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Our patient targeted articles provide treatment and long-term care information on many of the most common medical conditions and illnesses we treat. We make this information available so that our patients and their families can benefit from the highest quality of service possible, and from the latest technologies and research.

To learn more, please read our patient care articles on the following medical conditions:

Disease/Condition Overview Articles

For a complete list of medical conditions treated by physicians and specialists from the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, please click on the link below:

Traumatic Brain Injury Articles

Spinal Cord Injury Articles

Featured Patient Care Article

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) & Bladder Management

After Spinal Cord Injury, the bladder, along with the rest of the body, undergoes dramatic changes. Since messages between the bladder and the brain cannot travel up and down the spinal cord, the voiding pattern described above is not possible.

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Featured Patient Story

Stacy Rosevear

Stacy RosevearFollowing a massive stroke at age 27, Stacy Rosevear found herself paralyzed. A ventilator helped her breathe and she was fed through a tube. She was scared, but thankfully not alone.
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