Dr. Ryan Roemmich and his research team are trying to understand important factors that cause people to walk in certain ways and then use this information to improve their rehabilitation.
Marlis Gonzalez-Fernandez, M.D, Ph.D., discusses the rehabilitation of a 47-year-old patient who had a non-healing foot wound and subsequently underwent a right below the knee transtibial amputation.
Rehabilitation psychologists Abbey Hughes and Meghan Beier discuss common mental health disorders that multiple sclerosis patients often experience.
Abbey Hughes and Alexius Sandoval of the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network discuss their team approach to treating multiple sclerosis.
Akhil Chhatre of the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network speaks on common causes of back pain.
Tae Chung of the Johns Hopkins Rehabilitation Network discusses postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) - a form of orthostatic intolerance that is associated with the presence of excessive tachycardia and many other symptoms upon standing.
Stephen Wegener, director of the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology at Johns Hopkins, discusses how he and his team have been helping patients manage the emotional and physical adaptation following amputation.
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