Innovations in care and research
The Ohio State University’s Neurological Institute is a nationally ranked program for physical medicine and rehabilitation in Columbus with over 200 medical, surgical and research specialists dedicated to treating patients with neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Read about our latest clinical trials and research innovations taking place every day. Visit the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department website for additional information.
Traumatic brain injury research aggregates rehabilitation data to pinpoint the best treatments for specific patients in first-of-its-kind study
Advances in pain management and physical rehab for cancer patients
Putting tango to the test
An innovative treatment for chronic post-traumatic headaches
Life-changing second opinions for patients with prosthetic or orthotic devices
Standardizing back pain measurement
The benefits of using platelet-rich plasma therapy to treat back pain
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Fall Prevention Clinic takes a holistic approach to reduce patient fall risk
At Ohio State’s Comprehensive Spine Center, Collaboration Is Key to Effective Pain Management
Multifaceted Pain Program Aims to Reduce Pain Med Use
Brain Injury Program Helps Minimally Conscious Patients Emerge
Cancer Rehabiliation Spans Inpatient, Outpatient Continuum
Leading the way