Tim Goldberg

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This case study examined phonemic reading and reading comprehension in the presence of Broca's aphasia. The patient, T.B., a 16 yr old male, suffered an occlusion of the middle cerebral artery. Spontaneous speech was limited, naming difficulties were apparent, and comprehension was mildly impaired. Though the patient could read only a small number of words(More)
Postoperative management of lower extremity amputation continues to evolve with advances in prosthetic technology, surgical technique, and rehabilitation considerations. Almost 50 years ago, the first immediate postoperative prosthesis was conceived, and has been used since with varying degrees of success. More recently, use of the removable rigid dressing(More)
  • Tim Goldberg
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation clinics of…
  • 2006
Postoperative management of the lower extremity amputation continues to evolve as a crucial first step in amputee rehabilitation. Although the major goals of early rehabilitation remain fairly constant, external forces continually pressure the rehabilitation team to complete these goals within shorter time frames. The atmosphere of rapid rehabilitation for(More)
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