Department of Pediatric Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehab
Physical Medicine and Rehab
Texas Children's Hospital
Texas Children's Health Centers at Cyfair and Sugar Land
6621 FanninW21329Houston, TX 77030Get Map & Directions
Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Baylor College of Medicine
Temple University School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, 1977
The Thomas Jefferson University, Pediatrics, 1978Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1998
University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Physical Medicine and Rehab, 2001
University of Pennsylvania Health System, Neuro-Rehabilitation, 2003
Kim, C.T., Kim H.K., Wechsler B., Kim S.W.: Pneumatosis intestinalis following severe traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury 19(12): 1059-1061, November 2005.
Wechsler, B., Kim, H.K., Gallagher, P., DiScala, C., Stineman, M.G.: Functional Status after Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection & Critical Care 58(5): 940-950, May 2005.
Kim, H., Kim, S., Wechsler, B., Kim, CT.: The effect of single event multi-level chemoneurolysis in children with cerebral palsy. The 2nd World Congress of International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM I), Prague (Czech Republic), May 18-22, 2003,Ring, H., Soroker, N, editors, Monduzzi Editore S.p.A-Medimond Inc. 473-476.
Stineman, M.G., Wechsler, B., Ross, R. A method for measuring quality of life through subjective weighting of functional status. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 84(4): Suppl 2: 15-22, 2003.
Kim, H.K., Wechsler, B.: Amantadine for arousal in pediatric TBI. In: Proceedings of the First World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Peek, W.J., Lankhorst, G.J. editors, Monduzzi Editore S.P.A.- Medimond Inc., Amsterdam, p 629-634, 2001.
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