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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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The Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation publishes original, peer-reviewed research and clinical reports on important trends and developments in physical medicine and rehabilitation and related fields. This international journal brings researchers and clinicians authoritative information on the therapeutic utilization of physicalbehavioral and pharmaceutical agents in providing comprehensive care for individuals with chronic illness and disabilities. Archives began publication in 1920, publishes monthly, and is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.


ACRM | American Congress Of Rehabilitation Medicine serves people with disabling conditions by promoting rehabilitation research and facilitating information dissemination and the transfer of technology. We value rehabilitation research that promotes health, independence, productivity, and quality of life for people with disabling conditions. We are committed to research that is relevant to consumers, educates providers to deliver best practices, and supports advocacy efforts that ensure adequate public funding for our research endeavors.



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In the 39th Episode of the Archives of Physical Medicine’s RehabCast, we sit down with Dr. Jeannette Lee who is Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy at San Francisco State University to discuss her study of a new technology to manage breast cancer related lymphedema. Learn about the promise and caveats of negative pressure massage for this tough clinical problem. Then we’ll talk with Justin Chee of the University of Toronto about his study of studies on multiple sclerosis gait parameters. #RehabCast is the PM&R podcast for all of rehabilitation medicine: physiatry, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, neuropsychology, rehabilitation nursing and more.

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