June 2017 - Volume 96 - Issue 6

  • Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD
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March 2017 - Volume 96 - Supplement 1 3
Published March 2017
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Dear AJPM&R readers,  

One of the oldest forms of rehabilitation is exercise training.  Exercise, in various forms, continues to be an effective and safe intervention in many patients with different types of impairments, activity limitation, and participation restrictions.  This issue of the AJPM&R includes four manuscripts evaluating acute changes associated with exercise as well as benefits of of exercise training in various patient populations.  Of particular interest is the addition of technology to enhance the effect of exercise.  ​

Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief

Current Issue Highlights



Reciprocal Causation Between Functional Independence and Mental Health 1 and 2 Years After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Cross-Lagged Panel Structural Equation Model

Perrin, Paul B.; Stevens, Lillian F.; Sutter, Megan; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 96(6):374-380, June 2017.







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