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Physical medicine and rehabilitation focuses on restoring the health and functional abilities after illness or injury, such as a stroke, spinal cord injury, heart surgery, amputation, joint replacement, sports injuries, spinal disorders and other conditions. We work with you to develop a custom treatment plan built around your individual needs.

 
 

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Post-COVID-19 Care

We are collaborating with the Department of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine and the Johns Hopkins Home Care Group to establish an interdisciplinary, standardized approach to address the unique needs of COVID-19 survivors.
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Coronavirus Recovery: Breathing Exercises

COVID-19 affects the lungs and respiratory system, which can lead to significant damage. “Working toward recovery starts simple: with a focus on breathing,” says Johns Hopkins physical therapist Peiting Lien. She offers a series of breathing exercises to aid in recovery.
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Precision Rehabilitation Medicine

Johns Hopkins Precision Rehabilitation Center of Excellence aims to develop new interventions tailored to patients’ specific needs across the continuum of care based on their functional status — many that use technology in new ways that could revolutionize the field.
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Patient Story
 

Noninvasive Brain Stimulation: Michael's Story

Michael had a series of different injuries, starting with a fall that led to a traumatic brain injury and, eventually, a stroke. At one point in recovery, he was told he had reached his limit on what he could do - but that wasn't something Michael could accept.
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The Johns Hopkins Difference

 

A Care Team That Cares

Our team of physicians, nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists, and rehab psychologists work together to create a treatment plan just for you.
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Groundbreaking Research

Working with a participant with tetraplegia, our researchers studied technologies that can help patients with paralysis live more independently.
Read more about this study.

Educating Future Leaders

Our PM&R experts work side-by-side with residents to help them apply classroom knowledge to a variety of clinical settings.
Learn about our residency program.

 
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