NYDNRehab is pleased to announce our 2017 scholarship winners, Greg Stavinski and Daniel Kuchter.
Scholarship applicants were required to demonstrate a strong interest in biomedical related research, and an understanding of biomechanics and movement science as applies to rehabilitation. They were also required to articulate their perspectives on technology’s role in the future of rehab.
As you know, NYDNRehab is proud to be the first clinic utilizing research technology for functional diagnosis and treatment. Collectively, our professional staff has extensive experience in sports medicine, neurorehab, orthopedics, back pain treatment and pediatric rehabilitation. Our clinic employs the most advanced rehabilitation technology available in an outpatient setting.
Our goal is to set a new and unparalleled standard for physical therapy and rehabilitation using cutting edge technology and advanced methodology. It is in the interest of raising the bar that we support promising young students who wish to expand the body of research in the field.
NYDNRehab would like to thank the dozens of applicants who submitted essays. You made our selection process a challenge, and we wish you well in your future research endeavors. We also invite you to apply to future scholarship opportunities at NYDNRehab, and to visit our website frequently to stay abreast of the most current innovations in biomedical science and treatment.
Greg and Daniel will each receive $750 toward tuition and books at their respective institutions.
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