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Physical Medicine & Rehab.  Scholarly Activity

Jesse Stokke DO, Samuel Martin DO.  “Telerehabilitation in acquired brain injury”. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics, 2021, May; 32(2), 223-238. Link to abstract.
Andrew Hills DO, Nandita Keole MD. “Providers’ views on telemedicine within the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation services during the COVID-19 pandemic”. AAP Annual Assembly. February 9-13, 2021.


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