Results Through Rehabilitation & Research
Populations helped: Patients with Spinal Cord Paralysis, Multiple Sclerosis, Other Forms of Paralysis, Parkinsonism
Problems helped: spasticity management, neurogenic bowel, neurogenic bladder, recovery from paralysis, and others
Treatments: BOTOX injections, corticosteroid joint injections, carpal tunnel syndrome, De Quervain's and Trigger Finger injections
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Subspecialty in Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, ABPMR
Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Weill Cornell Medical College
Sadowsky, C., & Stampas, A. (in press). Activity-Based Restorative Therapy. The Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Spinal Cord Injury.
Forman, S.B., Madden, K.B., & Stampas, A. (2010, June). Success of Oxandrolone in the Treatment of Decubitus Ulcers. J Drugs Dermatol.
Baker, N.E., Shi, W., Stampas, A., & Zapata, C. (2003, December). The Pineapple Eye Gene is Required for Survival of Drosophila Imaginal Disc Cells. Genetics, Vol. 165, 1869-1879.
Eramo, A., Fox, K., Smith, R.G., & Stampas, A. Hematologic Complications of Cancer. Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice. 1st Edition. Demos Medical Publishing.
Fox, K., Han, J., Smith, R.G., & Stampas, A. Gastrointestinal Complications of Cancer. Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice. 1st Edition. Demos Medical Publishing.
Galmer, L.Z., DO (New York Presbyterian Hospital Cornell/Columbia), & Stampas, A., MD (Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Center). (2011). Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) in Patient with Astroblastoma of the Brain and Spinal Cord, Successfully Treated With Cough Syrup Derivative: A Case Report. AAPM&R. Annual Assembly.
Keu, P., MD, Singh, S., MD (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine), & Stampas, A., MD. (2010). Motor Inhibition with Use of Topiramate in the Setting of Severe Neuropathy: A Case Study. AAPM&R. Annual Assembly.
PI: Edwards, D. Co-investigators: Alvedissian, M., Cortes, M., & Stampas, A. (ongoing study). Defining paradigms for optimal training in Spinal Cord Injury patients; comparison of two motor rehabilitation strategies: generalized and muscle-specific upper-limb robotic training.