Restore Summer 2013
Stacy Suskauer is looking to see if biomarkers may hold the key to predicting how well a child will fare after a mild traumatic brain injury—like the one that 15-year-old Aldrin Garriques got while playing football.
photo by Keith Weller
Articles in this Issue
A Johns Hopkins pediatric physiatrist seeks the key to understanding how well children will fare after mild traumatic brain injuries.
Rehabilitation patients who maintain positive attitudes are shown to have improved outcomes.
A "self management" approach allows rehabilitation patients to take an active role in managing their conditions and recoveries.
Ideas at Work
Targeted muscle reinnervation may move arm-amputation patients closer to living life as they did before their operations.
With extensive rehabilitation, a new, cutting-edge bionic arm offers patients unprecedented possibilities.