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Military Healthcare West: Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

Enhancing and Innovating Care for a New Generation of Wounded Warriors

9 12 December 2013

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17 speakers

  • Dr. Alice B. Aiken, Director, Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research
  • Andrea l. Behrman, PhD, PT FAPTA, Director, Peadiatric NeuroRecovery Program Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center
  • CDR Steve Hanling, Navy Pain Managment Specialty Leader, Naval Medical Center, San Diego
  • Eric Harness, Co-Founder/Director of Research and Development, Project Walk Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center
  • Jacqueline Warmuth, Vice President of Clinical Development, Sitrin Health Care Center
  • Scott Hornbeak, MBA, CPO, FAAOP, Program Director, CSUDH O&P Program VA/CSUDH Center for Orthotics and Prosthetics
  • Dr. Rael Lange, Senior Scientist/Resarch Director, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
  • COL. Edward P. Hovarth, Medical Corps, US Army Reserve
  • Tristan Wyatt, Chief of Prosthetics, San Diego VA Medical Center
  • Pawan Galhotra, Polytrauma Director, Palo Alto Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center
  • Michael Poklenski, PTA, ATC, Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care, Naval Medical Center San Diego
  • Albert Chi, Physician, DARPA Prosthetics Program
  • Susan Harkema, Ph.D., Rehabilitation Research Director, Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center
  • LCDR Trevor Petrou, Physical Therapist, US Navy
  • Paul F. Pasquina, M.D. U.. Army Medical Corps (Retired), Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • D. Michele Basso, Ph.D, PT, Professor and Director of Research, Ohio State University
  • James Knox, BSW, RSW, Family Liaison Officer, Calgary Military Family Resouce Centre

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  • Chris Hester

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