International Journal of

PhysiatryISSN: 2572-4215

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Robert L Barkin

Professor Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Family Medicine, Rush Medical College, 600 S Paulina St, Chicago, IL 60612, United States

Dr. Robert L. Barkin is Professor of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, and Family Medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He is also a clinical pharmacologist in a collaborative practice with 5 anesthesiologist physician pain specialists at the NorthShore University Health System Department of Anesthesiology Pain Center’s of Skokie and Evanston Hospitals in Illinois. Dr. Barkin’s extensive practice is both outpatient and in-patient lfor all pain syndromes. Dr. Barkin designs patient specific pharmacotherpeutic treatment plans. Following graduation from St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Dr. Barkin earned a Master of Business Administration degree in Healthcare Administration from DePaul University in


Dr. Robert L. Barkin is Professor of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, and Family Medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He is also a clinical pharmacologist in a collaborative practice with 5 anesthesiologist physician pain specialists at the NorthShore University Health System Department of Anesthesiology Pain Center’s of Skokie and Evanston Hospitals in Illinois. Dr. Barkin’s extensive practice is both outpatient and in-patient lfor all pain syndromes. Dr. Barkin designs patient specific pharmacotherpeutic treatment plans. Following graduation from St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Dr. Barkin earned a Master of Business Administration degree in Healthcare Administration from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. He then earned his Doctor of Clinical Pharmacy degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.



Heakyung Kim

Professor

Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine

Weill Cornell Medical Center

Cornell University, New York

Dr. Heakyung Kim, MD serves as A. David Gurewitsch Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Pediatrics of Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center and Director of Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Kim is board-certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine. She specializes in single event multilevel chemoneurolysis (SEMLC) with botulinum toxin and phenol injections, botulinum toxin injections to salivary glands for drooling management, intrathecal baclofen (ITB) and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. She has given numerous national and international lectures on the topics of spasticity management,


Dr. Heakyung Kim, MD serves as A. David Gurewitsch Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Pediatrics of Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center and Director of Pediatric Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Kim is board-certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine. She specializes in single event multilevel chemoneurolysis (SEMLC) with botulinum toxin and phenol injections, botulinum toxin injections to salivary glands for drooling management, intrathecal baclofen (ITB) and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. She has given numerous national and international lectures on the topics of spasticity management, cerebral palsy, pediatric brain injury and pulmonary rehabilitation in patients with neuromuscular disorders. She has been working internationally to build a 'comprehensive team approach for the children with special needs'. Her international work has been extended to Chile and Mexico in South America, Nepal, China, Korea, Dubai and Italy through lectures and workshops along with patient care. Her research interest focuses on pediatric spasticity and pain in cerebral palsy. Dr. Kim received her medical degree from Ewha Woman's University, College of Medicine in Seoul, Korea. She completed her residency and fellowship in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Yonsei University of Medicine. She completed a research fellowship and the combined residency program in Pediatrics and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Medical School in 1998. Dr. Kim has been recognized as one of 'America's Top Doctor' by Consumers' Research Council of America (2005-2015), 'America's Top Doctor' by US News and New York Magazine (2011-2015) and Super Doctors (2012 & 2105). She has also received recognition for outstanding teaching as the recipient of 'Teacher of the Year' awards from Temple University School of Medicine's Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation in 2001 and 2006 and from New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center/Weill Cornell Medical College in 2015.



Yoshiaki Kikuchi

Professor

Department of Neuroscience

Tokyo Metropolitan University

Japan

Tel: +81-3-3819-7270

Dr. Yoshiaki Kikuchi, D. Med. Sci. & Ph.D. is Professor of Neuroscience, Chairperson of Frontier Health Science, and Professor of Research Center of Language, Brain and Genetics, at Graduate School of Tokyo Metropolitan University. He is recently interested in the neural basis of 'humanity', and he has studied its bodily, mental, emotional and interoceptive aspects. His neuroimaging studies of humanity include many fields: Body Instability (PLoS ONE, 2014, etc.), Imitation (Exp Brain Res, 2013, etc.), Mental Rotation (Neuroimage, 2007, etc.), Maternal Love (Biological Psychiatry, 2008; Scientific American, 2008, Le Monde de l'enfance, 2008, TED, 2013etc.), Happiness, Nostalgia (SCAN, 2015),


Dr. Yoshiaki Kikuchi, D. Med. Sci. & Ph.D. is Professor of Neuroscience, Chairperson of Frontier Health Science, and Professor of Research Center of Language, Brain and Genetics, at Graduate School of Tokyo Metropolitan University. He is recently interested in the neural basis of 'humanity', and he has studied its bodily, mental, emotional and interoceptive aspects. His neuroimaging studies of humanity include many fields: Body Instability (PLoS ONE, 2014, etc.), Imitation (Exp Brain Res, 2013, etc.), Mental Rotation (Neuroimage, 2007, etc.), Maternal Love (Biological Psychiatry, 2008; Scientific American, 2008, Le Monde de l'enfance, 2008, TED, 2013etc.), Happiness, Nostalgia (SCAN, 2015), Self-esteem (PLoS ONE , 2012), an so on. Find out more about his study reports at his ResearchGate.



O.Faruk Sendur

Professor

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

A. Menderes University Medicine School

Turkey

Tel: +90-533-5951670

Dr. O. Faruk Sendur is a professor of Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at A. Menderes University Medicine School. His research interests include Back Pain, Hypermobility, Fibromyalgia, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Posture. He is certified as National Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He is part of International society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, European society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, National Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Dr. Sendur is a committee member of Turkish Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Board certification.


Dr. O. Faruk Sendur is a professor of Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at A. Menderes University Medicine School. His research interests include Back Pain, Hypermobility, Fibromyalgia, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and Posture. He is certified as National Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He is part of International society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, European society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, National Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Dr. Sendur is a committee member of Turkish Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Board certification.



Simon Fuk-Tan Tang

Professor and program Director

Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Chang Gung Memorial Hospital System

Taiwan

Dr. Simon Fuk-Tan Tang, MD,is program director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Chang Gung Memorial HospitalSystem in, Taiwan. For 10 years, he had been the chairman of the department, and a full-time professor at Chang Gung University. A graduate of the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan, Dr. Tang completed his postdoctoral fellowship in restorative neurology and humanneurobiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Dr. Tang has writtenmore than 140 published papers. His research interests are orthoses, gait analysis, motor control, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. Dr. Tang is a board member of the executive


Dr. Simon Fuk-Tan Tang, MD,is program director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Chang Gung Memorial HospitalSystem in, Taiwan. For 10 years, he had been the chairman of the department, and a full-time professor at Chang Gung University. A graduate of the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan, Dr. Tang completed his postdoctoral fellowship in restorative neurology and humanneurobiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Dr. Tang has writtenmore than 140 published papers. His research interests are orthoses, gait analysis, motor control, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. Dr. Tang is a board member of the executive committee of the ISPRM; president of the International Society for Restorative Neurology; president of the ISPO, Chinese Taipei; honorary president of the Taiwan Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; and past president of the Asia-Oceanian Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, and past regional vice presidentof the ISPRM.



Wanda Stryla

Senior Professor

specialist in medical rehabilitation

Medical University in Poznan

Poland

Professor Wanda Stryla, MD, PhD, is a physician, specialist in medical rehabilitation. She graduated from Medical University in Poznan (Poland), faculty of medicine. She defended her doctoral thesis in 1978 and postdoctoral thesis in 1991. In 2002 she became a professor of medical sciences. In years 1970 - 2013 she worked as a doctor in the Rehabilitation Clinic and taught students at the medicine and physiotherapy faculty. From 1996 to 2013 she held the office of a head of Chair and Clinic of Rehabilitation in Poznan. In this period she supervised 18 doctoral and numerous master dissertations. Her scientific interests focused mainly


Professor Wanda Stryla, MD, PhD, is a physician, specialist in medical rehabilitation. She graduated from Medical University in Poznan (Poland), faculty of medicine. She defended her doctoral thesis in 1978 and postdoctoral thesis in 1991. In 2002 she became a professor of medical sciences. In years 1970 - 2013 she worked as a doctor in the Rehabilitation Clinic and taught students at the medicine and physiotherapy faculty. From 1996 to 2013 she held the office of a head of Chair and Clinic of Rehabilitation in Poznan. In this period she supervised 18 doctoral and numerous master dissertations. Her scientific interests focused mainly on the rehabilitation in diseases of locomotor system after cranio cerebral injuries and spinal pain syndromes in rheumatic diseases. She is an author of more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals and many books for students. She has participated in many scientific conferences in Poland and other countries. Actually she works as a Senior Professor at the University School of Physical Education in Poznan.



Sheila Jean McNeill Ingham

Professor

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Federal University of Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Tel: +55-11-98202-5063

Dr. Sheila Jean McNeill Ingham earned her Medical degree from the Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she also completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Ingham has a Master of Sciences degree from the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, Dr. Ingham is a PhD from the Federal University of Sao Paulo, and has a Post-Doctoral Degree from the Orthopaedic's Department at the University of Pittsburgh. She also has specializations in Acupuncture and Sports Medicine. She is currently the head of the Amputee Clinic at the Associacao de Assistencia a Crianca Deficiente


Dr. Sheila Jean McNeill Ingham earned her Medical degree from the Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she also completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Ingham has a Master of Sciences degree from the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, Dr. Ingham is a PhD from the Federal University of Sao Paulo, and has a Post-Doctoral Degree from the Orthopaedic's Department at the University of Pittsburgh. She also has specializations in Acupuncture and Sports Medicine. She is currently the head of the Amputee Clinic at the Associacao de Assistencia a Crianca Deficiente (AACD), a renowned rehabilitation center in Brazil. She also serves as a Professor, in the Orthopaedic's Department, at the Federal University of Sao Paulo. Her main interests are: anatomy, comparative anatomy, knee injuries, amputees, poliomyelitis, muscle injuries, sarcopenia.



Christoph Sucker

Adjunct Professor,

Haemostasis and Transfusion Medicine

Berlin, Germany

Dr. Christoph Sucker, MD, PhD, is a physician specialised in hemostatic disorders, and a private lecturer for Haemostasis and Transfusion Medicine at the Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Germany. He is currently head of a large coagulation institute in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Sucker has published many articles on topics of haemostasis, and contributed to books on coagulation and haemostatic disorders. His interest is mainly focussed on the diagnosis, prophylaxis and treatment of hemorrhage and thrombotic events.


Dr. Christoph Sucker, MD, PhD, is a physician specialised in hemostatic disorders, and a private lecturer for Haemostasis and Transfusion Medicine at the Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Germany. He is currently head of a large coagulation institute in Berlin, Germany. Dr. Sucker has published many articles on topics of haemostasis, and contributed to books on coagulation and haemostatic disorders. His interest is mainly focussed on the diagnosis, prophylaxis and treatment of hemorrhage and thrombotic events.



Ming Pei

Associate Professor

Director of Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory

Department of Orthopaedics

West Virginia University

West Virginia, United States

Tel: 304-293-1072

Dr. Ming Pei is an Associate Professor and a Director of Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Orthopaedics, West Virginia University. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor in Exercise Physiology and Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. He received his PhD from Beijing University, China in 1999. He spent three years as a Postdoctoral Associate in Harvard - M.I.T. Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) and three years as a Research Fellow in Department of Orthopaedics, Brown University. He is the member of Faculty of 1000 (F1000) for Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology, Musculoskeletal Repair & Regeneration


Dr. Ming Pei is an Associate Professor and a Director of Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Orthopaedics, West Virginia University. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor in Exercise Physiology and Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. He received his PhD from Beijing University, China in 1999. He spent three years as a Postdoctoral Associate in Harvard - M.I.T. Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) and three years as a Research Fellow in Department of Orthopaedics, Brown University. He is the member of Faculty of 1000 (F1000) for Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology, Musculoskeletal Repair & Regeneration since 2013 and active member of F1000Research Advisory Board since 2014. He serves as a reviewer for 60+ journals and 10 grant agencies. He also serves as a reviewer for Annual Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) meeting abstract since 2007. He has 60+ papers published in peer-review journals. His Research Interest includes Cartilage Tissue Engineering and Regeneration and Defect Repair, Intervertebral Disc Tissue Regeneration, Bone Tissue Engineering and Regeneration, Defect Repair and Fracture Healing, Adult Stem Cell Proliferation and Differentiation, In Vitro 3D Microenvironment and Extracellular Matrix, Chondrogenic Signaling Pathway and Epigenetic Regulation.



Chih-Wei Peng

Associate Professor

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

School of Medicine

Taipei Medical University

Taiwan

I received the B.S. degree in physical therapy from Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan, in 2000, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in biomedical engineering from National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, in 2002 and 2007, respectively. I am currently an associated Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University, and also the Secretary-general of Taiwan Rehab. Eng. & Assistive Technology Society. My research interests include physical therapy, neuromodulation, biomedical engineering, neural engineering, rehabilitation engineering, neural prostheses, urological electrophysiology, and functional electrical stimulation.


I received the B.S. degree in physical therapy from Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan, in 2000, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in biomedical engineering from National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, in 2002 and 2007, respectively. I am currently an associated Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University, and also the Secretary-general of Taiwan Rehab. Eng. & Assistive Technology Society. My research interests include physical therapy, neuromodulation, biomedical engineering, neural engineering, rehabilitation engineering, neural prostheses, urological electrophysiology, and functional electrical stimulation.



Dawn M. Hall-Bibb

Associate Professor

Physical Therapy Program

Bellarmine University

Louisville, Kentucky

Tel: +1-502-272-8288

Dr. Dawn M. Hall-Bibb Receiving her Masters in Physical Therapy from Temple University and her PhD in Educational Administration and Foundations from Illinois StateUniversity, Dr. Dawn Hall-Bibb is an Associate Professor at Bellarmine University where the content of her teaching includes basic exam and skills, physical agents, rehab techniques, acute care, psychosocial response, cultural competence, service learningand professional behaviors. In addition to the above, she taught functional anatomy, qualitative research, teaching and learning, and components of neurology at Bradley University where she taught for 16 years. Over the past 20 years, she has maintain clinical practice in skill nursing and


Dr. Dawn M. Hall-Bibb Receiving her Masters in Physical Therapy from Temple University and her PhD in Educational Administration and Foundations from Illinois StateUniversity, Dr. Dawn Hall-Bibb is an Associate Professor at Bellarmine University where the content of her teaching includes basic exam and skills, physical agents, rehab techniques, acute care, psychosocial response, cultural competence, service learningand professional behaviors. In addition to the above, she taught functional anatomy, qualitative research, teaching and learning, and components of neurology at Bradley University where she taught for 16 years. Over the past 20 years, she has maintain clinical practice in skill nursing and acute care settings yet has some experience with wound care and amputee care. Her passion for her profession of physical therapy and travel has led her to providing pro bono physical therapy in Haiti, Dominican Republic, and South Africa. She hopes to continue to do so in Asia and Central America. Her Research Interest includes Cultural Competence, Perception of the physical therapy profession, Student learning, Service learning.



Kehua Zhou

Clinical Assistant Professor

Health Care Studies Department

Daemen College

New York

Tel: 716-348-9090

Dr. Kehua Zhou is a clinical Assistant professor at Daemen College. Besides holding a teaching position, Dr. Zhou is also a licensed physical therapist, acupuncturist, and diplomate in oriental medicine. With expertise in both conventional and alternative medicine, Dr. Zhou practices wound care and acupuncture at Daemen College Physical Therapy Wound Care Clinic. Besides clinical practice, Dr. Zhou has strong interests in research and has authored/coauthored various research articles on physical therapy wound care, acupuncture for gastrointestinal disorders, genitourinary disorders, and pain. His current interests in research include non-healing wounds, acupuncture for musculoskeletal disorders and pain, psychological profile in patients


Dr. Kehua Zhou is a clinical Assistant professor at Daemen College. Besides holding a teaching position, Dr. Zhou is also a licensed physical therapist, acupuncturist, and diplomate in oriental medicine. With expertise in both conventional and alternative medicine, Dr. Zhou practices wound care and acupuncture at Daemen College Physical Therapy Wound Care Clinic. Besides clinical practice, Dr. Zhou has strong interests in research and has authored/coauthored various research articles on physical therapy wound care, acupuncture for gastrointestinal disorders, genitourinary disorders, and pain. His current interests in research include non-healing wounds, acupuncture for musculoskeletal disorders and pain, psychological profile in patients with chronic wounds, and integrative rehabilitation.



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