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The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Bill Niehaus. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilit ...
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In the 50th episode of #RehabCast, host Dr. Bill Niehaus engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Julia To Dutka, EdD, Bruce M. Gans, MD, and Richard Oliver, PhD about their study, "Delivering Rehabilitation Care Around the World: Voices From the Field" (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2023.03.009). This conversation sheds light on global reha…
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In the 49th episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus meets with the 100th ACRM conference Plenary Speakers (https://acrm2023.eventscribe.net/agenda.asp?pfp=BrowsebyDay&fb=Plenaries). Join him meeting up with Anjali J. Forber‐Pratt, PhD (she/her/hers), Mark J. Ashley, Sc.D., CCC-SLP, Lisa D. VanHoose, PT, PhD, David Putrino, PT, PhD, and…
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In the 48th episode of the #RehabCast, join our host, Dr. Bill Niehaus, as he engages in a captivating conversation with seven esteemed members of the ACRM organization. Together, they explore the remarkable journey of the rehabilitation field and the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. As we celebrate the 100th ACRM conference, tune in t…
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In this special edition episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with Rebecca Eberle, MA, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, FACRM, Michael Fraas, PhD, CCC-SLP, MHL, CBIS, Donna Langenbahn, PhD, FACRM, and Amy Shapiro-Rosenbaum, PhD, FACRM to discuss how the ACRM Rebooted and Updated the Cognition Rehabilitation Manual and Associated worksh…
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In the 47th episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with Dr Noah Silverberg to discuss the updated American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Diagnostic Criteria for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (https://www.archives-pmr.org/article/S0003-9993(23)00297-6/fulltext). Dr Niehaus then welcomes Dr Wendy Magee to look into the V…
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In the 46th episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with Occupational Therapist Stephanie Kubiak, PhD and Associate Professor Elliot Sklar, PhD to discuss Racial and Ethnic Disparities of Social Participation After Tetraplegia (https://www.archives-pmr.org/article/S0003-9993(23)00109-0/fulltext). Dr Niehaus then welcomes Ps…
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In the 44th episode of RehabCast, our new host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with the ACRM 2022 LaunchPad winner, Lianna Genovese, who is the CEO & Founder of ImaginAble Solutions. Her Guided Hands™ device helps enable anyone with limited fine motor skills to write, paint, draw and access technology (www.imaginablesolutions.com). Dr Niehaus then wel…
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In the 44th episode of RehabCast we welcome new host Dr. Bill Niehaus. Dr. Niehaus takes over from Dr. Ford Vox who joins us to make the official handoff. Dr. Niehaus' first interview is with William Kokay, BSW about his paper "Mixed Study Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Sexuality and Sexual Rehabilitation in LGBTQI+ Adults Living With Chron…
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In the 43rd episode of RehabCast we feature Sara Suikkanen of the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland on a creative intervention for home based therapies to fight frailty in older adults, and Brad Dicianno of the University of Pittsburgh on what assistive technology professionals bring to the table. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabili…
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In the 42nd episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast we talk with Loren Davidson of UC Davis about her work on a pediatric tele-rehab program, and then we drop in with Hiral Master on the link between ambulation and outcomes after lumbar spine surgery. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occ…
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The 41st episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast introduces you to the winner of the 2021 ACRM Launchpad competition, Braze Mobility’s Pooja Viswanathan. We take a close look at her technology making it easier & safer for wheelchair users who don’t have eyes in the back of their heads to navigate all sorts of spaces. Then we take a…
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The 40th Episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast features Tiago Jesus and Christina Papadimitriou on the growth of the person centered rehabilitation model in practice - it’s about putting the person, not the patient, at the center of what we do, and doing it collaboratively. The episode also features Elizabeth Pasipanodya of the S…
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In the 39th Episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast, we sit down with Dr. Jeannette Lee who is Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy at San Francisco State University to discuss her study of a new technology to manage breast cancer related lymphedema. Learn about the promise and caveats of negative pressure massage for this t…
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In the 38th episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast, we’re looking at the opioid epidemic through the lens of the spinal cord injury population with Dr. Maria DeBarge Dipiro of the Medical University of South Carolina. Then we'll talk with Dr. Mark Hirsch of Carolinas Rehabilitation about some of the surprising issues surrounding v…
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Episode 37 of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features a formulation of integrated knowledge translation principles for use in spinal cord injury research, and an effort to succinctly explain aphasia and its primary struggles for the uninitiated. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy, ph…
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Episode 36 of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Irene Battel on her work delving into the challenging problem of Parkinson’s disease related dysphagia. Dr. Battle and colleagues in Ireland and Italy conducted a systematic review of biofeedback interventions for the problem. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: …
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The April 2021 edition of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Linda Ehlich-Jones of the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab who takes a close look at the realistic side of robotic exoskeleton technology as it exists in 2021 in the clinic and in the world, minus the hype. Then we talk with John Whyte, founding director of the Moss Rehabilitation Research …
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The March 2021 edition of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Dick Thijssen and his work towards figuring out how we can accurately estimate cardiovascular risk factors in spinal cord injured persons. It’s challenging to mitigate a risk you can’t even properly estimate. There are a lot of theories out there and now Thijssen and his colleagues…
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The February 2021 edition of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features the ACRM LaunchPad winning rehab engineering project - a virtual occupational therapy tool utilizing object recognition developed by Sam Colachis of Battelle. We talk with same about his winning submission and what else he and the neuro group at Battelle are up to these days. Ne…
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The October 2020 issue of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Mark Sherer of TIRR and Yelena Bodien of Harvard on what you need to know about the new case definition and diagnostic criteria for the post traumatic confusional state. We also spend some time with ACRM President Pamela Roberts on what you can expect in what is now the world’s lar…
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The June 2020 issue of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features journal editors Helen Hoenig and Gerald Koh discussing their view of COVID-19’s impact on rehabilitation medicine, a look at the non-pulmonary presentations of the virus with Marielisa Lopes of UT Southwestern, and Joe Giacino on the disorders of consciousness community’s recommendati…
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The February 2020 edition the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Abhishek Jaywant of Weill Cornell Medicine as we explore the importance of cognitive assessment to stroke rehabilitation. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, neuropsychology…
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The November/December 2019 of the Archives of PM&R’s RehabCast features Ben Harder, the Chief of Health Analysis at U.S. News & World Report, Dr. Alarcos Cieza of the World Health Organization, and Dr. Karen Keptner of Case Western Reserve University. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy…
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The Sept/Oct 2019 edition of the RehabCast from the Archives of PM&R includes Creighton University’s Robert Sandstrom, who in the September issue details the dramatic impacts the passage of the Affordable Care Act has had on the use of outpatient physical therapy, and from the October issue, Dafne Nascimento and her colleagues from Universidade Cid…
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The July and August 2019 episode of RehabCast: The Rehabilitation Medicine Update from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features the latest brain computer interface research from the Ohio State university and efforts to reduce opioid prescriptions in acute rehab from Johns Hopkins. Tune in! #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all…
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May & July episode featuring interviews with Kath Bogie and Jonathan Bean. Dr. Bogie discusses her imaging-based approach to figuring out who’s most at risk of pressure sounds. The population is aging, and it’s time for geriatricians and the rehab medicine field to team up to tackle the demand, says Dr. Bean. Tune in! #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast…
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he April 2019 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation focuses tDCS for motor impairments in pediatric rehabilitation with Dr. Ghazala Saleem of the Kennedy Krieger Institute. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, neu…
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The March 2019 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation focuses on a trial of movement to music versus adapted yoga for Multiple Sclerosis with James Rimmer of UAB and the Lakeshore Foundation. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech langu…
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The February 2019 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation features Dr. Samantha Backhaus’s work developing a novel intervention for couples where one partner has a brain injury. The work led to a randomized trial, the first of its kind for a form of couples therapy targeting acquired brain injury, and is published in the …
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The January 2019 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation highlights the first comprehensive 10 year review of rehabilitation related mobile health applications, which helps chart where mRehab should go next. We talk with Brad Dicianno of the University of Pittsburgh, who is Medical Director and COO of the Human Engineerin…
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The December 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation highlights two important orthopedic rehabilitation investigations. From Sweden’s Karolinska Institute, Åsa Dedering discusses her recent work on comparing neck specific training versus prescribed physical activity for cervical radiculopathy. From the University of …
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The November 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation takes a look at the new open-access journal Archives of Rehabilitation Research & Clinical Translation with inaugural editor-in-chief Jeffrey Basford of the Mayo Clinic, as well as an exploration into the physiology behind trigger point release with Albert Moraska …
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The September 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation takes a look at the Nociception Coma Scale-Revised, one of the tools available to help clinicians assess potential pain responsiveness in their DoC patients, as well as the news headlines coming out of the University of Louisville on epidural stimulation for spina…
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The August 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation delves into the newly released guidelines on the care of persons in Disorders of Consciousness, as well as news briefs on trauma season, an “escape” from Mayo Clinic, TBI & suicide, and ITB for post stroke spasticity. RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabili…
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The July 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features David Howell of the University of Colorado School of Medicine on his recent work in developing more sensitive and clinically meaningful concussion assessments. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy…
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The June 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features news updates including bionic limbs based on agonist-antagonist myoneural interfaces, Apple's HealthKit, and a close look at the behind the scenes in developing the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services's inpatient rehabilitation facility readmission qual…
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The May 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation features Dr. Thomas Burns of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta discussing his group’s latest study on the intersection of youth sports concussion and sleep symptoms, along with news briefs including an NEJM essay on the “best medical care in the world,” the American Hear…
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The April 2018 #RehabCast from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation features Nicola Maffiuletti from Schulthess Clinic, Zurich, on translating the sea of studies on neuromuscular electrical stimulation – NMES - into practical advice for clinical practice. RehabCast is the physiatry podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine, includi…
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The March 2018 #RehabCast features Frazier Rehab Institute’s Alexander Ovechkin talking about respiratory training in chronic SCI, and a slate of news briefs including the Banyan Brain Trauma Indicator, rising access to endovascular thrombectomy for stroke, and the growing battle over standing desks. #RehabCast is the official podcast of the Archiv…
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The February 2018 RehabCast features Dr. Felicia Skelton talking about her work on antibiotic stewardship in SCI, and news briefs including MoCA’s new fame as President Trump scores a #winning 30/30, the Dutch are falling better, today’s longer adolescence, and we welcome the JISPRM into the fold of rehabilitation journals. #RehabCast is the offici…
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Wheelchair skills get a web-based boost: we talk with the University of Pittsburgh’s Lynn Worobey, the bright and dark sides of a Huntington’s Disease advance including an interview with Ed Wild, China’s growing medical contributions probably warrant their own podcast - we highlight the news on Gingko post-stroke, and a novel nerve transfer techniq…
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The December 2017 #RehabCast features Doug Gross from the University of Alberta on motivational interviewing in worker’s compensation rehabilitation, sounds from ACRM 2017 in Atlanta, a CTE news update, and news about the therapeutic potential of Xenon. RehabCast is the official podcast of the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.…
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November 2017 episode discussing the Las Vegas shooting, rehabilitation traumatology, Stronger - the rehab-focused Boston Marathon bombing film, and how firearm TBI survivors differ with Dr. Hilary Bertisch of Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Health. RehabCast is part of the national conversation in PM&R and Rehabilitation Medicine, brought to yo…
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October 2017 episode featuring rehab in a time of natural disaster, the mainstreaming of psychedelic medicine, amantadine for agitation, and investigating attention techniques in robotic stroke rehab with Dr. Grace Kim of NYU. Tune in for the latest in PM&R and Rehabilitation Medicine from the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.…
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RIP Dr. Todd Graham, resistance exercise to improve sleep, TBI as a cause of stroke, and Irish Set Dancing as a therapeutic intervention for Parkinson’s disease with Dr. Joanne Shanahan of the University of Limerick. RehabCast is the official podcast of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and the Archives of PM&R.…
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The August 2017 edition features the Yoga vs PT rumble, Stanley Paris’s $3 Million donation to Physical Therapy research, a regulatory odyssey hurting SCI care with Matthew Davis of TIRR Memorial Hermann, and practice-changing evidence for lumbar spinal stenosis care with Janna Friedly of the University of Washington. RehabCast is the official podc…
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The July 2017 episode of RehabCast features Allan Kozlowski from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital talking about the first trial of a powered exoskeleton in MS, William Niehaus from the University of Colorado talking about Denver’s new charity rehabilitation clinic - the Rehabilitation Services Volunteer Project, as well as a conversation about…
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Physicians can finally expect to find a Physiatry category on Medscape and inclusion in the site’s professional reports thanks to the efforts of PM&R docs on social media. Investigative journalist Cathryn Ramin has written a back pain page turner. Learn why this new book intended for the general public is well worth your time as a specialist too. A…
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Digging into the new Shirley Ryan Ability Lab with its chief scientific officer Dr. Richard Lieber. Proposed NIH budget cuts. Rehab Robotics 2017. E-stim during hemodialysis. Taking a needle to tendon contractures with Isabelle Laffont, Flavia Coroian and Bertand Coulet of France’s University Hospital of Montpellier.…
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