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Effect of High-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Chronic Central Pain After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Pilot Study.

Chronic pain is a common comorbidity of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), with studies showing that up to 75% of mild TBI patients suffer from this condition. In addition to the limitations in activities of daily living (ADL) and cognitive functioning, chronic pain has been widely shown to further limit the functional rehabilitative recovery and quality of life of effected patients. More specifically,... Full article

Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a debilitating injury with a wide range of complications, based on the level and severity of injury, involving damage to the spinal cord at any location from the foramen magnum to the cauda equina. Treatment and rehabilitation is a resource intensive process which must be administrated early and with a concerted, interdisciplinary approach. The authors of this study rep... Full article

Hip Dysplasia and The Performing Arts: Is There a Correlation?

Due to the extreme ranges of motion required for numerous styles of dance, hip pain is a common issue dancers face and is one of the leading causes of lost work and performance time. While the etiology of dance-related hip pain has yet to be clearly elucidated, structural variations in hip anatomy such as hip dysplasia stand as potential contributors and/or correlates to hip pain. This journal art... Full article

Be a Mentor | Find a Mentor

We are pleased to provide our AOCPMR members with a mentorship program that we hope will offer a personal resource for guidance in both career and personal life while promoting social relationships within our specialty college. Everyone remembers trying to navigate his or her way through the medical school and residency process. One thing that helped so many of us was having some form of mentorship along the way. The AOCPMR mentorship program seeks to make this connection easier through facilitating the pairing of AOCPMR student members, resident members and practicing physicians.

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