The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine focuses on education and research related to a broad range of conditions, including the most severe of traumatic injuries and diseases, musculoskeletal injuries and conditions and any physical condition that limits a person’s ability to pursue functional independence and quality of life.
What We Do
EducationOur focus is on innovation, growth and new program development as we support the training of our medical students, residents and fellows.LEARN MORE
Our research portfolio is rich and diverse, reflecting the wide variety of interests and focus areas of our faculty and the breadth and magnitude of our department's resources.
Patient CarePatients can get in touch with our clinical teams through the Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.LEARN MORE
Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center
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NUPOC supports our faculty through the education and training of professional prosthetists, orthotists, rehabilitation engineers and other rehabilitation professionals; the design and application of prostheses and orthoses; and its work to improve human interactions with prosthetics and orthotics systems. Visit the center's site to learn more about its education and research programs.