Spinal cord injury research usually focuses on damage to the spinal cord itself and rarely considers the effects of these injuries on the brain. But a new study by researchers at University of Maryland School of Medicine shows that SCI may lead to brain degeneration. This...
ACRM is pleased to announce that the Mid-Year Meeting will be hosted by ACRM Institutional Member, Rehabilitation...
Researches wanted to appraise and synthesis the literature on dance interventions for individuals with Parkinson's disease to provide information regarding the frequency, intensity, duration and type of dance used in these programs...
This study sought to quantify longitudinal changes in sedentary behavior (ie, nonexercise seated or lying behavior) after stroke to ascertain whether reducing sedentary behavior might be a new therapeutic target.
Oncologists have not typically been involved in weight reduction management, which is not by any fault of their own as weight loss instruction has not been integrated into medical school, residency and fellowship programs. For now, oncologists should start by talking to...
The high rate of burnout among pain specialists found in a recent study may be a wake-up call to the specialty, as it places these physicians at risk for substance abuse, interpersonal difficulties and suicidal tendencies, and also increases the risk for medical errors....
The Miracle Minstrels choir doesn't always know when to start singing. They don't do much by way of harmonies, and some are a little foggy on the words. The goal for these performers, most of them stroke survivors, is just to make a joyful noise. Sutter speech therapist...
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