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ACRM Honors Dr. Mark Nash with John Stanley Coulter Award


  Congratulations to ERI faculty member Mark S. Nash, PhD, FACSM on receiving the 2018 John Stanley Coulter Award at the 95th American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Conference in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Nash is an expert in the field … Continue reading

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Physical Therapy Role in Chronic Disease Management


From APTA: The major chronic diseases of our time have direct links to movement and physical activity—which means that physical therapists (PTs) and physical therapist assistants (PTAs) have an important opportunity to make an impact on what are literally matters … Continue reading

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Whats on the horizon for stroke rehab?


Researchers at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center may have found a way to help prep a stroke victim’s brain prior to physical therapy to aid a more complete recovery. A non-invasive transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS,  prepares a stroke patient’s brain … Continue reading

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