Oct 10, 2014 · Leave a Reply

Sharing Rehabilitation Knowledge & Leadership in Toronto

By dehansen @dhansen

Mayo Clinic Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physicians are sharing their knowledge at the largest interdisciplinary conference in the world for rehabilitation research.
The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine is holding it's 91st annual gathering in Toronto, Canada this week.
Mayo is leading five symposiums at ACRM.

Ronald Reeves, M.D. Mayo Clinic PM&R

Ronald Reeves, M.D.
Mayo Clinic PM&R

The first was Wednesday afternoon when Ronald K. Reeves, M.D., headed up an Advanced Symposium on Teaching the International Standards for Neurological Classification of SCI.
The course was aimed at improving examination skills and helping attendees determine the level, severity and completeness of injury for even the most atypical SCI cases.

On Thursday, Mayo PM&R Department Chair Carmen Terzic, M.D., PH.D. was joined by Christopher Evans, M.D., PH.D., Wenchun Qu, M.D., PH.D., and Nathan LeBrasseur, M.S., PH.D. as they participated in a session on Regenerative Medicine of Musculoskeletal Tissue: Bone, Cartilage, Disc & Muscle.

ACRM 2014 continues through Saturday, October 11.  If you're at ACRM, stop by and visit us at booth 2340 and be sure to follow our updates on Twitter @MayoClinicPMR.

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