The Limb Loss Symposium will be returning virtually on April 18, 2023. Make sure to check back for more details in the future.
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Featured Research and Patient Care Stories
A New Foundation for Precision Rehabilitation
Johns Hopkins is among the first in the U.S. to develop technologies that collect and store data regarding multiple facets of physical function. The aim: to spur novel research and advance rehabilitation.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Develop and Use New Technology to Improve Rehab After Stroke
Whether in response to COVID-19 or to address the evolving needs of patients with stroke, physician-scientist Preeti Raghavan and colleagues employ innovative technological approaches to recovery.
Sports Medicine for Athletes — and Everyone Else
The Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Program offers comprehensive, individualized care to keep people on the move.
In The News
It's not just brain fog: Vertigo, hair loss, and lagging sex drive are also long COVID symptoms
Alba Azola, M.D., shares her insight on common long COVID symptoms and the importance of discussing them.
10 from Johns Hopkins elected to National Academy of Medicine
Dr. Pablo Celnik was one of 10 Johns Hopkins faculty recently elected to the National Academy of Medicine, considered one of the highest honors in health and medicine.
How Pandemic Life Could Be Affecting Your Pelvic Floor and What to Do About It
Pelvic floor physical therapist Mary Austin explains how the muscles of the pelvic floor work, what might contribute to pelvic floor dysfunction and how to care for this often overlooked group of muscles.
Olympic Dreams: Johns Hopkins Doc Volunteers at Tokyo Games
Dr. Mohammad Emam had the opportunity to serve as a volunteer physician for the men’s and women’s taekwondo events at the Tokyo Olympics.
Early Physical Therapy Associated with Less Health Care Resource Use for Patients with Acute Lower Back Pain
Patients who sought early physical therapy also spent less on lower back pain-related costs in the 30 days after initially showing symptoms