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John F. Ditunno, MD

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132 S. Tenth Street
375 Main Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6579
(215) 955-5152 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Two phase 3, multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials of fampridine-SR for treatment of spasticity in chronic spinal cord injury
  2. Walking index for spinal cord injury version II in acute spinal cord injury: Reliability and reproducibility
  3. Dr. Samuel Stover: Promoting health and participation through leadership in spinal cord injury medicine
  4. The Walking Index for Spinal Cord Injury (WISCI/WISCI II): Nature, metric properties, use and misuse
  5. Dr. Robert L. Bennett: Pioneer and Definer of Modern Physiatry
  6. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Polio, and the Warm Springs Experiment: Its Impact on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  7. Advances in the rehabilitation management of acute spinal cord injury
  8. Consumer preference in ranking walking function utilizing the walking index for spinal cord injury II
  9. A clinical prediction rule for ambulation outcomes after traumatic spinal cord injury: A longitudinal cohort study
  10. Extent of spontaneous motor recovery after traumatic cervical sensorimotor complete spinal cord injury
  11. The reproducibility and convergent validity of the walking index for spinal cord injury (WISCI) in chronic spinal cord injury
  12. Outcome measures: Evolution in clinical trials of neurological/functional recovery in spinal cord injury
  13. Walking index for spinal cord injury version 2 (WISCI-II) with repeatability of the 10-m walk time: Inter- and intrarater reliabilities
  14. Position statement on the sale of unproven cellular therapies for spinal cord injury: The international campaign for cures of spinal cord injury paralysis
  15. Outcome measures in spinal cord injury: Recent assessments and recommendations for future directions
  16. Erratum: International standards to document remaining autonomic function after spinal cord injury (Spinal Cord (2009) 47 (575) DOI:10.1038/sc.2008.170))
  17. International standards to document remaining autonomic function after spinal cord injury
  18. Clinical relevance of gait research applied to clinical trials in spinal cord injury
  19. Outcome measures for gait and ambulation in the spinal cord injury population
  20. From the 2006 NIDRR SC 019C I measures meeting functional recovery measures for spinal cord injury: An evidence-based review for clinical practice and research
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