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Grant: Szu-Ping Lee
Szu-Ping Lee (Physical Therapy) received a research grant by Encompass Health Corporation to support his study "Mobility and Patient-Perceived Outcomes of Rehabilitation after Lower Extremity Amputation Surgery." His work aims to improve the efficacy of physical therapy, and to enhance mobility and quality of life among individuals with limb loss. This collaborative project involves UNLV, prosthetics and orthotics clinics, and physical therapy clinics, as well as Encompass Health Corporation rehabilitation hospitals within the greater Las Vegas area.
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