Associate Professor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Neurology - Ken and Ruth Davee Department
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Room 1154
345 E Superior
Chicago IL 60611
Description of InterestsMy areas of clinical interest are in the rehabilitation care of adults with neurologic disorders. This has more specifically included adults who have cerebral palsy, those with movement disorders such... read moreMy areas of clinical interest are in the rehabilitation care of adults with neurologic disorders. This has more specifically included adults who have cerebral palsy, those with movement disorders such as Parkinson disease, and individuals who have sustained spinal cord injuries or strokes. Research efforts have focused in these areas as well, and in particular with spasticity management to improve function in a variety of upper motor neuron disorders.
InterestsBotulinum toxin; Cerebral Palsy; EMG; Head Trauma; Movement Disorders; Multiple Sclerosis; Parkinson’s disease; Post-Polio Syndrome; Spasticity; Spasticity management; Spinal Cord Injury; Stroke
EducationMD: University of Illinois - Chicago (1981)
Residency: Northwestern McGaw/Northwestern Memorial Hospital (1985)
Residency: Michael Reese Medical Center (1982)
Board Certification: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury Medicine
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