Dr. Joel Stein, Chief of the Department of Rehabilitation at NewYork-Presbyterian/Cornell/Columbia, participated in a Congressional Briefing in the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center in Washington, D.C. on October 6, 2016.
Dr. Christopher Visco joined CBS This Morning to discuss high blood pressure, soccer injuries and more
Dr. Michael Sein, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Weill Cornell Medical College/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, visited on January 26 - 27 Baku for a Visiting Professorship in Rehabilitation Medicine before joining the Faculty at this year's Rehabilitation Medicine OMI Seminar in Salzburg.
Dr. Ricky Singh and his team of doctors from Weill Cornell Center for the Performing Artists sharing invaluable information with dancers at a free health and wellness session today at Battery Dance. Rush down to 380 Broadway for the 2nd session beginning at 2 pm today. This is a great opportunity! — with Bijan Qutub, Natalia Mesa, Carly Siegler, Ricky Singh and The Center for the Performing Artist at NYP / Weill Cornell at Battery Dance.
It is my pleasure to write this letter providing a brief update on the activities and accomplishments of the rehabilitation medicine department at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia and Cornell.
Jaclyn Bonder, MD, is one of just a dozen physiatrists nationwide who specialize in women’s health rehabilitation with a focus on ob/gyn-related issues. An assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Bonder treats numerous pregnant and postpartum patients with musculoskeletal problems, as well as those with other conditions related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and weakness. “When patients come to me, they’ve often lost hope,” Bonder says. “I find it really gratifying to keep digging, to think outside the box to try to figure it out.
Dr. Michael O'Dell and Dr. Chi-Chang David Lin were reunited with NYPD officer, Tarrell Lee, after helping him recover from a near fatal accident 10 years ago.
Police officer Tarrell Lee nearly died when an SUV plowed him over as he directed traffic in midtown. Lee, 37, was kept in a medically induced coma for more than four weeks as doctors at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center performed surgery after surgery — trying to save his life.