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Research Jobs & Fellowships
We offer several types of research fellowships, suitable for funding physicians or PhD scientists in rehabilitation research or others looking for careers opportunities in our field
Medical Student Education & Residency Program
AbilityLab, in conjunction with the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, offers a residency training program in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Chronic Pain Programs
We have designed intensive, interdisciplinary programs to help you get your body and mind back on track so you can return to your life.
Spinal injection are safe and simple procedures to help reduce back pain and improve function.
Terri Marcus, 65, was living an active life. But shoulder pain steadily increased to the point where she had difficulty doing basic tasks. That's when she turned again to RIC for help managing her pain.
Our Pain Center's interdisciplinary program has been recognized as a Center of Pain Excellence by the American Pain Society and help Janet establish effective, long-term pain management techniques.
Soft-tissue injuries from a sore back to an injured knee can benefit from Musculoskeletal Medicine.
The stroke recovery journey is often filled with challenges. Dr. Harvey speaks with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association about pain most commonly associated with recovery from a stroke
For Patients and Healthy Volunteers Participating as Research Subjects, and for Researchers
AbilityLab has decades of experience in workers' compensation cases, and we are dedicated to making things work smoothly for you.
A form of botulinum toxin improved active arm movement for stroke and brain trauma patients in a clinical trial that involved Christina Marciniak, MD, attending physician at AbilityLab.
We meet amputee patient’s unique needs by integrating medical expertise, technology, and engineering.