Rehabilitation at The OSU Wexner Medical Center has been ranked among America's Best Hospitals in Rehabilitation for 19 consecutive years by US News & World Report. Ohio State University Medical Center is included on Hospitals & Health Networks magazine's list of 100 Most Wired Hospitals. We are "creating the future of health care to improve people's lives." Faculty within the department are actively involved in clinical and basic science research in the areas of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, bone & mineral metabolism, as well as electrodiagnostic medicine.
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Rehabilitation Psychology Division: 614-293-3830
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The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology is a major contributor to the success of the department. These faculty are active in neuropsychology and problems of behavior following brain injury, as well as consultation and counseling.
This division provides consultation, assessment and treatment on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. Our areas of specialization include: neuropsychology, acquired brain injury, chronic pain, stress-related disorders and adjustment to disability. The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology has been in the forefront of research and program development nationally in several specialized areas of rehabilitation:
· Adjustment to disability
· Assessment and treatment following traumatic brain injury
· Neuropsychological assessment, cognitive remediation and psychological counseling following all types of neurological impairment in adults.
The residency program in PM&R provides abundant clinical experience and research opportunities. Inpatient rehabilitative care involves brain injury, spinal cord injury, pediatric rehabilitation, stroke, orthopedics, general neuromuscular diseases as well as cancer and organ transplantation. Ambulatory experiences include general and specialty physical medicine & electrodiagnostic medicine.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM):
Our department also supports a fellowship program in Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Please click on: http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/ to view information about Children’s Hospital - Specialty "Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation".
The Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation http://www.ohiovalley.org conducts research, provides education and develops programs to improve the quality of life of persons who experience traumatic brain injury. The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Network http://www.tbinetwork.org assists adults who have incurred a traumatic brain injury and also have a substance use disorder to attain a healthy, productive and satisfying lifestyle.