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University programs / Researchers

  • M. Barry Sterman, UCLA
  • Joel Lubar, Univ of Tennessee [*]
  • Peter Rosenfeld, Northwestern University [*]
  • Bethel College, Dept. of Nursing, North Newton, KS
  • Eugenia Bodenhamer-David, Univ of North Texas
  • D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., UT Sch of Med [*]
  • Sebastian Striefel, Ph.D., Ctr for Persons with Disabilities, UT State Univ
  • Widner University, Philadelphia, PA
  • Richard Silberstein, Univ of Swinbourne, Australia
  • Christian Loos, Univ of Swinborne, Australia
  • Jiri Tyl, Charles Univ, Prague, Czech Republic
  • John Gruzelier, Ph.D., Imperial College, London, UK

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  • Daniel Freeman Hospital, Los Angeles, CA
  • Occupational Health, Comanche Cty Memorial Hospital, Lawton, OK
  • St. Peters Hospital, Helena, MT
  • Wellness Clinic, St. John’s Hospital, Jackson, WY
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Univ Medical Ctr, Salt Lake City, UT
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