Giving you the power of hope
Spaulding Rehabilitation is a world leader in advanced rehabilitation treatment and research – serving the greater Boston region and beyond. With three inpatient hospitals, a skilled nursing facility and outpatient centers across eastern Massachusetts, our leading medical professionals, clinicians and researchers will help you through your most challenging journey, so you can be the best version of yourself.
Combining your unstoppable spirit with our resources. That’s the power of hope. Let’s do amazing things together.
#1 in Rehabilitation in New England
#3 in the Nation
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston is a leader in rehabilitation in the U.S. based on U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals for 2022-2023.
World Renowned Innovation
We’re the official teaching partner of the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
61k+Patients treated in 2021
$29 MillionFunded research in 2021
#1Rated residency program
#1Place to work for people with disabilities
A network of resources and care options to advance your quality of life
Rehabilitation Programs and Services
- Adaptive Sports
- Arthritis & Joints
- Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord
- Sports Medicine
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Our Latest Discoveries
NFL Players Who Experienced Concussions Show Reduced Cognitive Performance Decades Later
March 2, 2023
Using data from the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University, a study led by Mass General Brigham investigators elucidates the impact of a playing career on long-term cognitive function.
Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model Systems Team Participates in National Burn Awareness Week 2023
February 9, 2023
This year's theme is “Hot Liquids Burn Like Fire!” As part of the team's efforts to spread awareness on the impacts of burn injury, the team is hosting education events for patients and clinicians.
New Mechanism Uncovered Behind Osteoarthritis Could Inform New Treatments
January 10, 2023
Researchers in the United States and Japan have discovered a new mechanism that links age-related cartilage tissue stiffening with the repression of a key protein associated with longevity.
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