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What Is Neuroplasticity?

What Is Neuroplasticity?

Here at ACRM, we have a wide range of interdisciplinary interest groups, including one on neuroplasticity. In today’s blog post, we’re sharing a general overview on neuroplasticity, or the ability of neural networks in the brain to change or grow through...
Rehabilitation Techniques For Children With Cerebral Palsy

Rehabilitation Techniques For Children With Cerebral Palsy

One of the ACRM networking groups is the Pediatric Rehabilitation Networking Group, and its mission is to facilitate meaningful interdisciplinary work that enhances the lives of children and adolescents with functional limitations, such as those with cerebral palsy....
Importance Of Continuing Medical Education Credits

Importance Of Continuing Medical Education Credits

Continuing medical education credits are a vital part of keeping up with the latest research and techniques in the field of rehabilitation medicine. They can take many forms, from seminars to one-time classes to online courses and even entire degree programs, and we...
Ways To Support Physicians During COVID-19

Ways To Support Physicians During COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, physicians have faced large emotional stressors, including grief, fear of contracting the virus, and anger over the failures of our healthcare system. As the pandemic continues, it’s important for physicians to be supported, both...
How The Brain Responds To Music

How The Brain Responds To Music

Music surrounds us. From the lullabies mothers sing to their babies to your favorite sitcom’s backing track to the pump up music played before a basketball game, music is universally beloved. We’ve been making music since the beginning of culture, and the human brain...
Stages Of Rehabilitation After Limb Loss

Stages Of Rehabilitation After Limb Loss

As with any rehabilitation process, the stages of rehabilitation after limb loss can be a long and arduous process. The loss of a lower limb has a severe impact on a person’s mobility, and affects many aspects of daily living. The goal of rehabilitation medicine...
Exercise And Concussion Management

Exercise And Concussion Management

Here at ACRM, one of our networking groups is the Athlete Development & Sports Rehabilitation group. It was formed in 2018, and members include physicians, psychologists, athletic trainers, speech pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists,...
Guide to Helping New Patients With Rehabilitation, Part 1

Guide to Helping New Patients With Rehabilitation, Part 1

Rehabilitation is a six-syllable word that not many people say. It’s shortened to “rehab.” Still, many people who have never undergone rehab are unsure what exactly rehab entails, and they can be anxious or frightened by it. ACRM, or American...
Exhibitor Resource

Exhibitor Resource

Exhibitor Resources THANK YOU for your interest to become an exhibitor or sponsor for the 2019 ACRM Annual Conference. We appreciate your commitment and strive to make your experience as stress-free, productive, and enjoyable as possible. This page is designed to...
Join ACRM For the 2020 Spring Meeting

Join ACRM For the 2020 Spring Meeting

The ACRM team is always looking for opportunities to help researchers and medical professionals connect with the purpose of sharing knowledge in order to better improve patients’ lives. Along with our annual conferences, ACRM is also throwing a Spring 2020 meeting,...

ACRM Conference Award Winners 2019

In today’s blog post, we are celebrating the 2019 ACRM Conference Award Winners in anticipation of the 2019 ACRM Annual Conference which will be held from Sunday November 3rd to Friday November 8th in Chicago. We hope that you are already planning on attending, and if...
Healing After Brain Injury: What Rehabilitation Research Indicates

Healing After Brain Injury: What Rehabilitation Research Indicates

Recovery from any injury is difficult — but recovery from a brain injury can be long, arduous, and never complete. We don’t say this to be pessimistic or downplay the role of rehabilitation research; we say this to emphasize the role of rehabilitation research! As a...
Why You Should Join The Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group

Why You Should Join The Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group

When you’re interested in rehabilitation medicine, there’s a long way to go before you can truly become an expert in your field. To help you get there, the Pain Rehabilitation Networking Group at ACRM can be your resource. Here at the American Congress of...
Geriatric Rehabilitation: June Is National Safety Month

Geriatric Rehabilitation: June Is National Safety Month

Geriatric rehabilitation is a difficult yet rewarding aspect of rehabilitation research. Whether you’re pursuing rehabilitation research in this subject matter as part of medical networking continuing ed, or simply to better understand and help your aging family...