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#AAPMR22 Preliminary Program

AAPM&R 2022 Annual Assembly Preliminary Program

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2022 ANNUAL ASSEMBLY
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

#AAPMR22 is Back In-Person
and Better Than Ever!

We can’t wait to welcome you back in-person! Join us
October 20-23 in Baltimore, MD, where we’ll be
Leading the Way as physiatry’s premier educational

and networking event of the year. We have some
exciting things planned for you in 2022! Participate
in the best-of-the-best PM&R education, enjoy

valuable networking experiences with your peers
and discover top-notch physiatric research. You
won’t want to miss all the excitement and

activities as we meet in-person in Baltimore!

AAPMR.ORG 2022

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#AAPMR22 is Back In-Person Table of
and Better Than Ever! Contents

We can’t wait to welcome Pre-Assembly Events 4
you back in-person
for physiatry’s annual Hybrid Annual Assembly 5
meeting—the 2022
Annual Assembly. In-Person Assembly Experience 6-11
#AAPMR22 is physiatry’s
premier educational and networking event Virtual Assembly Experience 12
and we have some exciting things planned
this year. Most of all we are looking forward Rachel Brakke Holman Skills Labs 13
to being together again in Baltimore after MD, FAAPMR
two years of virtual meetings. I know I Schedule-at-a-Glance 15
am looking forward to connecting with Join me as we will be
colleagues I have not seen in years and Leading the Way Daily Schedules 16-23
being with others while learning new
things. Although we hope many will plan Register now at Foundation for PM&R Events 23
to attend in-person, we will be offering a aapmr.org/2022.
hybrid meeting, which allows those who
cannot attend in-person to participate Registration/Pricing 24-25
in the meeting. This will include 20 live-
streamed educational sessions so the
virtual audience can ask questions even if
they are not present at the meeting.

Our theme for 2022 is Leading the Way. This theme is so appropriate Corporate Support Recognition 27
because physiatrists are leading the way like never before. From Long
COVID to taking care of patients throughout the continuum of their care—
we are leading the way. We will be offering content to help you continue
to advance the care for your patients no matter what area of physiatry you
practice in. The 2022 program also includes valuable (and fun!) networking
experiences with your peers and cutting-edge physiatric research. Enjoy
in-person Skills Labs, the PM&R Pavilion (with the Learning Center and
Research Hub) and the Job and Fellowship Fair, as well as the President’s
Reception. #AAPMR22 offers 80+ clinical and practice symposia (including
20 that will be live-streamed), broken into various clinical and practice
themes, so you can customize your educational experience with topics that
are most important to you. You will also receive access to all recorded and
on-demand sessions, whether you choose to join us in-person or virtually,
with the opportunity to earn more than 100 CME credits!

Please read on to learn more about what will be
offered at #AAPMR22. If you have not attended
an Annual Assembly in a while, this is a wonderful
opportunity for you to re-connect with your peers
and our specialty. I hope to see you in Baltimore.
Register now at aapmr.org/2022.

Rachel Brakke Holman, MD, FAAPMR
Chair, Program Planning Committee

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—PRE-ASSEMBLY EVENTS

JUMP-START YOUR #AAPMR22
EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THESE

PRE-ASSEMBLY EVENTS

Connect With Your Member Community

 Monday, October 10-Friday, October 14 Member Community
Networking
The fun starts earlier than ever before! Attend more than 25 virtual Community
Sessions during Community Week (October 10-14). Participating communities will Join your peers on
host educational and networking opportunities specific to their community’s area of Thursday morning,
interest. This is your chance to explore customized education and network with peers October 20 in Baltimore
who share similar interests. Attend as many sessions as you want—all are included in for more valuable
your registration. For those on-site in Baltimore, we’ll host live community networking networking. The list
events on Thursday morning and throughout the Assembly. These sessions will also of communities that
be available on-demand for all registrants. will be meeting will be
available at aapmr.org/
This year, the following Member Communities will be meeting virtually during communitysessions
Community Week: closer to the event date.

• Adaptive Athletes and • Geriatric Rehabilitation • Pain Medicine/ Join a Member
Para-Adaptive Athletes Community
Sports • Inpatient Consultants and Sports/Pediatric
Sports Medicine/ There are more than
• African American • Inpatient Rehabilitation Running Medicine/ 40+ AAPM&R Member
Physiatrists/Alternative Sports Medicine Communities growing
and thriving together!
Pain Medicine • International • Pediatric Rehabilitation Members: Log in to your
member profile to enroll in
• Amputee/Limb Loss Rehabilitation and Global • Performing Arts Medicine communities that interest
Restoration Rehabilitation Health you. Plus, join the virtual
• Physiatry in Skilled Member Community
• Asian Physiatrists • Interventional Pain Nursing Facilities discussions happening on
PhyzForum.
• Brain Injury Medicine • Introvert Leaders • South Asian Physiatry

Fellowship Directors • Medical Educators • Sports Medicine Current
Fellows and Future
• Cancer Rehabilitation • Muslim Physiatrists Candidates

• Central Nervous System • Neuromuscular Medicine • Women Physiatrists
• Early-Career Physiatrists and EDX
• Exercise as Medicine
• Overhead Athlete

• Wound Medicine

Entries noted in green represent multiple community groups who have collaborated
for combined sessions.

Further details can be found on aapmr.org/2022.

STEP (Skills, Training, Evaluation and Performance) One Ultrasound Course—
Back In-Person in Baltimore

 Tuesday, October 18 and Wednesday, October 19
8 am-5 pm (ET)

Education takes center stage at #AAPMR22 and it all starts with our STEP One: Ultrasound Clinical Applications of the
Extremities pre-course. Interested in learning how you can apply clinical ultrasound in your practice? This two-day course
will help you learn how to utilize ultrasound with patients who have musculoskeletal and neurologic diagnoses. This is
the required first component of AAPM&R’s STEP Ultrasound Certificate Program. You must be enrolled in the AAPM&R
STEP Ultrasound Certificate Program and/or complete pre-requisite components to attend. Visit aapmr.org/step or email
[email protected] for more information.

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IN-PERSON IN BALTIMORE

Nothing can replace the in-person event experience—the excitement of getting ready
for a show, traveling to a destination city, attending educational sessions tailored to
your needs—but the key aspect is seeing your peers face-to-face, coupled with great
networking opportunities. We can’t wait for you to join us in Baltimore, October 20-23,
where we’ll be Leading the Way.

Your In-person Experience Includes: R Interactive PM&R Pavilion, including:

R All in-person and virtual sessions will be recorded and N Exhibits featuring leading PM&R products,
available to registered attendees following the Assembly services and solutions
for one year, with the opportunity to earn 100+ CME
N Research Hub: E-poster Hall, research with
R Virtual Community Sessions the week leading up to the “best-of” spotlight sessions and lunch time
Annual Assembly (and available on-demand) as well as poster presentations
in-person Community networking on-site
N Learning Center with hands-on demonstrations
R AAPM&R Job and Fellowship Fair, the largest across various clinical areas
PM&R-specific job fair in the country (October 19)
N Career Corner with in-person CV reviews and
R STEP One Ultrasound Pre-conference Course small-group discussion sessions
(October 18-19)
N Corporate “Lunch and Learns” and Product Theaters
R Hands-on Skills Labs led by your PM&R peers
R Opening Reception and President’s Reception at POWER
R PHiT Fest including the ever-popular Quiz Bowl, PLANT Live!
Resident Town Hall and Resident Reception

A VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE OPTION

For those who can’t travel this year, we also have a virtual attendance
option. Virtual attendees will enjoy 24/7 access to all the great
education that the Assembly is known for—online from their
home or office.

Your Virtual Experience Includes: R Research Hub with Poster Wall including pre-recorded
presentations
R Four plenary sessions and 20 symposia sessions live-
streamed, with real-time interaction (chat, Q&A, etc.) for R Virtual Career Corner with CV reviews and career
both live and virtual audiences guidance

R All in-person symposia will be recorded and available R Directory of sponsors/supporters
on-demand after the presentation for up to one year for
registered attendees R Pre-recorded Corporate Sessions available on-demand

R Virtual Community Sessions the week leading up to the
Annual Assembly and available on-demand

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TOGETHER AGAIN

IN-PERSON IN BALTIMORE

While we know that the most important aspect of the Assembly is being together, we’ve also created one of our best programs
yet. The 2022 program has something for everyone—from top-notch education and research to peer-to-peer networking and
the latest PM&R services and solutions.

Check out what’s in store for you in 2022!

PLENARY SESSIONS—LIVE-STREAMED FROM BALTIMORE

Get ready for another Assembly filled with inspirational plenary speakers. Our diverse lineup has something for everyone and
includes your PM&R peers, who will be featured presenters on Sunday.

Thursday, October 20, 11 am-12:30 pm (ET)
Opening Plenary and Presidential Address
Overcoming Struggles and Obstacles on Your Journey to Success
Deborah A. Venesy, MD, FAAPMR, AAPM&R President and Byron Pitts

AAPM&R President Deborah A. Venesy will officially launch #AAPMR22 and welcome attendees. Then,
we’ll hear from Byron Pitts, multiple Emmy award-winning journalist and news veteran with more than
20 years of experience, who’s known for his thoughtful storytelling, on-the-ground reporting and
in-depth interviews. He was named the National Association of Black Journalists Journalist of the Year
in 2002. His 2009 memoir, “Step Out on Nothing: How Faith and Family Helped Me Conquer Life’s
Challenges," chronicled his journey overcoming illiteracy and a stutter to become a journalist.

Friday, October 21, 11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET)
Plenary Session: A Fireside Chat with Deborah A. Venesy, MD, FAAPMR and Aiko Bethea, Esq., PCC
Leading The Way: Championing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Deborah A. Venesy, MD, FAAPMR, AAPM&R President and Aiko Bethea, Esq., PCC

The founder of RARE Coaching & Consulting, Aiko Bethea guides leaders and organizations to remove
barriers to inclusion. She serves as an executive coach to leaders and teams of Fortune 100 and global
non-profit organizations. She has been recognized by Forbes as one of the top seven anti-racism
educators for companies and by Cultureamp as a DEI influencer to follow.

Saturday, October 22, 12:45-2 pm (ET)
Fifty-Fourth Walter J. Zeiter Lecture and Awards Video Presentation:
Disabusing Disability: Demonstrating that Disability Doesn't Mean Inability
Oluwaferanmi O. Okanlami, MD, MS

Our annual AAPM&R Awards Video Presentation will kick-off this session, where our 2022 award winners will be
recognized for their contributions to the specialty and to people with disabilities. Then, Dr. Oluwaferanmi Okanlami
will speak on Disabusing Disability. He is the Director of Student Accessibility and Accommodation Services at
the University of Michigan, where he oversees the office of Services for Students with Disabilities, two Testing
Accommodation Centers and the Adaptive Sports & Fitness Program. He is also an Assistant Professor of Family
Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Urology at Michigan Medicine, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of
Orthopaedic Surgery at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Okanlami speaks around the country on topics
related to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Sunday, October 23, 8-10 am (ET)
Breakfast and Closing Plenary Session Featuring PhyzTalks

We’re putting members front and center at the Assembly. Hear our PhyzTalks finalists share
their unique and inspirational stories and enjoy breakfast before the presentations. This is a
great opportunity to hear unique perspectives from your membership community in a fun,
relaxed setting, so be sure to stay until Sunday!

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All educational sessions,
registration, scientific posters
and the PM&R Pavilion will be
held at the:

Baltimore Convention Center:
1 W. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

For safety updates and more, read our
FAQs at aapmr.org/assembly-faqs.

See pages 24 and 25 for pricing and
registration information.

Photo Courtesy: Henry Adams Consulting Engineers

Top-Notch PM&R Education Resident Quiz Bowl

Enjoy 80+ clinical and practice symposia in addition to four  Friday, October 21
plenary sessions, organized by clinical and practice themes 5-6:45 pm (ET)
so you can choose what’s most important to you and your
practice. Can’t attend all the sessions? They will be recorded Test your PM&R knowledge and compete with other
for future viewing and available to all attendees on-demand, residency programs from across the country in our annual
with the opportunity to earn more than 100 CME credits. Quiz Bowl. Register your program starting this summer.

The Member Resource Center Hands-on Skills Labs

Connect with Academy staff and discover how you can Register for a Skills Lab and enjoy a three-hour intensive
play a role in advancing the specialty. Learn about AAPM&R educational experience. Taught by your PM&R peers, these
initiatives as well as resources for physiatrists looking to labs provide a small group, focused opportunity for you
succeed in today’s post-pandemic world. to advance your skill set in a variety of clinical areas. See
page 13 for more information. (Additional fees apply.)
Job and Fellowship Fair
AAPM&R Town Hall
 Wednesday, October 19
6:30-9 pm (ET)  Friday, October 21
5-6 pm (ET)
Attend the AAPM&R Job and Fellowship Fair to take the
next step in your career. More than 100 institutions and This is a great way to make an in-person connection with
practices from across the country are represented each your Board of Governors during the Assembly who have set
year and are expected at the largest PM&R-specific career aside this time specifically to answer your questions and
event of the year! View the floor plan and other resources at hear your feedback in an informal setting.
aapmr.org/jobfair.
The AAPM&R Business Meeting
Is your organization looking for ideal candidates for open
positions and fellowship spots? Participate in the 2022 Job  Saturday, October 22
and Fellowship Fair. Limited premium booth spaces are 11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET)
available! Register your organization for the event online
at aapmr.org/jobfair or call (847) 737-6078 for more During this formal annual Business Meeting, the Membership
information. Report, the Nominating Committee Report and Bylaws
recommendations (if any) are formally presented for voting.
Attendees will hear a review of 2022 activities and get a preview
of 2023 initiatives. (Only voting members of the Academy may
vote, but all members are encouraged to attend.)

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PM&R PAVILION

 Thursday, October 20
1-7 pm (ET)
(Welcome Reception from 4:45-7 pm)

 Friday, October 21
9 am-3 pm (ET)

 Saturday, October 22
9 am-1 pm (ET)

The PM&R Pavilion is the central hub where
attendees come to network, find innovative
solutions and get ahead on the latest education.
Step inside and discover so much more on our
massive show floor, including:

Exceptional Exhibitors Educational Theaters

#AAPMR22 brings in the exhibitors that you want to meet Grab a bite to eat while furthering your education by
and they are happy to see you in-person. Meet top vendors attending these 60-minute sessions. Today’s thought-
offering innovative products, services and solutions to leaders will be on-hand to present on topics including
address the needs of physiatrists and their practice teams patient education, specific products and therapeutic areas.
who want to stay competitive in today’s ever-changing These presentations are independent and do not offer CME
healthcare environment. See pharmaceutical, device and credit. Check the website and Official Program for more
technology companies, publishers, institutions and more. detailed information.
Visit aapmr.org/exhibit-hall to view the floor plan and a
list of exhibitors. (AAPM&R does not endorse exhibitors or  Thursday, October 20:
sponsors or their products or services.) 12:45-1:45 pm (ET) and 5:15-6:15 pm (ET)

Learning Center  Friday, October 21: 12:45-1:45 pm (ET)

The Learning Center is your destination for highly-  Saturday, October 22: 11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET)
interactive, hands-on education. Leading experts will
be offering demonstrations, giving you exposure to new Career Corner
technologies available in different clinical areas. It’s
open throughout the Assembly and is included in your The Career Corner is your one-stop PM&R career shop.
registration. You'll also find the Center Stage here where Visit us to learn more about the Academy’s career
you can grab a seat and listen to both AAPM&R and development resources and tools. Meet with peers and
sponsored sessions. industry representatives who will answer your career-related
questions and provide advice about navigating all aspects
Research Hub of physiatry. Schedule a CV review and participate in small
group discussions.
The Research Hub is the place to discover the highest
quality PM&R research from your peers. Check out our Grab n’ Go Box Lunches
live theater where authors will present best-of-the-best
research (Research Spotlights) and explore e-posters at Grab n’ Go box lunches full of fresh options are included
your own pace using the self-directed digital kiosks. in your registration fee. Pick up yours in the PM&R Pavilion
during:

 Thursday, October 20: 12:30-2 pm (ET)

 Friday, October 21: 12:30-2 pm (ET)

 Saturday, October 22: 11:15 am-12:45 pm (ET)

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IN-PERSON NETWORKING AND FUN

Connect with your peers onsite during a variety of entertaining experiences, including:

Community Networking The Oasis

 Thursday, October 20, 8-11 am (ET)  Thursday, October 20 through Saturday, October 22

Select Member Communities will be hosting in-person Looking for a place to take a break from it all? The Oasis
networking events during the Assembly. For those on-site Lounge is the perfect spot to relax, catch up on emails, meet
in Baltimore, we’ll host live community networking events other attendees or join your peers in games.
on Thursday morning. (Watch for more information closer
to the event.) For Member Communities in need of a private meeting
space, an online application can be completed on
First-Time Attendee Meet-Up aapmr.org/membercommunities. If you have additional
questions, contact [email protected]
 Thursday, October 20, 7:15-8 am (ET) Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

With so much to see and do at the Assembly, a little help
comes in handy! The First-Time Attendee Meet-Up gives
you a unique opportunity to ask questions and meet other
first-timers.

Welcome Reception in the PM&R Pavilion

 Thursday, October 20, 4:45-7 pm (ET)

Mingle with your fellow attendees and exhibitors for drinks
and hors d’oeuvers while building your professional and
social networks in a relaxed setting. (Guests and children
must be registered for admittance to this event.)

State Society Meetings

 Thursday, October 20

Meet your local PM&R peers at a State PM&R Society
Meeting. (A full listing of scheduled meetings will be posted
closer to the event.)

Alumni Receptions

 Saturday evening, October 22

Stay through the weekend and catch-up with your former
colleagues during these informal receptions. (A full listing of
scheduled receptions will be posted closer to the event.)

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TEAM PHYSIATRY,
GET READY TO PARTY
AT POWER PLANT LIVE!

 Friday, October 21, 7-10 pm (ET)
 34 Market Place, Baltimore, MD 21202

Baltimore’s trendy entertainment venue is
physiatry’s place to party for the AAPM&R
President’s Reception.

Locals and visitors alike love the never-ending energy at POWER
PLANT Live! — an open-aired festival experience unlike anything
else in Baltimore. Groove to some live music, challenge fellow
attendees to fun arcade games or reconnect with old friends
while enjoying some delicious food and drinks. There’s no
shortage of fun here!
We’re still busy planning this exciting event, so watch your
inbox for more details and plan to join us for a night of food,
festivities and fun! Tickets include food and drinks, and are only
$45 for attendees, non-attendee guests and children. Children
under 5 are free. All attendees, including children, must be fully
vaccinated to attend.

Don’t miss the party—only a limited
number of tickets are available! Tickets
are non-refundable after August 17, 2022.

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THIS IS BALTIMORE!

Known as Charm City, Baltimore is home to a vibrant community that
honors the past while keeping a keen eye on the future. Quirky, artsy and
seriously stylish, this once-trusted industrial town has become one of
the coolest destinations on the East Coast.

R Walk along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and check out the scenic
waterfront views, great restaurants and spectacular museums. Take
a cruise tour along the Patapsco River showcasing the beautiful
sites of the Inner Harbor, visit the Aquarium or the Historic Ships in
Baltimore Floating Museum or explore Baltimore’s dining scene and
seafood traditions.

R Knack for art? Check out the Baltimore Museum of Art – one of the
city’s most beloved treasures hosting the largest public collection of
Matisse in the world.

R Looking for a unique experience? Sip a craft beer at the Ministry of
Brewing, located in the newly-restored St. Michael’s Church.

HOTEL AND TRAVEL The Baltimore Convention Center is just a short
walk from our Annual Assembly hotels:
Accommodations
Hilton Baltimore (Headquarters)
AAPM&R is partnering with Baltimore Housing as the Official 401 W. Pratt Street
Housing Bureau of the Annual Assembly. Reserving your Baltimore, MD 21201
accommodations through Baltimore Housing is a secure and Single/Double Occupancy—$214/night
convenient process. Once your reservation has been processed,
you will receive a confirmation email from [email protected] or Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at
[email protected] A confirmation directly Camden Yards
from your chosen hotel will be sent to you, closer to your arrival 110 South Eutaw Street
date (usually around 1 to 2 weeks prior to arrival). Baltimore, MD 21201
Single/Double Occupancy—$214/night

Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor
300 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Single/Double Occupancy—$229/night

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace
202 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Single/Double Occupancy—$239/night

Reservations are made on a first-come, first-
served basis. The cutoff date for discounted
hotel rooms is September 21, 2022 and is
subject to room and rate availability. When
booking, you may be asked to put down a
one-night, non-refundable deposit to ensure
that Assembly attendees are able to secure a
room at the hotel. Please have your credit card
information on-hand at the time of booking.

For travel agents, airport information
and ground transportation options, visit
aapmr.org/hotelandtravel.

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FROM ANYWHERE

VIRTUAL #AAPMR22 EXPERIENCE

Our virtual program offers the flexibility to participate from anywhere, anytime. Enjoy 24/7 access to the best educational
content that you’ve come to expect from our annual meeting with less time away from work or family. All you need is a
computer or tablet!

Virtual Community Sessions Clinical and Practice Symposia

We’re hosting more than 25 virtual Community Sessions Enjoy 80+ clinical and practice symposia, including
the week of October 10-14, so you can connect and 20 live-streamed, across various themes so you can
collaborate with your peers. Participate in sessions customize your educational experience with what’s most
created by your community leaders to address your important to you. All sessions will be recorded for future
community’s unique needs and challenges. All will be viewing and available to registered attendees with the
available on-demand for future viewing. opportunity to earn more than 100 CME credits.

Live-streamed Plenary Sessions Virtual Corporate Sessions and
Resource Center
Join your colleagues in attendance onsite during four
plenary sessions and come together to hear thought- Companies will be sharing content through various
leaders share their insights. Read more on page 6 or visit channels in our online platform. You’ll be able to view
aapmr.org/plenary. videos, attend sessions and download information. (More
information will be available closer to the event.)
Research Hub
Virtual Career Corner with CV reviews
Visit the virtual Research Hub to view the poster wall and
listen to pre-recorded presentations from your peers. Schedule a CV review at our virtual Career Corner where
industry experts and AAPM&R staff will help you craft a
killer CV and answer your career-related questions.

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SKILLS LABS

Our Skills Labs are three-hour educational experiences, offering a blend of didactic and hands-on immersive learning. Skills
Labs have a limited number of participants to ensure an intimate learning environment. Additional registration is required
for these sessions; sign-up early to reserve your seat!

 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

2-5 pm (ET)

1801. Sonographic Evaluation of the Thigh A
1802. Ultrasound Guided Chemodenervation Procedures for the Upper and Lower Limbs A

 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21

8-11 am (ET)

1803. Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound Applications in Thoracic Outlet Syndrome A
1804. Resident Bootcamp 1: Ultrasound EC

2-5 pm (ET)

1805. Ultrasound-Guided Extremity Nerve Blocks with Alcohol and Botulinum Toxin Injections in Head, Neck
and Paraspinal Muscles for Spasticity Management A

1806. Resident Bootcamp 2: Prosthetics and Orthotics EC

 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

8-9:15 am (ET)

1809. Message/Media Training for PM&R Physicians: How To Better Sell Your Value to External Audiences in
Today’s Healthcare Environment (Interactive) A

8-11 am (ET)

1807. Protocoled Sonographic Evaluation of Upper Extremity Neuropathies A
1808. Point-of-Care Foot and Ankle Ultrasonography in Outpatient PM&R Clinics A

2-5 pm (ET) A

1810. Abdominopelvic Pain: Clinical Evaluation with Complementary Ultrasonography and Intervention
1811. Tools for Diagnosis and Management of Lymphedema and Soft Tissue Disorders Associated with

Lymphedema A

A = All
EC = Early-Career

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—SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18

8 am–5 pm (ET) PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
STEP One: Ultrasound Clinical Applications of the Extremities Course (Day 1)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19

8 am-5 pm (ET) PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
6:30-9 pm (ET) STEP One: Ultrasound Clinical Applications of the Extremities Course (Day 2)

JOB AND FELLOWSHIP FAIR

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20

8-11 am (ET) MEMBER COMMUNITY NETWORKING
11 am-12:30 pm (ET) OPENING PLENARY SESSION AND PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
12:30-2 pm (ET) LUNCH IN THE PM&R PAVILION

2-3:15 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS SKILLS LABS Beginning at 12 pm (ET)
3:15-3:30 pm (ET) BREAK 2-5 pm (ET) • PM&R Pavilion
3:30-4:45 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS • Learning Center
• Research Hub

4:45-7 pm (ET) WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE PM&R PAVILION

7 pm (ET) STATE SOCIETY MEETINGS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21

8-9:15 am (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS SKILLS LABS Beginning at 9 am (ET)
9:15-10 am (ET) BREAK 8-11 am (ET) • PM&R Pavilion
10-11:15 am (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS • Learning Center
11:15-11:30 am (ET) BREAK • Research Hub

11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET) PLENARY SESSION
12:30-2 pm (ET) LUNCH IN THE PM&R PAVILION

2-3:15 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS SKILLS LABS • PM&R Pavilion
3:15-3:30 pm (ET) BREAK 2-5 pm (ET) • Learning Center
3:30-4:45 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS • Research Hub

5-6 pm (ET) AAPM&R TOWN HALL Beginning at 9 am (ET)
• PM&R Pavilion
5-6:45 pm (ET) RESIDENT QUIZ BOWL • Learning Center
• Research Hub
7-10 pm (ET) PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION AT POWER PLANT LIVE!

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

8-9:15 am (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS SKILLS LABS
9:15-10 am (ET) BREAK 8-11 am (ET)
10-11:15 am (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS

11:15 am-12:45 pm (ET) L U N C H I N T H E P M & R P A V I L I O N

11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET) A N N U A L B U S I N E S S M E E T I N G

12:45-2 pm (ET) FIFTY-FOURTH WALTER J. ZEITER LECTURE AND AWARDS VIDEO PRESENTATION

2 -2:15 pm (ET) BREAK

2:15-3:30 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS SKILLS LABS
3:30-3:45 pm (ET) BREAK 2-5 pm (ET)
3:45-5 pm (ET) CONCURRENT SESSIONS

5:30 pm (ET) ALUMNI RECEPTIONS

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23

8 -10 am (ET) BREAKFAST AND CLOSING PLENARY SESSION FEATURING PHYZTALKS

* All times are Eastern Standard Time. Content subject to change. = paid ticket required. = live-streamed sessions.

—TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18—FULL SCHEDULE

TIME PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
8 am-5 pm (ET) STEP One: Ultrasound Clinical Applications of the Extremities Course (Day 1)

—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20—FULL SCHEDULE

TIME REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN
7 am-7 pm (ET)
8-11 am (ET) MEMBER COMMUNITY NETWORKING
11 am-12:30 pm (ET)
OPENING PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS AND PLENARY SESSION
12 -7 pm (ET) DEBORAH A. VENESY, MD, FAAPMR AND BYRON PIT TS
12:30-2 pm (ET) PM&R PAVILION OPEN
12:45-1:45 pm (ET) GRAB N' GO LUNCH IN THE PM&R PAVILION

EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION

2-3:15 pm (ET) IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA

3:15-3:30 pm (ET) 1101. Ankle Tendon Injury Update: From Front to Back [MSK/SPORTS]
3:30-4:45 pm (ET) 1201. Practical and Ethical Issues for Swallow Recovery in Rehabilitation Planning: Dysphagia and Discharge Delays [CNS]
1301. A Comprehensive Breast Cancer Prehabilitation Program: Bridging the Gap Between Rehabilitation and Supportive
4:45-7 pm (ET)
5:15-6:15 pm (ET) Oncology [CANCER]
7 pm (ET) 1302. Spasticity Practice Guidance for Physiatrists: The Latest in Assessing, Diagnosing and Treating Spasticity in Adults

and Children [SPASTICITY]
1402. Taking the Mystery out of SNF Practice [PRACTICE]
1905. Research in Pediatric Rehabilitation: Top Research in 2021-2022 [PEDIATRICS]

REFRESHMENT BREAK
1102. Adhesive Capsulitis: Pearls and Pitfalls [MSK/SPORTS]
1103. Get to the Point! Complementing Your Physiatric Practice with Acupuncture [CLINICAL TECHNIQUES]
1202. Electrodiagnosis of Weakness: An Interactive, Case-Based Approach [EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR]
1304. Telemedicine in Cancer Rehabilitation: Practice, Data, Disparities [CANCER]
1502. Advancing the Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) Interventional Pain Treatment Algorithm: A Panel Discussion

[PAIN AND SPINE]

1702. Looking Good on Paper: How to Write Support Letters and Personal Statements [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE PM&R PAVILION

EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION

STATE SOCIETY MEETINGS

* All times are Eastern Standard Time. Content subject to change. = paid ticket required. = live-streamed sessions.

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TIME —WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19—FULL SCHEDULE

8 am-5 pm (ET) PRE-CONFERENCE COURSE
2-8:30 pm (ET) STEP One: Ultrasound Clinical Applications of the Extremities Course (Day 2)
6:30-9 pm (ET)
REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN
JOB AND FELLOWSHIP FAIR

—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20—FULL SCHEDULE

LIVE-STREAMED/ SKILLS LABS LEARNING CENTER /
IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA RESEARCH HUB

1401. Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID - The Realm of 1801. Sonographic Evaluation of the HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS
Physiatry [BOLD] Thigh • Sideline Emergencies in Sports

1501. Navigating and Troubleshooting Lumbosacral 1802. Ultrasound Guided Medicine
Fluoroscopic Procedures [PAIN & SPINE] Chemodenervation • Use of Osteopathic Manual Medicine in
Procedures for the Upper and
1701. PHiT Fire [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER] Lower Limb Low Back Pain
• 3-Dimensional Printing - Introduction
BREAK
and Applications in Rehabilitation
1203. Recovery in Concussion: What Works, Who Medicine
Gets Better and Why? [CNS]
RESEARCH SPOTLIGHTS
1303. How PM&R Physicians Demonstrate their 1901. MSK
Value to the C-Suite [BOLD] 1902. Pandemic
1903. General Rehabilitation
1904. Pain and Spine Medicine

WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE PM&R PAVILION
EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION

STATE SOCIETY MEETINGS

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—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21—FULL SCHEDULE

TIME IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA

6:30 am (ET) FOUNDATION FOR PM&R 5K RUN/WALK & ROLL
7 am-5:30 pm (ET)
8-9:15 am (ET) REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN

1104. Not So Uncommon: Underrecognized Causes of Common Complaints [EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR]
1204. Neuromuscular Ultrasound and Electrodiagnostic Correlates: Upper Limb [EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR]
1403. Management of Major PASC-Related System Disorders (8-9:30 am ET) [BOLD]
1404. Building Palliative Care into Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Training and Practice [GENERAL MED]
1503. Navigating and Troubleshooting Cervical Fluoroscopic Procedures [CLINICAL TECHNIQUES]
1703. Lifestyle Medicine 101: What Is It and How You Can Get Involved [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

9 am-3 pm (ET) PM&R PAVILION OPEN
9:15-10 am (ET)
10-11:15 am (ET) BREAK

1105. Musculoskeletal Radiology Fundamentals [MSK/SPORTS]
1206. Maximizing Stroke Recovery: Debating the Controversies [CNS]
1306. Physiatrists' Expanding Leadership in Lifestyle Medicine [BOLD]
1307. How to Implement a New Sports Medicine Interdisciplinary Service Line in a Large Academic and Community

Hospital Network [PRACTICE]
1308. Gathering, Motivating, and Sustaining Your Quality Improvement Team [BOLD]
1704. Attendinghood 101: Making the Transition into Becoming a Well-Rounded Physiatrist [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]
1906. Pertinent Topics in Pediatric Cancer Rehabilitation: A Review and Update [CANCER]

11:15-11:30 am (ET) BREAK
11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET)
PLENARY SESSION
12:30-2 pm (ET) A FIRESIDE CHAT WITH DEBORAH A. VENESY, MD, FAAPMR AND AIKO BETHEA, ESQ., PCC
2-3:15 pm (ET)
LUNCH AND EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION

1207. What's Shaking? Evaluation and Management of Post Stroke and Brain Injury Movement Disorders [CNS]
1208. Management of the Upper Extremity Spasticity with Phenol Neurolysis and Cryoneurolysis [SPASTICITY]
1406. Cancer-Related Myelopathy Rehabilitation: Current Concepts, Challenges, and Prognosis [CANCER]
1505. Pelvic Pain Conditions Causing Deep Gluteal Pain - Thinking Beyond the Disc to Solve the Puzzle [PAIN AND SPINE]
1705. Global Outreach in PM&R: Opportunities, Disparities, and New Horizons [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]
1910. Past, Present and Future of Pediatric Rehabilitation: Research Updates and State of the Field [PEDIATRICS]

3:15-3:30 pm (ET) BREAK
3:30-4:45 pm (ET)
1107. AMSSM Exchange Lecture: Mental Health and Sports
1209. Neurogenic Obesity after Spinal Cord Injury [CNS]
1210. Quality in EMG: Past, Present and Future [EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR]
1310. Thank You, Next: Practice Considerations for Early-Career Physiatrists and Physiatrists Transitioning Practices

[PRACTICE]

1506. Changes and Challenges for Coverage and Reimbursement for Spine and Pain Procedures [PAIN AND SPINE]
1706. Financial Education and Wellness for the Early- and Mid-Career Physiatrist [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

5-6 pm (ET) AAPM&R TOWN HALL
5-6:45 pm (ET) RESIDENT QUIZ BOWL
7-10 pm (ET) PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION

* All times are Eastern Standard Time. Content subject to change. = paid ticket required. = live-streamed sessions.

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—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21—FULL SCHEDULE

LIVE-STREAMED/ SKILLS LABS LEARNING CENTER/
IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA RESEARCH HUB

FOUNDATION FOR PM&R 5K RUN/WALK & ROLL
REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN

1205. Aging with Neurologic Conditions: Post-Polio 1803. Diagnostic and HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS
Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida [CNS] Interventional Ultrasound
Applications in Thoracic • Pelvic Examinations and
1305. Improving Mobility and Managing Risk for Fragile Outlet Syndrome Interventions for Pelvic Pain - A
Patients via Telemedicine and Patient-Reported Hands-On Learning Model for
Outcome Measurement [BOLD] 1804. Resident Bootcamp 1: Physiatrists
Ultrasound
PM&R PAVILION OPEN • Ultrasonography for Common
BREAK Entrapment Neuropathies of the
Upper Extremity

1405. Women's Health in Spinal Cord Injury: Educating
Ourselves and Our Patients [POPULATION HEALTH]

1504. The Great Modulation Debate - A Case-Based Learning
Exercise [PAIN AND SPINE]

BREAK

PLENARY SESSION
A FIRESIDE CHAT WITH DEBORAH A. VENESY, MD, FAAPMR AND AIKO BETHEA, ESQ., PCC

LUNCH AND EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION

1106. Game of Bones: Shoulder Biomechanics, Injury 1805. Ultrasound-Guided HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS
Patterns and Implications for Clinical Practice Extremity Nerve Blocks • Musculoskeletal X-Ray and MRI
with Alcohol and Botulinum
[MSK/SPORTS] Toxin Injections in Head, Interpretation: Shoulder and Knee
Neck and Paraspinal • Ulnar Nerve: Electrodiagnostic
1407. Decision-Making in the Use of FDA Approved Muscles for Spasticity
Treatments for Spinal Muscular Atrophy Management Challenges in Localizing Problems

[EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR] 1806. Resident Bootcamp 2: RESEARCH SPOTLIGHTS
Prosthetics and Orthotics 1907. Late-Breaking Abstracts
BREAK
1908. Neurological Rehabilitation
1309. Essential Knowledge and Skills in Cancer
Rehabilitation: Results of a Working Group Analysis and 1909. Pediatric Rehabilitation
Recommendations for Medical Education [BOLD]

1408. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians as
Disability Educators in Medical Schools: Rationale and
Strategies for Success [POPULATION HEALTH]

AAPM&R TOWN HALL
RESIDENT QUIZ BOWL
PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION

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—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22—FULL SCHEDULE

TIME IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA

7 am-5 pm (ET) REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN
8 -9:15 am (ET)
1108. Return to Sports after Injury: A Practical Approach to the Decision-Making Process [MSK/SPORTS]
1311. Academy Efforts in Physiatry-Led Alternative Payment Models [BOLD]
1312. Switching Up Transitions for You: Helping Patients Navigate Healthcare Transitions [BOLD]
1409. Sarcopenia in Cancer: The Need for Collaboration between Medical Nutrition and Rehabilitation [CANCER]
1507. A Paradigm Shift: Understanding Vertebrogenic Low Back Pain [PAIN AND SPINE]
1707. Spasticity: From Identification to Intervention [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

9 am-1 pm (ET) PM&R PAVILION OPEN
9:15 am-12:30 pm (ET)
10-11:15 am (ET) BREAK

1109. Clinical Pearls in Pediatric Sports Medicine [MSK/SPORTS]
1212. From CT to Shunt and Beyond: The Value of Physiatry in Recognition and Management of Hydrocephalus after

Brain Injury [CNS]
1314. AAPM&R Advocacy: Advancing PM&R on Capitol Hill and Beyond [BOLD]
1318. ABPMR Research: Key Findings and Relevance for Initial and Continuing Certification in PM&R and Subspecialties

[BOLD]

1411. You CAN Do It: Tips for Incorporating Cancer Rehabilitation into Your Existing PM&R Practice [CANCER]
1412. Rehabilitation Considerations for Patients with Advanced Heart Failure [GENERAL]
1708. Performing Arts Medicine for Physiatrists-in-Training [IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

11:15 am-12:45 pm (ET) LUNCH AND EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION
11:30 am-12:30 pm (ET)
12:45-2 pm (ET) ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

2-2:15 pm (ET) 54TH WALTER J ZEITER LECTURE AND AWARDS VIDEO PRESENTATION
2:15-3:30 pm (ET) OLUWAFERANMI OKANLAMI MD, MS

BREAK

1213. Gait Disorders with Spastic Hemiparesis: Treatment with Nerve Blocks, Botulinum Toxins and Orthotics [CNS]
1316. Trauma-Informed Care for Individuals Admitted to the Acute Rehabilitation Unit [PRACTICE]
1317. Strategies for the Changing Quality Landscape [PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND EVOLUTION]
1318. Avoiding Documentation Traps [PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND EVOLUTION]
1413. Overcoming Multifactorial Challenges of Providing Rehabilitation to Cancer Patients [CANCER]
1509. The Future of Pain Medicine: Where Are We Headed? [PAIN AND SPINE]

3:30-3:45 pm (ET) BREAK
3:45-5 pm (ET)
The 2022 PASSOR Legacy Award and Lectureship Winner/The 2021 Scott F. Nadler PASSOR Musculoskeletal Research
Grant Winner
1215. Behavioral Concerns after Traumatic Brain Injury [CNS]
1217. I'll Have the Combo Platter, Please: Using Multiple Techniques for Spasticity Management [SPASTICITY]
1309. The Secrets to Making Data Your Friend: How AAPM&R Registry Participants are Using their Data to Improve

Care for Stroke and Low Back Pain Patients [BOLD]
1414. Strength Training in the Older Adult: The Fountain of Youth [GENERAL]
1709. What You Are Getting Into: Perspectives from Academic, Private and Hybrid Practice Physiatrists

[IN-TRAINING/EARLY-CAREER]

5:30 pm (ET) ALUMNI RECEPTIONS

* All times are Eastern Standard Time. Content subject to change. = paid ticket required. = live-streamed sessions.

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—SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22—FULL SCHEDULE

LIVE-STREAMED/ SKILLS LABS LEARNING CENTER/
IN-PERSON SYMPOSIA RESEARCH HUB

REGISTRATION, MEMBER RESOURCE CENTER OPEN

1211. Management of Major PASC-Related System Disorders, 8-9:15 am (ET) HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS
Research and the Future Goals of the AAPM&R PASC • Ultrasound Guided Salivary Gland
Collaborative [BOLD] 1809. Message/Media Training
for PM&R Physicians: How Injections for the Treatment of
1410. Using Ultrasound to Enhance Care in the Pediatric To Better Sell Your Value Sialorrhea
Rehabilitation Patient [PEDIATRICS] to External Audiences • Sideline Medicine: Assessment
in Today’s Healthcare and Management of Acute On-
PM&R PAVILION OPEN Environment (Interactive) Field Injuries
BREAK
8-11 am (ET) RESEARCH SPOTLIGHTS
1313. Does Physiatry Play a Role in Value-Based Post-Acute 1911. Practice Management,
Care? [PRACTICE] 1807. Protocoled Sonographic
Evaluation of Upper Leadership, and Quality
1508. A Lifestyle-Medicine and Integrative Health Approach Extremity Neuropathies
to Low Back Pain [PAIN AND SPINE] 1912. MSK
1808. Point-of-Care Foot and
Ankle Ultrasonography in 1913. General Rehabilitation
Outpatient PM&R Clinics

LUNCH AND EDUCATIONAL THEATER IN THE PM&R PAVILION
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

54TH WALTER J ZEITER LECTURE AND AWARDS VIDEO PRESENTATION
OLUWAFERANMI OKANLAMI MD, MS
BREAK

1110. Point-Counterpoint: Rotator Cuffs [MSK/SPORTS] 1810. Abdominopelvic Pain:
1214. Practice Management Principles for Your Spasticity Clinical Evaluation
with Complementary
Clinic [SPASTICITY] Ultrasonography and
Intervention
BREAK
1216. Electrodiagnostic Cases: Challenges in Interpretation 1811. Tools for Diagnosis
and Management of
of Data for the Expert [EMG/NEUROMUSCULAR] Lymphedema and Soft
1415. Health Equity and Disability Session [BOLD] Tissue Disorders Associated
with Lymphedema

ALUMNI RECEPTIONS
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JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute

A LEADER IN PROVIDING EXPERT REHABILITATION CARE

NATIONALLY RANKED IN REHABILITION BY

U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT
J More than 40 years of providing quality rehabilitation

to obtain optimal function and independence

SPECIALIZED SERVICES J Brain injuries
J Amputation J Neuromuscular disorders
J Stroke
J Cardiopulmonary disorders

J Pain and sports medicine

J Trauma and orthopedics

ACCREDITED BY ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR GRADUATE

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (ACGME)

PROGRAMS INCLUDE:
J Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency Program
J Brain Injury Medicine Fellowship
J Pain Medicine Fellowship

JFKJohnson.org | 732-321-7050 | Edison, NJ JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute @JFK Johnson

—SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23—FULL SCHEDULE

TIME REGISTRATION OPEN
8-10 am (ET)

8-10 am (ET) BREAKFAST AND CLOSING PLENARY SESSION FEATURING PHYZTALKS

* All times are Eastern Standard Time. Content subject to change. = live-streamed sessions.

FOUNDATION EVENTS AT THE
ANNUAL ASSEMBLY

Summit Club Lounge Proof of the Pudding Debate

 Thursday and Friday 9 am-4 pm (ET),  Friday, October 21, 12:45-1:30pm (ET)
Saturday 9 am-12 pm (ET)
Once again, the Foundation will have two experts present
Members of the Foundation’s Summit Club (donors who different approaches to Post-Acute Syndrome after
pledge at least $1,000 per year for five years) are invited to Coronavirus (PASC) or Long COVID. Dr. George Kevorkian
stop by for a cup of coffee and a comfortable place to rest will moderate.
between sessions.
Presentation of Research Grants and
Donor Appreciation Reception Awards

 Friday, October 21, 12:45-1:30 pm (ET)  Saturday, October 22, 12:45-2 pm (ET)

Join your colleagues for cocktails and hors d’ouerves to The Foundation for PM&R will join in the Academy’s video
hear this year’s grant recipients describe their research awards presentation preceding the Saturday morning
projects. The Gabriella Molnar Pediatric PM&R Lifetime plenary session. We will award at least five research grants
Achievement Award will also be presented and our top and name this year’s Gabriella Molnar Pediatric PM&R
donors will be recognized. Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

Rehab 5k Run/Walk & Roll and Residency Presentation of the Scott Nadler PASSOR
Program Challenge Musculoskeletal Research Grant Award
Findings
 Friday, October 21, 6:30 am (ET)
 Saturday, October 22, 3:45-5 pm (ET)
Bring your running shoes! Runners, walkers and
wheelchairs are all welcome to come enjoy some Dr. Eric Wisotzky, chief of the Division of Rehabilitation
exercise before sessions start. Teams will compete Medicine and director of Cancer Rehabilitation at MedStar
from residency programs across the country, with National Rehab Hospital,“Improving Adherence to
prizes for fastest team, largest team, most money Aromatase Inhibitor Therapy in Early Stage Breast Cancer
raised and most team spirit. Contact Phyllis Anderson at by Early Physiatry Referral to Decrease Musculoskeletal
[email protected] or (847) 737-6062 to Symptoms.”
sign up your team! (Every participant must also register for
the event – make sure you take advantage of the early-bird
discount, which ends on August 17.)

Special thanks to AppliedVR
for sponsoring this event.

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—REGISTRATION

THREE WAYS TO REGISTER FOR THE ANNUAL ASSEMBLY

 Online: aapmr.org/2022.
 Mail: Download a copy of the registration form online and mail your completed form with payment by October 14 to the

P.O. Box listed on the registration form.
 Fax: Registrations with credit card payments can be faxed until October 14 at 4 pm (CT) to (847) 563-4191. After this

date/time, all registrations must be completed online or in-person at the Assembly.

For complete registration information, visit aapmr.org/2022. Co-workers or those associated within the physiatry field do not
qualify for a non-attendee guest badge. These individuals must register in the appropriate professional or exhibitor category.

Your registration fee does not include Preconference Courses/Resident Bootcamps, ticketed three-hour Skills Labs or the
President’s Reception at POWER PLANT Live! Be sure to register for those during this registration process.

Cancellation and Change Policy

All cancellations for the Annual Assembly and preconference courses must be submitted in writing via email to
[email protected] or via mail postmarked by August 17, 2022, to the address below. Cancellations submitted before
August 17 will receive a refund of all fees paid, minus a $150 processing fee and processed 7-14 days after notification is
received. Cancellations submitted after August 17 or over the phone will not be accepted.

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Attention: Customer Service, AA2022
9700 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Suite 200
Rosemont, IL 60018

If you have questions or need to make changes to your registration, contact Member Services at (847) 737-6000.

2022 ANNUAL ASSEMBLY REGISTRATION FEES

MEMBER FEES Early-Bird Registration Standard/Onsite Registration
Now Through August 17 August 18 - Onsite

Full Registration IN-PERSON VIRTUAL ONLY IN-PERSON VIRTUAL ONLY
+ VIRTUAL + VIRTUAL

Physiatrist (Fellow/Part-Time Fellow, Associate, International) $775 $775 $975 $975

Early-Career (Practice and Fellowship Pathways) $495 $495 $595 $595

Resident $395 $395 $495 $495

Advanced Practice Provider $620 $620 $820 $820

Medical Student  (Full Conference) $125 $125 $250 $250

Senior Member/Past President FREE FREE FREE FREE

NONMEMBER FEES Early-Bird Registration Standard/Onsite Registration
Now Through August 17 August 18 - Onsite
Full Registration
IN-PERSON VIRTUAL ONLY IN-PERSON VIRTUAL ONLY
Physiatris t / Physician + VIRTUAL + VIRTUAL
Resident 
Advanced Practice Provider $1,075 $1,075 $1,275 $1,275
Medical Student  (Full Conference)
Non-Physician Practice/Hospital Administrator $495 $495 $595 $595
Industry Representative
$820 $820 $1,020 $1,020
GUEST AND CHILD (IN-PERSON ONLY)
Guest Registration (age 21+) $200 $200 $350 $350
Guest Registration (ages 5-20)
Child Registration (under age 5; Children under age 5 are free) $775 $775 $975 $975

$1,075 $1,075 $1,275 $1,275

$95
$15
FREE

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—REGISTRATION

P R E C O N F E R E N C E C O U R S E S (In-person attendance option only)

REGISTRANT EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION: STANDARD/ONSITE REGISTRATION:
NOW THROUGH AUGUST 17 AUGUST 18 - ONSITE

STEP ONE: ULTRASOUND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE EXTREMITIES

Member $1250 $1350

Nonmember $1395 $1495

RESIDENT BOOTCAMPS

Member $35 Non-Refundable Reservation Fee

Nonmember $35 Non-Refundable Reservation Fee

EXTRAS (In-person attendance option only)

Skills Labs President’s Reception—at POWER PLANT Live!

Skills Labs are three hours each. See page 13 for more See page 10 for more information.
information or visit aapmr.org/2022.
REGISTRANT
REGISTRANT FEE Attendee FEE
Member $175 Non-Attendee Guest $45
Nonmember $255 Child (ages 5-20; children under $45
age 5 are free)
$45

Foundation for PM&R 5K Run/Walk & Roll

See page 23 for more information.

REGISTRANT EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION: STANDARD/ONSITE REGISTRATION:
NOW THROUGH AUGUST 17 AUGUST 18 - ONSITE
Member/Nonmember
Resident $25 $35
$15
$25

COVID-19 VACCINE POLICY FOR THE ANNUAL ASSEMBLY

AAPM&R is committed to safeguarding the health and well-being of its members, staff, consultants/contractors, vendors,
exhibitors, faculty, attendees, and guests.

AAPM&R mandates that all attendees at in-person meetings and events must be “fully vaccinated” as defined by the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention*(CDC) at least two weeks prior to the event date. Proof thereof is a condition of in-person
participation in all Academy-hosted educational courses and events.

In addition, participants may be asked to test for COVID-19 prior to attendance, verify that they are free of COVID-19 symptoms,
wear a mask, and/or adhere to other safety protocols as set by the Academy and in accordance with federal and/or local
recommendations and guidelines when applicable.

This policy does not apply to virtual participation, and is subject to change at any time.

Visit aapmr.org/annual-assembly-covid-19-vaccine-policy-and-protocols for more information.

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PUSHING THE

BOUNDARIES

OF REHABILITATION

Expanding the basic science of rehabilitation with our investigations

Robotic applications in Pro-inflammatory underpinnings Novel single-cell neuronal monitoring
underserved countries of spinal discogenic disease embedded in nanotechnologies

Global initiatives in Botswana Spatial and temporal regulation Graphene Microelectrodes
of Collagen 2 labeling in the
developing intervertebral disk

We are ready and waiting to train the next generation of physiatrists for
the 21st Century with a strong focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.

TIMOTHY R. DILLINGHAM, MD, MS FOLLOW US AT:
CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
@pennpmr
EMAIL: [email protected]

—CORPORATE SUPPORT RECOGNITION

AAPM&R gratefully acknowledges the companies listed below for their support in 2022 (as of June 6, 2022). This compliant
support allows AAPM&R to carry out its mission of advancing the specialty and helps reduce the financial dependence on
members and attendees. A complete list of supporters for 2022 will appear in the Official Program, on the AAPM&R website
and distributed onsite at the Annual Assembly.

PLATINUM LEVEL

GOLD LEVEL

SILVER LEVEL

AAPM&R appreciates the generous educational grant support received from supporters; however due to ACCME guidelines, educational
grant support is not included in the benefit levels.

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