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Carolyn Faye Cheema

InstitutionUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
DepartmentRehabilitation Sciences
AddressOUTSC 2F09
4502 E 41st St
Tulsa OK 74135
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    1. He D, Sikora WA, James SA, Williamson JN, Lepak LV, Cheema CF, Sidorov E, Li S, Yang Y. Alteration in Resting-State Brain Activity in Stroke Survivors Following Repetitive Finger Stimulation. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2024 Jan 12. PMID: 38261754.
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    2. Williamson JN, Sikora WA, James SA, Parmar NJ, Lepak LV, Cheema CF, Refai HH, Wu DH, Sidorov EV, Dewald JPA, Yang Y. Cortical Reorganization of Early Somatosensory Processing in Hemiparetic Stroke. J Clin Med. 2022 Oct 31; 11(21). PMID: 36362680; PMCID: PMC9654771.
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    3. Cheema C, Baldwin J, Rodeghero J, Werneke MW, Mioduski JE, Jeffries L, Kucksdorf J, Shepherd M, Randall K, Dionne C. The effectiveness of post-professional physical therapist training in the treatment of chronic low back pain using a propensity score approach with machine learning. Musculoskeletal Care. 2022 09; 20(3):625-640. PMID: 35226394.
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