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Rehabilitation Lectures, Podcasts & Radio

At Rusk Rehabilitation, we are committed to educating the public about the latest research in rehabilitation medicine and ways you can improve your wellness and maximize your recovery. We also provide continuing medical education for rehabilitation professionals.

Our experts participate in community lectures, Doctor Radio on Sirius XM, and a podcast called Rusk Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine.

Rusk Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine Podcast

Hear experts from NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation and other leaders from across the rehabilitation field discuss the latest in research, treatment options, and other timely topics on the Rusk Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine podcast.

Recent podcasts topics include:

  • vestibular therapy for concussion
  • cancer rehabilitation
  • unexplained stroke
  • cognitive remediation as a possible intervention for traumatic brain injury
  • research on eye–hand coordination, also known as visual–motor integration
  • how sensorimotor integration can enhance motor control for people who have had a stroke

Each podcast episode runs between 15 and 20 minutes. You can subscribe and listen to past episodes through any podcast app.

Community Lectures

Rusk Rehabilitation hosts regular programs throughout the year as part of its community lecture series. For more information, please call 212-263-6952 or email ruskrsvp@nyulangone.org.

Doctor Radio

“Rehabilitation Medicine” is a weekly talk show on Doctor Radio hosted by Dr. Jonathan H. Whiteson, vice chair of clinical care at Rusk Rehabilitation. The program includes conversations with NYU Langone rehabilitation experts. It airs from 6:00AM to 8:00AM Mondays on Sirius XM channel 110.