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Advanced rehabilitation techniques for the multi-limb amputee.
- Zach T Harvey, Gregory A. Loomis, +4 authors P. Pasquina
- Journal of surgical orthopaedic advances
Advances in combat casualty care have contributed to unprecedented survival rates of battlefield injuries, challenging the field of rehabilitation to help injured service members achieve maximal… Expand
Observation of limb movements reduces phantom limb pain in bilateral amputees
- M. Tung, Ian C. Murphy, +8 authors J. Tsao
- Annals of clinical and translational neurology
- 1 September 2014
Mirror therapy has been demonstrated to reduce phantom limb pain (PLP) experienced by unilateral limb amputees. Research suggests that the visual feedback of observing a limb moving in the mirror is… Expand
Case Series of Wounded Warriors Receiving Initial Fit PowerKnee™ Prosthesis
Introduction Combat-related lower-limb amputations challenge prosthetic device prescription and rehabilitation practices. Moreover, wounded warriors are relatively young and lived highly active… Expand
Ultrasound Guided Dextrose Prolotherapy for Persistent Coccygeal Pain: A Case Series and Review of Literature
Coccydynia is a common condition that has been difficult to treat effectively with conventional pain relief methods. There has been previous research demonstrating safety and efficacy of prolotherapy… Expand
BUILDING SAFE ROUTES TO AGE IN PLACE THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS WITH AGE-FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES
- Holly I Dabelko-Schoeny, N. Fields, Ian C. Murphy, K. White, Marisa Sheldon, K. Ravi
- Innovation in Aging
- 1 November 2019
Abstract Participation in active transportation by older persons has been associated with higher quality of life and longevity. Efforts across the United States to increase active transportation… Expand
Quality of life measurement in neurodegenerative and related conditions, Crispin Jenkinson, Michele Peters, and Mark B. Bromberg, eds., Cambridge, ISBN: 9780521829014, 206 pages, $89.99.
Sleep/Wake Disturbances in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients
The continued research and practice of sleep medicine has provided insights into brain physiology, novel diagnostic tools, and innovative treatment options for poorly understood diseases. Sleep is… Expand
Neuroculture: on the implication of brain science, Edmund T. Rolls, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 978-0199695478, 432 pages, $57.99
Creating modern neuroscience, Gordon M Shepherd, Oxford University Press, ISBN: 978-0195391503, 304 pages, $59.95