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In-Depth Resources for Physiatrists

We are supporting members by creating timely, needed resources, collaborating across health care and highlighting the best education and news that is applicable to you and your PM&R practice right now. As the primary medical specialty society for physical medicine and rehabilitation, this is your place for resources to help you today.

AAPM&R members: Even more resources are being shared between physiatrists in our Care in the Time of COVID-19 member forum on PhyzForum. Exchange important dialogue about your challenges, ask your questions and concerns as well as share resources with each other.

If you can't find what you need or would like additional support, we're here to help. Contact us at (847) 737-6000 or email

Webinar Recordings

Members: 20+ COVID-19 specific webinar recordings are now available for you to access. Thank you to our panelists and participants!

View all COVID-19 Webinars.

From the AAPM&R Board of Governors

"Our country is in the midst of a medical pandemic. The AAPM&R (Academy), including its volunteer leaders and staff, have enormous empathy for our members, their patients, and families as COVID-19 has disrupted every aspect of our personal and professional lives. Together, we need to find the resilience to persevere for our personal and our patients’ health and well-being. Together, we need to find the resilience to persevere for our personal and our patients’ health and well-being.”  Read the full statement here.

Stay Up-to-Date

Long COVID Initiative Updates: July 14, 2021

Jul 14, 2021, 16:00 PM by Christen Fencl

AAPM&R will provide consistent updates on our advocacy outreach efforts, the Multi-Disciplinary PASC Collaborative and other relevant information on our Long COVID initiative. 

Multi-Disciplinary PASC Collaborative Update

Our collaborative continues to push forward with another victory - the manuscript on the methodology for guidance statement development has been accepted for publication! These guidance statements are intended to assist clinicians in clinical decision making by describing a range of generally acceptable approaches to the assessment and treatment of PASC - learn more about the methodology

We have other statements in place that are undergoing review for publication (fatigue and cognitive impairment & breathing). Yesterday's call focused on new clinical areas for guidance development for cardiac autonomic issues. We also discussed ways to expand work to share stories from the collaborative clinics and address health equity issues among the PASC population. In addition, we are continuing to meet with federal offices to discuss our Call to Action and more specific policy proposals on Long COVID.