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Therapists skilled in seating and mobility technology will evaluate clients to determine the most appropriate equipment to achieve the goals of functional independence, comfort, positioning and pressure distribution. The seating and mobility clinic...
Single-port robotic surgery using the da Vinci® Surgical System With just one incision that is less than one inch in length, surgeons at the George Washington University Hospital perform highly advanced laparoscopic and robotic single-port...
The skull base is the bottom portion of the skull. This area is extremely delicate because every nerve that connects the brain with the rest of the body must move through this area. In addition, this is where the large blood vessels that supply...
While increased demands at work and home certainly play a factor in our sleeplessness, many people experience sleep deprivation because of a chronic, and often undiagnosed, sleep disorder. In fact, at least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic...
Snoring is not generally a serious condition but it can significantly impact relationships and families. When snoring is combined with other symptoms, such as daytime fatigue, morning headaches, frequent trips to the bathroom during the night and...
The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at GW Hospital offers a variety of specialized physical therapy programs. To contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, please call 202-715-5655. Sports Medicine Therapists help patients with sports related...
The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at the George Washington University Hospital offers a comprehensive program of evaluation and treatment for individuals who have developed speech, language, swallowing or cognitive deficits following an injury or...
  Neurosurgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, pain management physicians and rehabilitation specialists are committed to helping you make an informed decision on a spinal treatment plan that is right for you. Anthony J. Caputy, MD Chairman, Department of...
Spinal tumors may be cancerous (malignant) or noncancerous (benign). The treatment of benign tumors depends on patient symptoms such as pain or lack of mobility, and may be treated with a watch-and-wait approach, various medications, radiation or...
    The spine, or backbone, is an intricate structure of bones, joints, ligaments and muscles. The most basic activities, like standing and bending, to more serious complications such as spinal disease, can change the structure of the spine or...

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