Research at Spaulding focuses on several areas of Rehabilitative Medicine including: Traumatic Brain Injury, Aging, Cardiovascular, Integrative Medicine, Motion Analysis, Muscle Cell Physiology, Robotic Therapy, Spinal Cord Injury, and Stroke. These endeavors enhance Spaulding’s treatment programs, with clinical research results often quickly finding their way to the bedside.         

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Traumatic Brain Injury

Spaulding is currently conducting research studies on TBI. The studies aim to effect and potentially improve the cognitive, behavioral, and functional symptoms that are common in individuals who have sustained a TBI.



Prolotherapy is a treatment technique that involves the injection of growth factors or growth factor production stimulants to promote growth and repair of normal cells and tissue; this has the potential to reverse degenerative changes.


Motion Analysis

Spaulding's Motion Analysis Laboratory combines laboratory and field assessments to enhance mobility.

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Thank you for much for the professional, encouraging and throughtful care you afforded to both of us!

Bill and Lois B.

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