Charles E. Levy
Charles E. Levy is the Chief of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service, North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health Service, and an Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, College of Public Health and Health Professions, University of Florida. Dr. Levy is leading the effort in the NF/SG VHS to care for U.S. veterans of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan with mild traumatic brain injury. Dr. Levy also leads the Low ADL Monitoring Program, an innovative telerehabilitation/care coordination service that has gained national attention. He has testified before Congress of the United Sates on the use and development of telemedicine technologies in rehabilitation and is directing a clinical demonstration project concerning in-home videoconferencing for home telerehabilitation. Ongoing interests include wheeled mobility and the use of interactive virtual world environments and virtual humans to treat cognitive and affective impairments in returning combat veterans. Dr. Levy is also the Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Center for Arts in Healthcare, Research and Education, and a Charter Member of the Advisory Board for the College of Orthotics and Prosthetics at St. Petersburg College.
Biography Updated on 20 January 2010