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Huan Deng, PhD, Timothy J. Genovese, MD, MPH, and Jeffrey C. Schneider, MD, present an update on biopsychosocial impairments that can occur in the adult burn population, using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health to structure the review, with focus on long-term outcomes.
Physicians and researchers from Spaulding Rehabilitation will present their latest work at the 2024 Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP) Annual Meeting, held February 20–24 in Orlando, Florida.
Findings from a clinical trial co-led by Spaulding Rehabilitation showed that patients who rehabilitated with a system called InTandem were three times more likely to respond to treatment and had improvements in walking speed compared with rehabilitation without the system.
In an international survey of female healthcare professionals, researchers at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital found that a greater sense of workplace "belonging" was quantifiably related to reduced reported likelihood of leaving one's current institution within the next two years.
A new art installation at Spaulding Hospital Cambridge was created by the Partners for Youth with Disabilities Program and local artist Joshua Winer. Learn more.
Nathan Cook, PhD, Grant Iverson, PhD, and colleagues reviewed the evidence underlying the CDC Guideline on the Diagnosis and Management of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Among Children. They found pronounced knowledge gaps about how social determinants of health and health equity factors relate to managing this injury.
A new study led by researchers at the Discovery Center for Musculoskeletal Recovery, Schoen Adams Research Institute at Spaulding Rehabilitation, a member of Mass General Brigham, and Graduate School of Medicine in Nagoya University examined the effect of exercise and immobilization on FAP-driven myosteatosis in aged skeletal muscle.
In patients diagnosed with bipolar I disorder, researchers at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital did not find significant differences in brain perfusion between manic and euthymic states. Still, they found the cognitive impairments accompanying mania persisted into euthymia.
Ross Zafonte, DO, president of Spaulding Rehabilitation and the Earle P. and Ida S. Charlton Professor and Chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School, was presented with the 2023 Admiral Charles LeMoyne Distinguished Healthcare Professional Award by the Ben Franklin Global Forum at an event in Cambridge on Friday December 8th.
Fabrisia Ambrosio, PhD, MPT, director of the Discovery Center for Musculoskeletal Injury, discusses the need for better models of menopause and other female-specific traits.