Instituto de Medicina Física e de Reabilitação - HC/IMREA

O Instituto de Medicina Física e de Reabilitação (IMREA) da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo, Hospital das Clínicas, (FMUSP-HC) teve início em 1958, quando a USP firmou um convênio com a Organização das Nações Unidas (ONU) criando o Instituto Nacional de Reabilitação (INAR), mais tarde denominado Instituto de Reabilitação (IR), que inspirou estudos e pesquisas que resultaram na criação do Centro de Reabilitação do Hospital das Clínicas, inaugurado em 1975. Inicialmente denominado Divisão de Reabilitação Profissional de Vergueiro (DRPV), em julho de 1994 passou a se chamar Divisão de Medicina de Reabilitação (DMR). Em janeiro de 2009, tornou-se mais um Instituto do Sistema FMUSP-HC, recebendo sua atual denominação. Possui, atualmente, quatro unidades: Vila Mariana, Lapa, Umarizal e Clínicas, que, atualmente, integram a Rede de Reabilitação Lucy Montoro.

Atende aos portadores de deficiência física, transitória ou definitiva, buscando desenvolver o seu potencial físico, psicológico, social, profissional e educacional, através de serviços médicos especializados com equipe multiprofissional onde trabalham médicos, enfermeiros, assistentes sociais, terapeutas ocupacionais, fisioterapeutas, fonoaudiólogos, odontólogos e psicólogos.

Site oficial: http://www.redelucymontoro.org.br

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Recent Submissions

  1. Using resting-state electroencephalography to predict motor function improvement in spinal cord injury patients: a machine learning approach

    NEUROLOGY, v.96, n.15, suppl.S, 2021

  2. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis of the Implementation of Public Health Policies on HTLV-1 in Brazil

    FRONTIERS IN MEDICINE, v.9, article ID 859115, 11p, 2022

    Human T lymphotropic virus 1 (HTLV-1) is a public health issue for most countries and imposes important consequences on patients' health and socioeconomic status. Brazil is one of the global leaders of the public health response to these viruses. The country has challenges to overcome to implemen...

  3. Specific Electroencephalographic Signatures for Pain and Descending Pain Inhibitory System in Spinal Cord Injury

    PAIN MEDICINE, v.23, n.5, p.955-964, 2022

    Objectives The pain related to spinal cord injury (SCI) is difficult to treat, and it is associated with significant morbidity. One aspect to improve therapeutics is to explore markers of pain and its correlates in SCI. Methods In this cross-sectional neurophysiological analysis of a randomized, ...

  4. Persistent symptoms and decreased health-related quality of life after symptomatic pediatric COVID-19: A prospective study in a Latin American tertiary hospital (vol 76, e3511, 2021)

    CLINICS, v.77, article ID 100024, 1p, 2022

  5. Dor neuropática

    Stump, Patrick Raymond Nicolas Andre Ghislain; Ling, Dai. Dor neuropática. In: Hsing, Wu Tu; Tsai, André Wan Wen; Rohde, Ciro Blujus dos Santos (eds); Auler Junior, José Otávio Costa; Yu, Luis (coords). Acupuntura e medicina tradicional chinesa. RIO DE JANEIRO: Atheneu, 2019. p.291-305. (Manual do médico-residente do Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo)

  6. Cervicalgia

    Ling, Dai. Cervicalgia. In: Hsing, Wu Tu; Tsai, André Wan Wen; Rohde, Ciro Blujus dos Santos (eds); Auler Junior, José Otávio Costa; Yu, Luis (coords). Acupuntura e medicina tradicional chinesa. RIO DE JANEIRO: Atheneu, 2019. p.187-199. (Manual do médico-residente do Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo)

  7. EEG theta and beta bands as brain oscillations for different knee osteoarthritis phenotypes according to disease severity

    SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v.12, n.1, article ID 1480, 15p, 2022

    This study aims to investigate the multivariate relationship between different sociodemographic, clinical, and neurophysiological variables with resting-state, high-definition, EEG spectral power in subjects with chronic knee osteoarthritis (OA) pain. This was a cross-sectional study. Sociodemogr...

  8. Cohort Profile of the International Spinal Cord Injury Community Survey Implemented in 22 Countries

    ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION, v.101, n.12, p.2103-2111, 2020

    Objectives: To detail the methodological features of the first International Spinal Cord Injury (InSCI) Community Survey by describing recruitment and data collection procedures, and to report on the recruitment results and basic characteristics of participants by country and income setting. Desi...

  9. Acupuncture for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: a randomised controlled pilot study

    BMJ SUPPORTIVE & PALLIATIVE CARE, v.12, n.1, p.64-72, 2022

    Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) can cause loss of independence and poor quality of life (QoL) due to severe disabilities, but in spite of its importance there is still a lack of data for the management of CIPN. Acupuncture has showed promising results and may be a cost-effective...

  10. Appraising the effectiveness of electrical and magnetic brain stimulation techniques in acute major depressive episodes: an umbrella review of meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials

    BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY, v.43, n.5, p.514-524, 2021

    Electrical and magnetic brain stimulation techniques present distinct mechanisms and efficacy in the acute treatment of depression. This was an umbrella review of meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of brain stimulation techniques for managing acute major depressive episodes. A systemat...