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AAPM&R Members in the News: November 2016

Nov 29, 2016
  • Pablo Celnik, MD, director of the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins, discusses results from a recent study in the article, "Researchers use video game-like test to study learning and recovery in stroke patients." Read more.
  • Joseph Herrera, DO, chairman of the department of rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and associate professor of rehabilitation medicine, published his article, "How to manage pain without taking powerful drugs," in NY Daily NewsRead more.
  • Ronald T. Stephens, MD, reached a milestone achieved by no other physiatrist: he is the first PM&R physician to be promoted to the rank of brigadier general (BG) in any service within the Department of Defense. Congratulations, Dr. Stephens! Read more.
  • Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD, medical director of the brain injury and stroke program at TIRR Memorial Hermann, discusses depression in stroke survivors and how to improve recovery. Read more.
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