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Rehabilitation Continuing Education

NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation provides the highest quality of continuing education to rehabilitation experts across various specialties and subspecialties so they can help to transform patient care.

As world-renowned leaders in rehabilitation medicine, one of our guiding principles is to prepare the next generation of rehabilitation professionals to become leaders in the field by empowering them with new advances in research and treatment.

Continuing Education Calendar

We offer live webinars and on-demand continuing education courses that cover important topics in various specialties and subspecialties of rehabilitation medicine. All courses are currently being held online. Learn more about our continuing medical education offerings.

Continuing Education Courses

Topic: 2024 Prosthetics and Orthotics Course for Physicians
Date: May 7–9, 2024

Topic: The New Metro: Sports Medicine Board Review Course 2024
Date: June 7–9, 2024

Topic: 4th Annual NYU Langone Health Oncology Rehabilitation Summit: Breast Cancer
Date: October 25th, 2024

Topic: Shoulder Rehabilitation Symposium: Complex Made Simple from Pediatrics to Adults
Date: November 9, 2024

On-Demand Continuing Education Courses

Topic: 3rd Annual NYU Langone Health Oncology Rehabilitation Summit: State-of-the-Art Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant On-Demand

Topic: Home Access and Automation: The Key to Independence

Topic: Vestibular Evaluation and Treatment of the Dizzy Patient On-Demand

Topic: Aphasia and AAC: An Overview of Compensatory and Rehabilitative Tools for the Individual with Aphasia

Topic: Current Trends in Upper Extremity Tendon Rehabilitation and Associated Orthotic Fabrication

Topic: At a Glance: Complex Cases from Rusk Rehabilitation

Topic: Rusk 75: The Value of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Topic: Rusk 75: Value-Based Care

Topic: Rusk 75: The Power of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Complex Neurorehabilitation

Topic: State of the Art Rehabilitation for the Patient Following Transplant

Topic: Demystifying the Subacute Rehab World

Topic: Low Tech Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ACC) to Meet the Communication Needs of Patients in the Hospital Setting

Contact Us

For more information about our continuing education courses, please contact Krystal Pearce, MBA, senior program coordinator, at