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Anybody on ITB? How is it working? It helps my resting tone a lot ( I now don't have to keep my legs strapped in my wheelchair when I move) so I'm much more comfortable, but it has not done much for my dynamic tone (the tone when I try to move my…Continue
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To provide a national forum for discussion of issues of mutual interest and concern to physicians with disabilities.
To open avenues for exchange of ideas and information, particularly as these apply to clinical practice.
To foster common bonds and lend support to each other.
To strive together to improve the quality of care and enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities.
To take a leadership role in influencing clinical education and research in matters pertaining to both patients and physicians with disabilities.
To act as a vehicle to inform and educate the public at large regarding the many facets of disabilities.
To be proactive in effectively influencing policies and laws affecting all people with disabilities.