A NYU Langone Medical news release reports that the Rusk Rehabilitation non-muscoskeletal outpatient rehabilitation care, research, and administrative offices have recently moved to a new, larger ambulatory care center. Re-locating outpatient services to the new 40,000 square foot facility, “reflects the medical center’s focus on providing convenient ambulatory services for our community—while giving our staff a new environment that mirrors the world-class care they are know for providing,” says Steven R. Flanagan, MD, the Howard A. Rusk Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and chair, department of rehabilitation medicine at the New York, NY-based NYU Langone Medical Center.

The release notes that multiple Rusk Rehabilitation services are now offered at the new facility, including vestibular therapy, the Brain Injury Day Treatment program, non-musculoskeletal physical and occupational therapies, speech-language-pathology, and vocational rehabilitation.

NYU Langone Medical Center adds that inpatient rehabilitation therapy will continue to be available at the Rusk Institute and outpatient rehabilitation services for sports medicine and joint, muscle and tendon conditions will be provided at NYU Langone’s new Center for Musculoskeletal Care. 

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Source: NYU Langone Medical Center