The research in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Publications contains five key areas of study. These areas are stroke rehabilitation and CORRE, spinal cord injury, neuromuscular/peripheral nerve injury, musculoskeletal and amputee, and acquired brain injury.
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Submissions from 2011
Vastus Medialis Motor Unit Properties in Knee Osteoarthritis, Michael J. Berger, David G. Chess, and Timothy J. Doherty
Submissions from 2010
Management of Tennis Elbow with Sodium Hyaluronate Periarticular Injections, Robert J. Petrella, Anthony Cogliano, Joseph Decaria, Naem Mohamed, and Robert Lee
Study Protocol of the YOU CALL--WE CALL TRIAL: Impact of a Multimodal Support Intervention after a "Mild" Stroke, Annie Rochette, Nicol Korner-Bitensky, Duane Bishop, Robert Teasell, Carole White, Gina Bravo, Robert Côté, Jean Lachaine, Teri Green, Louise-Hélène Lebrun, Sylvain Lanthier, Moira Kapral, and Sharon Wood-Dauphinee
Submissions from 2009
The Use of Group Dynamics Strategies to Enhance Cohesion in a Lifestyle Intervention Program for Obese Children, Luc J. Martin, Shauna M. Burke, Sheree Shapiro, Albert V. Carron, Jennifer D. Irwin, Robert Petrella, Harry Prapavessis, and Kevin Shoemaker
Submissions from 2007
Creatine Monohydrate and Conjugated Linoleic Acid Improve Strength and Body Composition Following Resistance Exercise in Older Adults, Mark Tarnopolsky, Andrew Zimmer, Jeremy Paikin, Adeel Safdar, Alissa Aboud, Erin Pearce, Brian Roy, and Timothy Doherty
Submissions from 2006
Do Patients Receive Recommended Treatment of Osteoporosis Following Hip Fracture in Primary Care?, Robert J. Petrella and Tim J. Jones
Submissions from 2004
Clinical Education of Ethicists: The Role of a Clinical Ethics Fellowship, Paula Chidwick, Karen Faith, Dianne Godkin, and Laurie Hardingham