David Chesnutt, MD, of the UNC Department of Ophthalmology will be our guest lecturer for PM&R Grand Rounds at 8:00 AM Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 in G10 Bondurant. Lecture Title: “Acquired Eye Misalignments: Double Vision and the Surgical and Medical Approaches Used to Treat These Patients”
You are invited to our next Grand Rounds lecture: 8:00 AM Friday, June 3 Speaker: Elizabeth Gersuk, DOTitle: Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine: A Therapeutic ModalityPlace: 2035 Bondurant
Philip Austin is recovering from a stroke that rendered the left part of his body partially paralyzed. But most patients coming through the PM&R Outpatient Clinic would never know it. Philip Austin, a stroke rehabilitation patient at UNC PM&R, gives back as a volunteer … and that’s why we let him wear his Duke cap. … Continued
As part of a partnership between UNC and Rex, Tanya Zinner, MD, and Paul Thananopavarn, MD, provide patient evaluation, monitoring, and follow-up in Wake County. Thanks to home-like features, patients feel comfortable while at the same time they receive an array of rehabilitation services. Dr. Zinner (second from right) and the rehabilitation team in Raleigh … Continued
John Allen Atkins John Allen Atkins, age 12, has been busy walking around his neighborhood. “I’m talking to people, and leaving fliers at homes and businesses,” he says. Two weeks before TelAbility’s 3rd Annual Run Walk & Roll, his team had already raised close to $1,000 in donations, and expected more donations to follow. The … Continued
On Sunday, June 13, 2010, surrounded by family, Patricia Gregory, MD, passed away at UNC Hospitals. She was an assistant professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is survived by her beloved husband, Ray Lynch and three loving children: Alexandra, Gabriel and Elizabeth; father, Lt. Col. … Continued
“There’s No Place Like Home” Project helps to modify the homes of our patients who recently had a spinal cord injury. The funds were generously donated in honor of Mr. H. Edwin Stiffler. For more information, please contact the department at 919-966-5165.