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  1. Performance and Nutrition Program for Athletes in Adaptive Sports

    Rochester, MN

  2. Spinal Stimulation to Treat Low Back Pain

    Rochester, MN

  3. A Study to Evaluate Mobility and Therapeutic Benefits Resulting from Exoskeleton Use in a Clinical Setting

    Rochester, MN

  4. A Study to Evaluate Cardiovascular Effects of High Intensity Interval Training in Individuals with Paraplegia

    Rochester, MN

  5. Survey of Preferences Regarding Spinal Implants

    Rochester, MN

  6. A Study of Molecular Characterization of Spinal Tissue

    Rochester, MN

  7. A Study to Establish a Pediatric Spine Registry

    Rochester, MN, Minneapolis, MN

  8. Awake vs asleep spine surgery

    Jacksonville, FL

  9. Cortical versus Pedicle Screw Stimulation Thresholds and Accuracy

    Rochester, MN

  10. A Study of Stability and Physical Activity among Patients with Spinal Deformity Before and After Surgery

    Rochester, MN


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