Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago 11th Floor
345 E Superior
Chicago IL 60611
Description of InterestsParkinson's research: neuroprotective benefits of exercise, effect of pain and sleep disorders on physical activity, innovative technology/ smart devices in tracking mobility; motor learning. General... read moreParkinson's research: neuroprotective benefits of exercise, effect of pain and sleep disorders on physical activity, innovative technology/ smart devices in tracking mobility; motor learning. General rehabilitation research: aging with disabilities; primary care for people with disabilities; outcomes from joint arthroplasty and treatments for arthritis.
InterestsArthritis Disorders; Geriatrics; Movement Disorders; Neuroscience; Orthopaedic Rehabilitation; Parkinson's Disease
EducationMD: State University of the Philipines (1985)
Fellowship: Univ. of CA-Los Angeles Med. Ctr. (1994)
Residency: Veterans Affairs Medical Center, West Los Angeles, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (1995)
Residency: Temple University Hospital, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (1999)
Board Certification: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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