The University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation publishes a quarterly/seasonal newsletter entitled Range of Motion, highlighting the efforts and accomplishments of all departments which are inter-related with CU PM&R.
Starting with the WINTER 2012-13 edition of Range of Motion, we have introduced a more interactive way of viewing the newsletter. Pages now flip book-style, you can share via email or social media directly from the page, as well as click on specific links and articles to help you navigate the newsletter and to take you to further reading of interesting topics on the web. Whether viewing on your desktop, laptop, or mobile device, the re-designed newsletter has been designed to enhance your reading experience. In a few weeks, we will also be releasing an electronic version of the newsletter through the Apple iTunes Store. You will be able to download the newsletter to your iPad or iPhone for reading at your leisure, as well as receive the most updated newsletter as soon as it is published. There are also plans of releasing Range of Motion through several other electronic conduits including the Barnes & Nobel Nook Store and the Amazon Kindle Store.
Of course, you can still download Range of Motion in .PDF format. We highly recommend using the latest version of the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader to ensure that you can view embedded media in our newsletter and to safeguard your computer against security flaws present in older versions. If you do not have Acrobat Reader XI, please visit http://getadobe.com/reader/ and download the latest version.
As always, your feedback on how to make the new-look Range of Motion newsletter better is always welcome. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, or problems concerning the technical aspects of the newsletter.
- RANGE OF MOTION - WINTER 2012-13 (7.4MB)
In This Issue: Chair's Corner w/ Dr. Dennis Matthews, Southern Strategy, Long and Gentle Meets Fast and Furious, Back to the Future, Faculty in Motion (Presentations, Publications, Awards and Appointments), PT Presentations and Posters - APTA Combined Sections Meeting San Diego, CA, Event Aims to Reduce Holidy Stress, New Faces
- RANGE OF MOTION - SUMMER 2012 (1.82MB)
In This Issue: Chair's Corner w/ Dr. Dennis Matthews, Upcoming Events, Gersten Day 2012, Education Summit Guides Pediatric Physical Therapy, Deborah Saint-Phard reflects on the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics, 5280's Top Doctors of 2012, Assistive Technology Partners Clinic Spotlight, Faculty in Motion (Presentations, Publications, Awards and Appointments), Student Awards, New Faces
- RANGE OF MOTION - FALL/WINTER 2011 (9MB)
In This Issue: Chair's Corner w/ Dr. Dennis Matthews, Upcoming Events, Growth Soars in Department, Spine Center Research Activities Hitting a Precipice, Physical Therapy at the Stout Street Clinic, Assisted Assembly at ATP, Assistive Technology Week, Faculty in Motion (Presentations, Publications, Awards and Appointments), New Faces, News Around the Web
- RANGE OF MOTION - SUMMER 2011 (15.1MB)
In This Issue: Chair's Corner w/ Dr. Dennis Matthews, Upcoming Events, Gersten Day 2011 in Review, Graduating Residents' & Fellows' Plans, Grants & Awards, New Faculty & Staff, Publications, Presentations, New Students, New Residents/Fellows, Accessible Electronics (Assistive Technology Partners), On the Web
- RANGE OF MOTION - Spring 2011 (8.99MB)
In This Issue: Gersten Day 2011 details, new website information, Chair's Corner w/ Dr. Dennis Matthews, PT Therapists visit Managua, Board of Regents Green-lights Ph.D. Rehab Science Program, News from Assistive Technology Partners, New Faces in PM&R, Faculty Grants & Presentations Update, Parkinson Association of the Rockies "Shake, Rattle & Stroll" event, Department Advisory Committee Updates & Promotions