COVID-19 Resources

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COVID-19 Rehabilitation


AAPM&R is Calling for a Comprehensive National Plan to Address the Needs of Millions Suffering from Long COVID


PM&R physicians are uniquely qualified to help guide the multidisciplinary effort needed to develop a plan for this crisis. As a specialty, physiatrists are investigators, team leaders and problem solvers. You see the whole patient AND the whole picture of the rehabilitation ecosystem. PM&R Physicians: you are exactly what this crisis needs.

Stand with us and share our call to action with your colleagues and community and bring more voices into the conversation. We are stronger together. 

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Long COVID Dashboard

Long COVID Dashboard

On August 24, AAPM&R released the first dashboard that shows how many millions of Americans are estimated to be experiencing Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC or Long COVID) symptoms by state, county and nationally.

Our dashboard is based on data from Johns Hopkins University CSSE COVID-19 data and the U.S. census, and includes state and county level statistics and trends over time for Long COVID. The dashboard has options for estimating the number of Long COVID cases based on different assumptions and percentages. Learn more and explore the dashboard.

In the News

View our press section to see our news releases and a selection of PM&R physicians in the news sharing their expert knowledge.

In-Depth Resources for PM&R Physicians

We are supporting members by creating timely, needed resources, collaborating across health care and highlighting the best education and news that is applicable to you and your PM&R practice right now. As the primary medical specialty society for physical medicine and rehabilitation, this is your place for resources to help you today. Visit the Physiatrist Resource Center for:

AAPM&R members: Even more resources are being shared between physiatrists in our Care in the Time of COVID-19 member forum on PhyzForum. Exchange important dialogue about your challenges, ask your questions and concerns as well as share resources with each other.

If you can't find what you need or would like additional support, we're here to help. Contact us at (847) 737-6000 or email