Subjects Included Leg Pain in Stroke Patients & Destroyed Muscle Cells
Washington, D.C., – Oct. 26, 2016 — MedStar NRH Network Medical Residents and Physicians made a very strong showing at the 2016 American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference (AAPM&R) Annual Assembly which took place recently in New Orleans. Sports medicine, neurorehabilitation and orthopaedics were major highlights of the poster presentations.
Staff physicians presented in seminars at this year’s conference on a wide array of topics including: Sports medicine; brain injury; back and neck pain; manual manipulation; pediatric rehabilitation; cancer rehabilitation; and neurological conditions.
MedStar NRH annually has a major presence at each year’s assembly and this year was no exception.
Some of the posters presented by MedStar NRH Medical Residents included:
- “An Unusual Cause of Leg Pain in a Stroke Patient: A Case Report” – James Liadis, MD
- “Acute Diffuse Tendinopathy Causing Systemic Weakness and Pain Secondary to Ciprofloxacin Use: A Case Report” – Emma Nally, MD; Luis Guerrero, MD; Robert Bunning, MD
- “Hemiballismus as the Presenting Symptom of Polycythermia Vera: A Case Report” – Emma Nally, MD
- “A Clinical Diagnosis of Athletic Pubalgia: A Case Report” – Michael Auriemma, MD; Luis Guerrero, MD; Bryan Murtaugh, MD
- “Statin-Induced Rhabdomyolysis Triggered by Concomitant Colchicine Administration: A Case Report” – Michael Auriemma, MD; Robert Bunning, MD
Panel seminars featuring MedStar NRH Medical Staff physicians included:
- “Training is Over, Now What? Practical Management Pearls for the Trainee in Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine” – Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO
- “Basics of Manual Manipulation in Physiatry: Part I – Lumbosacral, Pelvis, and Lower Extremity” – Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO; Kristin Garlanger, DO
- “ITB Pump Management Pearls for Patients with Spasticity, Dystonia and Related Motor Disorders” – Michael Yochelson, MD
- “The Team, the Physiatrist, and Patient Outcomes: An Iterative Problem-Solving Approach to Improve Team Effectiveness” – Brendan Conroy, MD
- “Basics of Manual Manipulation in Physiatry: Part II – Neck, Shoulder, and Upper Extremity” – Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO
- “Manual Manipulation on the Sidelines: Getting your Athletes Back in the Game” – Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO
- “Best Pediatric Rehabilitation Research Poster Presentations” – Justin Burton, MD
- “Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) for Post-Mastectomy/Reconstruction Pain Syndrome” – Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO
- “Unique Procedures in Cancer Rehabilitation” – Eric Wisotzky, MD
- “Cancer Rehabilitation Summit: Integration Into Practice” – Eric Wisotzky, MD
- “Best Neurological Rehabilitation Research Podium Presentations” – Richard Zorowitz, MD
For information on the MedStar NRH Residency & Medical Education program go to: MedStarNRH.org
About MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
The MedStar National Rehabilitation Network is a regional system of rehabilitation care that offers inpatient, day treatment and outpatient services in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Northern Virginia and Delaware.
The Network’s interdisciplinary team of rehabilitation experts provides comprehensive services to help people recover as fully as possible following illness and injury. Rehabilitation medicine specialists, psychologists, physical and occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists work hand-in-hand with other rehab professionals to design treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs. Rehabilitation plans feature a team approach and include the use of state-of-the-art technology and advanced medical treatment based on the latest rehabilitation research.
The Network provides comprehensive programs specifically designed to aid in the rehabilitation of adults and children recovering from neurologic and orthopaedic conditions such as amputation, arthritis, back and neck pain, brain injury, cancer, cardiac conditions, concussion, fibromyalgia, foot and ankle disorders, hand and upper extremity problems, MS, Parkinson’s, post-polio syndrome, stroke, spinal cord injury and disease, and sports and work-related injuries.
Inpatient and day treatment programs are provided at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital located in Northwest Washington, D.C., and at more than 50 outpatient sites conveniently located throughout D.C., Baltimore, and all of Maryland, Northern Virginia, & Delaware. MedStar National Rehabilitation Network is fully accredited by The Joint Commission, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), with CARF accredited specialty programs for Amputations, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke.
For more on MedStar National Rehabilitation Network and to find a location near you, log on to MedStarNRH.org