Dr. Derek Cooney, director of emergency medical services and disaster medicine at Upstate, is joined by orthopedic surgeon Dr. William Lavelle, to present another edition of ‘What’s Your Emergency?’ addressing neck and back injuries – potential causes and conditions, symptoms, and when to seek emergency care.
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Psychiatrist Brian Johnson talks about failed back surgery syndrome, a very generalized term that is often used to describe the condition of patients who have not had a successful result with back surgery or spine surgery and have experienced continued pain after surgery. Dr. Johnson is currently recruiting patients for a new research study for patients who meet this criteria. For more information or to participate in the study, call 315-464-3130 or email email@example.com.
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Adults who have had a stroke and are experiencing a condition commonly referred to as foot drop may be eligible to participate in the Upstate Medical University INSTRIDE Stroke study that compares the use of a functional electrical stimulation (FES) device with an ankle-foot orthosis, considered the standard of care for foot drop. Margaret A. Turk, MD, professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, is leading Upstate’s participation, and will explain the study and how you can participate.
The INSTRIDE Stroke study is sponsored by Innovative Neurotronics Inc. For more information about the study, contact Lynne Romeiser Logan, PT, PhD, at Upstate Medical University at firstname.lastname@example.org. Physicians who wish to refer a patient may have the patient call the study screening line at 877-318-7615 for inclusion into the trial. Read more about the study in UpstateOnline.
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Dale Avers, DPT, PhD, director of Upstate’s post-professional doctoral program for physical therapists, discusses the current trends in physical therapy education. All physical therapy training programs have converted to doctoral programs, and as more physical therapists increase their education, more patients address their PTs as doctor.
Learn more about the two physical therapy doctoral programs offered at Upstate’s College of Health Professions:
PROFESSIONAL (DPT) for those entering the field. POST PROFESSIONAL (T-DPT) for licensed PTs.
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Upstate orthopedic surgeon Robert Sherman will address the soaring number of complaints about hip replacement surgeries, the related product recalls….and what you need to know if you’re considering a hip replacement.