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Helping You Get Back to the Life You Enjoy

Appointment and Procedure Updates

We are updating some appointment and procedure practices to help lessen the spread of the new coronavirus and COVID-19.

  • Many Johns Hopkins patients may now have the option to have a video appointment with their provider, depending on their healthcare need.
  • In some cases, appointments or procedures may need to be rescheduled. If there are changes to your care, your provider will contact you.


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.


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.
Meet our experts.

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.


Featured News and Events 


Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Symposium

The Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Symposium offers clinicians comprehensive hands-on training on ultrasound-guided techniques in the diagnosis and management of most common musculoskeletal conditions.
Graphic of an ultrasound machine

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.
3D Illustration of dna and data, with a doctor holding a tablet computer
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.
Dr. Pablo Celnik and a physical therapist applying electrodes to Michael's head
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