Outpatient Rehabilitation

Continuing your progress
To reinforce gains made during inpatient rehabilitation or enhance mobility and strength, Kessler Institute offers a unique continuum of outpatient programs at each of our four hospital campuses in West Orange, Chester, Saddle Brook and Marlton, New Jersey. In addition, therapy and other select services are provided at more than 95 Kessler Rehabilitation Center locations throughout the state.
outpatient rehabilitation patient working with physical therapist

The Kessler Difference

Our comprehensive approach to rehabilitation provides continuity of care from inpatient to outpatient settings. We offer medical, therapy and other clinical services, as well as specialized programs to meet your needs, interests and goals.

  • Amputee clinic
  • Vestibular (balance) rehabilitation
  • Cancer rehabilitation
  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Concussion management
  • Dance performance
  • Dementia program
  • Driver rehabilitation
  • Fall Prevention Program
  • Hand and upper extremity therapy
  • Locomotor training
  • Lymphedema management
  • Multiple sclerosis wellness
  • Pain management
  • Neurorehabilitation (MS, ALS, Parkinson’s disease)
  • Neuropsychology testing
  • Occupational therapy
  • Orthotic and prosthetic services
  • Osteoporosis management
  • Pediatric rehabilitation
  • Physical therapy
  • Physician services
  • Speech therapy
  • Spina bifida management
  • Spinal cord injury services
  • Spine rehabilitation
  • Sports performance and injury prevention
woman in wheelchair with children, picking pumpkins
Our patients say it best
Heather’s story
“I found ‘my people,’ folks who understood what I was going through and who continue to stand by me throughout this journey. Quite simply, Kessler is my ‘happy place.’”

Need rehabilitation? Let us help. 

From inpatient to outpatient, Kessler offers the care and treatment, programs and services to meet your needs. 

Did you know?

Most states, including New Jersey, no longer require a doctor's prescription for physical or occupational therapy. This is called "direct access," which means you can schedule a physical or occupational therapy appointment without visiting your doctor, potentially saving you time and out-of-pocket medical expenses. In fact, most insurance plans now cover direct access services.