked on technology. However, the ever-increasing use of these devices has resulted in a dramatic rise in injuries to the hands, wrists and elbows, as well as the neck and back.Full Story
November 1, 2016
Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation has announced the acquisition of Marlton Rehabilitation Hospital, a 61-bed hospital located in Marlton, New Jersey.Full Story
August 15, 2016
It's no surprise that children are spending more time than ever glued to smart phones, tablets and other tech devices. What may be surprising, however, is how children - and adults - are using these devices and putting themselves at risk for a number of physical issues and injuries.Full Story
August 2, 2016
Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation is again ranked as one of the top three rehabilitation hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report and is the only facility of its kind in New Jersey to be named to the prestigious "Best Hospitals" list. This marks the 24th consecutive year that Kessler has been listed among the nation's leading rehabilitation hospitals in the annual independent U.S. News survey.Full Story
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