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News for Physicians from the Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Staffed by two physical therapists who were former professional dancers, the Johns Hopkins Performing Arts Physical Therapy Program addresses the unique needs of dancers, musicians, vocal artists, skaters and other performers.Read More
Pablo Celnik shares the latest physical medicine and rehabilitation research advancements and highlights new and expanded services.
Johns Hopkins pediatrician and physiatrist Stacy Suskauer and colleagues are looking at biomarkers in children who suffered a brain injury to see if lingering effects are cause for concern.
The Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network delivers rehab care in various settings across the continuum—including patients recovering from stroke, neurologic conditions, spinal cord injuries, and providing expertise at each level.
Johns Hopkins' Dale Needham finds that most patients who leave the ICU suffer post-traumatic stress disorder and/or delusions.