Stories From The Field: Difficult Days and Sleepless Nights 

From the beginning, our mission has been to provide high-quality patient care, education, and research in rehabilitation. This does not change in the midst of a pandemic. Each individual is making an impact, whether they are working from home, taking care of family, or out on the front line battling the coronavirus.

PM&R Chief Resident, Dr. Amanda Day, shared her story with the Foundation For Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation about her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Day talks about the hardships and anxieties during these unprecedented times but how she chooses to focus on the positives. 

 

Dr. Day's Story

 

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