2018 AAPM&R: Success Through Innovation

Each year, The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) holds an annual assembly for those in the Physiatry specialty to gather in one location to learn, explore, and network. "Success through innovation" was this year's AAPM&R theme. Physiatrists and their team learned about the latest cutting-edge practice and research to advance the field.

Representing the University of Minnesota PM&R residency program at AAPM&R were resident Drs. Anthony Cavalli, Florence John, Deborah Hudleston, Sima Patel, and Alicia Phillips. See below for the poster presented at AAPM&R: 

Dr. Florence John: Lance-Adams Syndrome, A Rare Sequela of Hypoxic Encephalopathy: A Case Report. 
Dr. Sima Patel: Feet on Fire: Erythromelalgia in a Lung Cancer Patient on Chemotherapy: A Case Report.
Dr. Deborah Hudleston: Mirror Pain Synesthesia in the Setting of Peripheral Diabetic Neuropathy: A Case Report

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