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A partnership between Mayo Clinic, Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco, will create a new center that offers regenerative medicine and rehabilitation resources nationwide.
Tamara L. Vos-Draper, O.T., Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, describes a Mayo-developed mobile pressure-mapping system that researchers will study in veterans with spinal cord injuries who are at risk of pressure ulcers.
Andrea L. Cheville, M.D., Mayo Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation consultant, discusses Item Response Theory (IRT). Historically patients were given fixed-length tests with precisely worded questions, all of which had to be administered ...
Christopher D. Sletten, Ph.D., L.P., clinical psychologist and Comprehensive Pain Rehabilitation Center (PRC) clinical director at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, discusses the program details, what interdisciplinary services are ...
Jonathan T. Finnoff, D.O., medical director for Mayo Clinic Square, Sports Medicine Center, discusses the unique services available to casual and professional athletes at the new center in Minneapolis.
Ralph E. Gay, M.D., D.C., M.S., Mayo Clinic associate professor of PM&R, discusses clinical practice guidelines for low back pain. What are they for, and do they work?