AAPM&R Vice President Deborah Venesy, MD, shares her take on the specialty’s challenges and opportunities in the wake of the pandemic and over the longer term.
From neurological conditions and muscle disease to sports injuries, physiatrists in Pediatric Medicine & Rehabilitation provide highly specialized care for patients.
Participants in these Cleveland Clinic training programs get to work alongside an incredible range of subspecialists, see patients in a continuity clinic and manage on-field injuries large and small.
Groups all across the country are asking Mary Stilphen to speak about Cleveland Clinic’s success with its 6 Clicks tool for PT/OT assessment. Here are the three things audiences most want to know.
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Dr. Joel Press, a pioneering advocate of physiatry’s role in musculoskeletal care, shares insights from his storied career to argue that PM&R is more relevant to this care realm than ever before.
Cleveland Clinic launched a three-year PM&R residency program in July 2016. Its leaders share the rationale behind its design and advice for others looking to start or refresh a program in challenging times.
Cleveland Clinic’s rehab hospitals are designed to maximize safe, appropriate transitions of care for geriatric patients.
Increasing healthcare demands from the aging population have led Cleveland Clinic to launch a residency program in physical medicine and rehabilitation. The three-year program will begin in July 2016.
About a third of pediatric transplant recipients at Cleveland Clinic undergo post-transplant rehabilitation. While goals and techniques are similar to those in adults, a pediatric-tailored approach makes a big difference.
Profiles of two new rehabilitative therapy offerings at Cleveland Clinic Children’s showcase just how broad the reach of pediatric therapy services has become.