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Mayo Clinic Physician Update e-Edition
July 2014
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Christopher H. Evans, Ph.D.: Update on the Rehabilitation Medicine Research Center
Patient Care

Expanded Sports Medicine Center in Rochester serves wide variety of sports performance and fitness needs

Mayo Clinic recently opened an expanded sports medicine facility that houses performance solution programs, including hockey, golf, running, baseball and softball, anterior cruciate ligament injury prevention, return-to-sport, and EXOS training.


Central nervous system microenvironment research may lead to therapeutic interventions promoting repair and regeneration
Recent discoveries about environmental damage that occurs within the central nervous system have the potential to spawn new therapies for spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis and other neurological conditions.

See all Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinical Trials at Mayo Clinic

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Geriatrics and orthopedics residencies for physical therapists

These yearlong post-professional clinical and didactic education training programs are designed to advance a physical therapist's preparation as a provider of patient care services.

Impairment Without Disability 7th Annual Conference

Oct. 2-3, 2014, in Duluth, Minn.
Mayo Clinic and Essentia Health gather a world-class lineup of experts to continue the collaboration of employers and medicine to take care of the injured and ill workforce.

24th Annual Mayo Clinic Symposium on Sports Medicine

Nov. 7-8, 2014, in Rochester, Minn.
This program provides an integrated approach to the injured athlete and includes case presentations, lectures and video demonstrations. Health care professionals with an interest in sports medicine and athletic trainers will find this program appropriate.

See all Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Continuous Professional Development courses

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In the Video Center

Minimally invasive treatment for avascular necrosis of the femoral head yields promising outcomes
Mayo Clinic researchers recently began studying the use of concentrated autologous bone marrow and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) as adjuvants to minimally invasive decompression to treat patients with early-stage avascular necrosis.

Visit the Medical Professional Video Center to view specialty and Grand Rounds presentations

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