Promising research and development is being accomplished all throughout the oncology field. This includes advances in brain cancer research, which can be seen in areas as diverse as boosting the immune system to innovative surgery. Patients with one of the most aggressive...
Be a part of the largest conference in the world for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research. The ACRM Annual Conference Program Committee invites proposals for scientific papers and posters through 14 March 2014. Abstracts of all peer-reviewed and accepted proposals will...
With the remarkable growth of disability and rehabilitation-related research in the last decade, it is imperative to support the highest quality research possible. With cuts in research funding, rehabilitation research...
Runners are a notoriously difficult "breed" to handle for the physical therapist. In fact, a colleague of mine has an orthopedic surgeon friend who says he would "rather treat heroin addicts than runners." Ouch!
Kessler Foundation researchers have found that higher educational attainment (a proxy of intellectual enrichment) attenuates the negative impact of traumatic brain injury (TBI) on cognitive status. The brief report, Sumowski...
After a person has had an arm or leg amputated, they may still feel pain in the missing limb as if it is still there. This sensation, known as phantom limb pain, affects 70 percent of amputees. Now, a researcher has created a new method to treat the condition.
Complex is a good word to describe multiple sclerosis. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, symptoms can vary from fatigue and numbness to vision problems, bladder issues, difficulty walking and more; and individual symptoms can change over time, making...
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