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June 23, 2017 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Turner Auditorium, The Johns Hopkins Hospital)
November 2-4, 2017 | Baltimore, MD
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Learn about courses, conferences and classes designed for continuing medical education and professional development.
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Highlights from the Restore Newsletter
Johns Hopkins Performing Arts Physical Therapy Program is dedicated to accommodating the unique needs of dancers, musicians, vocal artists, aerialists, figure skaters and other performing artists.
The program offers comprehensive care for patients, including physical and occupational therapy for acute injuries, and regular maintenance to keep artists healthy and able to perform. The team also provides preventive screening, backstage evaluations, treatments and education for local dance schools.
- Dorianne Feldman to be Inducted into the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence
- PM&R Therapists Co-author Research on Early Incremental Mobilization
- Recap from the 2017 PM&R Expo Organized by the PM&R Interest Group
- Resident Physician Charles Odonkor to Receive Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award
- Physiatry Resident Charles Odonkor Chosen for Best Paper Award at AAP Annual Meeting
- Pablo Celnik Receives Carolyn Braddom Ritzier Research Award
- Stacy Suskauer Recognized for Brain Injury Rehabilitation Research
- New Program at Hopkins Pediatric ICU Gets Children Moving Sooner
Rehabilitation Team Helps Bermuda Couple Renew Vows, Celebrate Life
When Wendell and Rose Eve got married 25 years ago, police closed off streets in their home city of Hamilton, Bermuda, as some 1,200 people danced and celebrated into the morning.
On May 23, the couple marked their anniversary by renewing their vows. The event was much smaller, with about 30 people gathered in front of the iconic statue of Jesus in the Billings Administration Building of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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