With the strength of a unique continuum of care that stretches from Cape Ann to Cape Cod, the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network delivers a breadth of services unmatched for its quality and integration. We believe communication is vitally important in helping to spread the word about the work we do and how we help people recover from an injury or illness.We invite you to learn more about our network:
Researchers from Spaulding and Harvard Medical School found that readmissions models suggest functional status
The Accountable Care Compass Award recognize provider excellence and innovation in the delivery of high-quality, safe and efficient care.
New study Co-lead by Ross Zafonte, D.O found a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may be a significantly better treatment.
Dr. David Crandell was honored at with the 2015 Distinguished Public Service Award in recognition of his work with Boston Marathon survivors.
Spaulding Residency Program Ranked #1 in research output for physical medicine and rehabilitation, #3 by Doximity Residency Navigator,
Message about Spaulding Hospital North Shore (SNS), formerly Shaughnessy-Kaplan Rehab Hospital
A Message from Spaulding President David Storto on the Passing of Mayor Thomas M. Menino
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is one of two organizations nationally to be awarded as having 3 Model Systems- in SCI, TBI, and Burn Injury Rehab.
Spaulding Cape Cod's Centers for Comprehensive Spasticity Management are offering expanded services to persons living with spasticity.
After surviving a fiery car crash, Muji Karim sustained burns to 31% of his body, resulting in the loss of both of his legs and four fingers.
Dr. Ross Zafonte supports new regulations by U.S. Soccer Federation to restrict headers to prevent Concussions in young players.
Irene Davis, PhD, Director Spaulding National Running Center, named one of Top 50 Influential People in Running
The "functional electrical stimulation bike" provides a cardio workout, increases muscle tone and keeps the blood circulating for people with paralysi
Softball star Bella Picard recovers at Spaulding after a neck injury and inspires us all with her strength and determination
Music therapy helps patients recover and heal.
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