Skip To Main Content University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
  Department of Rehabilitation Medicine 
  maximizing potential across the lifespan

You searched for:

All Records

Your search returned 659 results.

Back  <<   3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14

Showing result(s) 651 to 659 (page 14 of 14)

  1. Krabak BJ, Sugar R, McFarland EG.  2003. "Practical nonoperative management of rotator cuff injuries." Clinical journal of sport medicine: official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine.
  2. Odderson IR.  2003. "Treatment of hyperhidrosis and drooling with botulinum exotoxin." Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America.
  3. Odderson IR.  2002. "Long term quantitative benefits of botulinum toxin type A in the treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis." Dermatologic Surgery.
  4. Krabak BJ, Laskowski ER, Smith J, Stuart MJ, Wong GY.  2001. "Neurophysiologic influences on hamstring flexibility: a pilot study." Clinical journal of sport medicine: official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine.
  5.   . "" .
  6.   . "" .
  7. Bouldin ED, Thompson ML, Boyko EJ, Morgenroth DC, Littman AJ.  . "Weight Change Trajectories Following Incident Lower Limb Amputation." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
  8. Czerniecki JM, Morgenroth DC.  . "Metabolic energy expenditure of ambulation in lower extremity amputees: what have we learned and what are the next steps?." Disability and Rehabilitation.
  9. Eddy L, Khastou L, Cook KF, Amtmann D.  . "Item selection in self-report measures for children and adolescents with disabilities: lessons from cognitive interviews." J Pediatr Nurs.

Back  <<   3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14

Showing result(s) 651 to 659 (page 14 of 14)

You may bookmark this permanent link to save this search for later use or to hyperlink from another location.

Featured Research Articles

Multiple Sclerosis

View the latest research articles on Multiple Sclerosis written by faculty from the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Volunteer to Participate in our Research Studies

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is looking for volunteers to participate in research studies on Multiple Sclerosis & Pain Management, and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Level A conformance icon, 
          W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
Copyright © 2000-2017 University of Washington