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Brian Kucer, MD

Brian T. Kucer, MD, specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and is the Medical Director of the Brain Injury Program at Magee.
 
Dr. Kucer attended Stanford University, where he received a Bachelors in Chemistry and a Masters in Sociology.  He then completed medical school at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and completed his Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Dr. Kucers prior experience includes time as a neuro-rehabilitation physician for the Rehabilitation Division of Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford, Connecticut, and as an attending physiatrist at the Center for Rehabilitation at Wilmington Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware.

In addition to care and medical management of Brain Injury Rehabilitation inpatients, Dr. Kucer serves as co-director of the Philadelphia Concussion Center at Magee.

As a brain injury physiatrist at Magee, Dr. Kucer is responsible for directing and enhancing MageeҒs inpatient and outpatient brain injury programs. Magee's comprehensive brain injury rehabilitation care system includes Acute Rehabilitation, Community Reintegration, Day Hospital, Mild Brain Injury Program, Independent Medical (Physiatric) Evaluations (IMEs), Neuropsychological Evaluations, and Lifetime Follow-Up.

Todd Lewis, PhD

Dr. Lewis joined Magee Rehabilitation in 1994 as a clinical neuropsychologist. Dr. Lewis graduated from Fairfield University with a BA in Psychology and then completed his MS and PhD in neuropsychology from Drexel University. Following an internship at Kessler Rehabilitation Hospital, he completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the neurology department at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Lewis is presently the clinical neuropsychologist and brain injury clinical specialist on the neurorehabilitation team. Dr. Lewis's specialty is working with cognitive-behavioral changes which occur following traumatic brain injury.

In additional to his clinical responsibilities Dr. Lewis is a frequent lecturer on various aspects of cognitive and neurobehavioral issues following traumatic brain injuries, disease and illness.  Dr. Lewis is an adjunct professor at several local universities.