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Post-Polio Health©
(ISSN 1066-5331)
PHI's quarterly newsletter contains current information about the late effects of polio, updates about post-polio related and neuromuscular respiratory research, as well as articles that offer practical and useful advice by experienced survivors and health care professionals. Available with Membership.

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Promoting Positive Solutions

by Rhoda Olkin, PhD and Stephanie T. Machell, PsyD

Click logo to read experienced psychologists’ answers to PHI Members' questions.

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Click logo for answers to assure aging polio survivors receive appropriate medical treatment and care.

Handbook on the Late Effects of Poliomyelitis for Physicians and Survivors© (ISBN 0-931301-04-1 pbk, revised 1999) The 120-page, 6 x 9" book, edited by Frederick M. Maynard, MD, and Joan L. Headley, MS. Contains 90 post-polio related topics; the compilation of the research and experience of over 40 experts.
Remember POLIO? Have you heard about the LATE EFFECTS OF POLIO? ... for polio survivors, for families and friends, and for health professionals
CHINESE | FARSI | FRENCH | GERMAN | ITALIAN | JAPANESE | SPANISH
Brochure with information about the late effects of polio in three sections: for polio survivors, for families and friends, and for health professionals.
What is Post-Polio Syndrome?
Post-Polio Wellness Retreats
Major Topics of Interest
About Acute Polio

FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

Educational information specifically
for health professionals.

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Late effects of poliomyelitis ... for polio survivors, families and friends, for health professionals

For Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants

For Nurses

Exercise for Polio Survivors

Anesthesia Concerns for Polio Survivors

Pool/Water Therapy

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