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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Physical medicine and rehabilitation is the health care specialty focused on restoring the health and functional abilities of people after acute illness or injury such as stroke, spinal cord injuries, heart surgery, amputation, joint replacement, sports injuries or spinal disorders. Consistently ranked as one of America’s top programs by US News and World Report, the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is dedicated to advancing knowledge of effective physical medicine and rehabilitation therapies, and to delivering the best possible patient care. Working together, Johns Hopkins physiatrists, psychologists, nurses, therapists and scientists help our patients return to their highest levels of independent functioning.

 
 

Featured News Article

Video: Cancer Rehab for Breast Cancer Survivors

Physical Therapist Laurie Sweet discusses some of the issues cancer rehab can address such as returning to daily activities, fatigue management, exercise, sleep/wake cycles, and pain.

 

 

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Terrance McGee, PT, DScPT, shows you how to make the most out of your golf swing. Read more.

 

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