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The AAP is a professional society for today's and tomorrow's leaders in academic physiatry - from medical students to department chairs to scientists. We offer a range of podcasts to support your mentorship, leadership and discovery.

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The AAP is a professional society for today's and tomorrow's leaders in academic physiatry - from medical students to department chairs to scientists. We offer a range of podcasts to support your mentorship, leadership and discovery.

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Association of Academic Physiatrists

Latest release on Aug 04, 2020

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The AAP is a professional society for today's and tomorrow's leaders in academic physiatry - from medical students to department chairs to scientists. We offer a range of podcasts to support your mentorship, leadership and discovery.

Rank #1: Physician Wellness with Lynne B. Hughes, Dr. Charles Odonkor & Dr. Julian Willoughby

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Learn specific tools and strategies for building resiliency, balancing work and personal lives, and maintaining control of your life throughout residency and fellowship training.

May 16 2017

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Rank #2: Corticosteroid Preparation and Dose in the Improvement of Shoulder Function and Pain

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Shoulder pain may arise from inflammation of the bursa separating the supraspinatus tendon from the coracoacromial ligament and acromion. The optimal treatment dose and preparation of intrabursal corticosteroid injection are unknown. Dr. Matthew Carroll is on this month's show talking about his study that found that neither dose nor preparation of injectable corticosteroid influences magnitude of improvement in function or pain experienced.

Jun 04 2018

17mins

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Rank #3: Aqua Lymphatic Therapy- Arm Disab., Q. of Life, Pain in Women w/ Chronic Breast Cancer Lymphedema

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Aqua Lymphatic Therapy- Arm Disab., Q. of Life, Pain in Women w/ Chronic Breast Cancer Lymphedema by Physiatry News

Oct 27 2016

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Rank #4: Pocket Mentor: How to Be Successful on a PM&R Elective

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In this episode, Barbara Kozminski, MD brings to you a session at Physiatry '19, the AAP's Annual Meeting, called "How to Be Successful on a PM&R Elective: Tackling the Rehab Assessment & Plan". The session presenters you will hear are Dr. Glendaliz Bosques, Associate Professor at UT Health/ TIRR Memorial Hermann/ McGovern Medical School, and Justin Schappell, MD, an incoming Resident at Mayo Clinic. You will also hear from medical student participants of Physiatry '19, who share their insights on the conference, sessions and PM&R interest.

Resources mentioned in the podcast:

International Classification of Function: www.who.int/classifications/icf/en
Glasgow Coma Scale: www.glasgowcomascale.org
ISNCSCI Exam: www.isncscialgorithm.com
ASIA Scale: www.asia-spinalinjury.org/learning

Apr 11 2019

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Rank #5: Career Opportunities in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Fellowship or No Fellowship

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Career Opportunities in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Fellowship or No Fellowship by Physiatry News

Oct 27 2016

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Rank #6: Applying to PM&R Residency: Secrets from Program Directors

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Application season is here for your dream PM&R residency, and we want to help you succeed! In this second part of choosing a PM&R residency program, PM&R Program Directors share their perspectives on the residency match process. You'll hear from Nicholas Ketchum, MD, Dixie Aragaki, MD and Miguel Escalon, MD on tips and tricks for making your application and interview stand out.

Sep 03 2019

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Rank #7: The Road to Chair: Interview with Sara Cuccurullo, MD

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Listen to the 3rd episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Chair of the RFC, interviews Sara Cuccurullo, MD, Chair and Residency Program Director at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School/ JFK Medical Center and Vice Chair of the AAP’s Chair Council. Dr. Cuccurullo shares her journey from choosing a career in medicine and PM&R to becoming a Chair, as well as insights and tips into work ethic, publishing, women in leadership, getting involved in PM&R societies, and more.

Oct 15 2019

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Rank #8: Physiatry, Pain Medicine, and the Opioid Crisis: A Focus on Function

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Drs. Marissa Pavlinich and Danielle Perret Karimi were the lead authors of this AAP position statement. In it, they make a case for more research into non-pharmacological pain interventions and more funding for physiatry residency programs. Their position statement is published in the November 2018 issue of the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Hear Drs. Pavlinich and Perret Karimi discuss their findings with the AAP's Journal Club podcast host, Dr. Eric Wisotzky.

Mar 04 2019

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Rank #9: Career Opportunities in PM&R: Pain Medicine

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Career Opportunities in PM&R: Pain Medicine by Physiatry News

Sep 09 2016

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Rank #10: Hypertonic Dextrose and Morrhuate Sodium Injections for Lateral Epicondylosis (Tennis Elbow)

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Hypertonic Dextrose and Morrhuate Sodium Injections for Lateral Epicondylosis (Tennis Elbow) by Physiatry News

Oct 27 2016

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Rank #11: Transitioning from Private Practice to Academic Medicine

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Learn what it's like to transition from Private Practice to Academic Medicine from two physiatrists (Barton Huddleston, MD and Ross Whitacre, MD) who have made the move. Hear their personal experience and unexpected challenges as they transitioned, as well as key differences between private practice and academia. They discuss their decision-making process about the transition, closing your private practice and communicating relevant information with your patients.

If you have ever considered a move from private practice to academic medicine, this podcast (brought to you by the AAP's Education Committee) is for you.

Mar 23 2020

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Rank #12: Pocket Mentor: Interview with Joel Frontera, MD

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The AAP's Medical Student Council brings you the next episode of Pocket Mentor, a forum for trainees to get to know leading PM&R physicians and navigate a fulfilling career in the field. In this episode, Barbara Kozminski, MD interviews Joel Frontera, MD, PM&R Residency Program Director, Vice Chair of Education and Assistant Professor at UT Health McGovern Medical School. Learn how he discovered physiatry, ways to stand out in the application process, how to prepare for an interview, and more.

You can follow the AAP's Medical Student Council on Twitter at AAPhysiatry_MSC and on Facebook at AAPhysiatryMSC.

Nov 25 2019

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Rank #13: Pocket Mentor: Interview with Miguel Escalon, MD

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The AAP's Medical Student Council brings you Pocket Mentor, a forum for trainees to get to know leading PM&R physicians and navigate a fulfilling career in the field. In this episode, Barbara Kozminski, MD interviews Miguel Escalon, MD, PM&R Residency Program Director and Director of Critical Care Rehabilitation at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Learn how he discovered physiatry, tips for standing out in your application and interview, possible career paths, and more.

You can follow the AAP's Medical Student Council on Twitter at AAPhysiatry_MSC and on Facebook at AAPhysiatryMSC.

Sep 30 2019

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Rank #14: Applying to PM&R Residency: Secrets from Residents

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Application season is here for your dream PM&R residency, and we want to help you succeed! In this first of two episodes, current PM&R residents Allison Schroeder, MD, Amy Unwin, MD and Jonathan Ramin, DO share their pearls and pitfalls of the application and interview process.

Sep 03 2019

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Rank #15: The Road to Chair: Interview with David J. Kennedy, MD

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We are proud to bring you the 2nd episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Chair of the RFC, interviews David J. (DJ) Kennedy, MD, Chair and Professor of PM&R at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Kennedy shares his journey from choosing PM&R as a career to becoming a Chair, as well as tips for trainees and early-career physiatrists.

Aug 01 2019

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Rank #16: Career Opportunities in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Research in PM&R

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Career Opportunities in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Research in PM&R by Physiatry News

Oct 27 2016

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Rank #17: Career Opportunities in PM&R: Financial Issues Affecting Trainees

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Career Opportunities in PM&R: Financial Issues Affecting Trainees by Physiatry News

Sep 09 2016

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Rank #18: The Road to Chair: Interview with Joel Stein, MD

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Welcome to The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this inaugural episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Vice Chair of the RFC, interviews Joel Stein, MD, Physiatrist-in-Chief at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Professor and Chair of Rehabilitation Medicine at Columbia University, and Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Stein shares his journey to Chair and tips for trainees and early-career physiatrists.

Jan 10 2019

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Rank #19: Pocket Mentor: Success in the PM&R Match

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If you're a medical student thinking about entering into physiatry, this episode is a must listen! Our Pocket Mentor host Barbara Kozminski, MD brings to you a session at Physiatry '19, the AAP's Annual Meeting, called "Success in the PM&R Match: Roundtables with Residency Directors". The residency program directors you will hear from are Monica Rho, MD (Northwestern University/ Shirley Ryab AbilityLab), Anne Felicia Ambrose, MD (Burke Rehabilitation Hospital), Joel Frontera, MD (McGovern Medical School at UTHealth) and Miguel Escalon, MD (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai). You will hear advice on choosing PM&R as your specialty, becoming a competitive applicant, away rotations, crafting a standout application, and more.

Jul 17 2019

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Rank #20: Career Opportunities in PM&R: Brain Injury Medicine Fellowship

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Sep 09 2016

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The Research Path: Interview with Prakash Jayabalan, MD, PhD

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In this podcast, Barbara Kozminski, MD interviews Prakash Jayabalan, MD, PhD, Clinician-Scientist in Sports Medicine at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Assistant Professor in PM&R at Northwestern University, and member of the AAP's Board of Trustees and Research Committee. Dr. Jayabalan shares his path to becoming a successful researcher. He also gives insights into the AAP's RMSTP, insights on his big projects, common mistakes you can avoid in research, and more.

Aug 04 2020

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The Road to Chair: Interview with Joel DeLisa, MD

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Listen to the 6th episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Allison Schroeder, MD, Former Member of the RFC, interviews Joel DeLisa, MD, Professor and Chair Emeritus of PM&R at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School, Founding Director of the Kessler Foundation Research Center, renowned author and researcher, Past President of the AAP and ISPRM, and much more. Dr. DeLisa shares his journey from choosing a career in medicine to becoming a Department Chair, as well as insights into his service in the Army, publishing important textbooks, preparing to become Chair, expanding Rutgers' research arm, and more.

Jul 21 2020

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The War on COVID-19 Pandemic: Role of Rehabilitation Professionals & Hospitals

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A very timely and important article for all PM&R professionals is here. Our host Eric Wistozky, MD, joined by Michael Farrell, MD, interviews Mooyeon Oh-Park, MD, MS, Chief Medical Officer for Burke Rehabilitation Hospital in White Plains, NY.

Dr. Oh-Park describes the anticipated rehabilitation demands and the strategies to meet the needs of the COVID-19 population. You can read her full article, published in AJPM&R, here: https://journals.lww.com/ajpmr/Abstract/2020/07000/The_War_on_COVID_19_Pandemic__Role_of.2.aspx.

Jul 07 2020

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Pocket Mentor: Wheelchair Basics with R. Lee Kirby, MD

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R. Lee Kirby, MD, Professor of PM&R and head of the Wheelchair Research Team at Dalhousie University, shares fundamental concepts that medical students can apply when providing care to patients who use wheelchairs. Topics in this episode include: history and examination, overcoming physical barriers in the clinical environment, and common injuries associated with wheelchair use.

Check out wheelchairskillsprogram.ca to learn more about the Wheelchair Skills Program.

Jun 23 2020

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Career Chats: An Interview with Michael O'Dell, MD

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In this podcast, Neal Rakesh, MD interviews Michael O'Dell, MD, Chief of Clinical Services and Attending Physiatrist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Get insights into his academic career that led him to his numerous contributions to the field. You will also hear what it was like to help start the field of AIDS rehabilitation, how PM&R fit into the creation of new fields, and a behind-the-scenes look at the AAP's Program for Academic Leadership (PAL). Finally, they touch on some of his failures and how he worked through them, and advice to others to navigate through similar challenges.

Jun 09 2020

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Implicit Bias with Dr. Quinn Capers

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Quinn Capers IV, MD is an Interventional Cardiologist, Professor of Medicine, and the Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Capers has also led workshops that have collectively trained over 1,000 physicians and healthcare providers in strategies to reduce implicit bias. His recent study on implicit bias is the first to document the presence and extent of unconscious racial bias in medical school admissions.

Dr. Capers was a keynote speaker at the AAP's 2020 Annual Meeting. Allison Schroeder, MD, caught up with Dr. Capers (@DrQuinnCapers4) after his presentation to learn more about the definition of implicit (unconscious) bias and how it can influence our behavior. Implicit biases affect not only how we treat our patients, but also how we select applicants for admissions into medical schools and residency. He offers research-proven advice on how we can overcome our implicit biases.

Jun 02 2020

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Words of Wellness: Episode 2

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Ever wonder why PM&R was ranked third highest for physician burnout? Want to know what we can do about this at an institutional and personal level? Listen to Dr. Gerard Francisco, a past AAP President, current CMO at TIRR Memorial Hermann, and co-author of the ABPM&R study on burnout in physiatrists, share his thoughts.

This podcast is brought to you by the AAP's Resident/ Fellow Council Well-being Subcommittee!

May 26 2020

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Impact of the Absence of a Bulbocavernosus Reflex in the Postoperative Period Following a TSCI

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Listen to the newest episode of the AJPM&R Journal Club podcast. Our host Eric Wistozky, MD, joined by Suzanne Groah, MD, interviews Andréane Richard-Denis, MD of the University of Montréal on her study published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: “The functional impact of the absence of a bulbocavernosus reflex in the postoperative period following a motor-complete traumatic spinal cord injury.”

Find the full study here: https://journals.lww.com/ajpmr/Abstract/9000/The_functional_impact_of_the_absence_of_a.98072.aspx

May 12 2020

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Demystifying the Boards: An Interview with ABPMR

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Dr. Carolyn Kinney of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR) spoke at the AAP / ISPRM 2020 meeting at the session "Demystifying the Boards." In this podcast, we discussed content covered in this session including changes to Part 2 of the board examination. Additionally, we explore accommodations that ABPMR has made for those with lapses in training or those in need of special accommodations during the board examinations and other changes that have been made in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Apr 28 2020

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Canada Miniseries, Episode 3: Research & The Future

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This episode is part three of a three-part series that includes interviews with Canadian physiatrists and physiatry residents. In this episode, they share thoughts on the importance of research, describe some of their research interests and projects, comment on how research affects their clinical practice, and suggest future directions for PM&R.

Apr 21 2020

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Canada Miniseries, Episode 2: Discovering & Defining PM&R

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This episode is part two of a three-part series that includes interviews with Canadian physiatrists and residents. In this episode, they share how they discovered PM&R and how they define the specialty. The second half of the episode includes comments from physiatrists on an assortment of topics including intrathecal baclofen, involvement in professional PM&R organizations, and comparing practice environments in the US and Canada.

Apr 14 2020

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Canada Miniseries, Episode 1: Advice for Medical Students

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This episode is part one of a three-part series that includes interviews with Canadian physiatrists and residents. In this episode, they share their experiences and advice for medical students on topics including choosing a specialty, having successful elective experiences, selecting residency programs, and planning the early stages of a career. Specific topics can be found at the times noted below.
Part 1: General advice for medical students (1:48 – 18:35)
Part 2: Residency and fellowship programs (18:36 – 30:54)
Part 3: Mentors (30:55- 34:54)
Part 4: Early career advice and experiences (34:55 – 48:04)
Part 5: Acquiring new skills after residency, POCUS, and wellness (48:05 – 52:41)

Apr 06 2020

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Transitioning from Private Practice to Academic Medicine

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Learn what it's like to transition from Private Practice to Academic Medicine from two physiatrists (Barton Huddleston, MD and Ross Whitacre, MD) who have made the move. Hear their personal experience and unexpected challenges as they transitioned, as well as key differences between private practice and academia. They discuss their decision-making process about the transition, closing your private practice and communicating relevant information with your patients.

If you have ever considered a move from private practice to academic medicine, this podcast (brought to you by the AAP's Education Committee) is for you.

Mar 23 2020

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Current Challenges & Opportunities for the Disability Community Internationally

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Hear the latest on challenges and opportunities for the disability community in the United States and internationally, including issues related to medical school application and attendance.

Brought to you by the AAP's Education Committee!

Mar 11 2020

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Words of Wellness: Episode 1

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Introducing a new podcast series dedicated to physician wellness, brought to you by the AAP’s Resident/ Fellow Council Well-being Subcommittee!

Get resources and inspiration to intentionally practice wellness and encourage your peers to live a more balanced life. In this first podcast, members of the subcommittee share recent wellness activities that they have participated in within their PM&R departments – from comedy outings to exercises classes to meditation and much more.

Find even more wellness tips and resources at www.physiatry.org/PhysicianWellness.

Feb 25 2020

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Effects of Home Exercises on Shoulder Pain and Pathology in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury

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The next episode of the AJPM&R Journal Club podcast is here! Our host Eric Wistozky, MD, joined by Marla Petriello, DO, interviews Robert Irwin, MD on his study published in an upcoming issue of the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: “Effects of Home Exercises on Shoulder Pain and Pathology in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury: A Randomized Control Trial.” Learn more about if a 12-week exercise program will reduce pain over their lifetime and change quantitative ultrasound techniques.

Find the full study here: https://journals.lww.com/ajpmr/Abstract/publishahead/Effects_of_Home_Exercises_on_Shoulder_Pain_and.98096.aspx.

Feb 10 2020

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Pocket Mentor: Interview with Jennifer Zumsteg, MD

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The AAP's Medical Student Council brings you the next episode of Pocket Mentor, a forum for trainees to get to know leading PM&R physicians and navigate a fulfilling career in the field. In this episode, Barbara Kozminski, MD interviews Jennifer Zumsteg, MD, PM&R Residency Program Director, TBI Rehabilitation Medical Director, and BIM Fellowship Program Co-Director at the University of Washington. Learn how she discovered physiatry, how to prepare for applications and interviews, and more.

You can follow the AAP's Medical Student Council on Twitter at AAPhysiatry_MSC and on Facebook at AAPhysiatryMSC.

To access the book Dr. Zumsteg referenced in the interview, visit https://www.amazon.com/How-Choose-Medical-Specialty-Sixth/dp/0997911506/ref=pd_sbs_14_img_0/144-9409268-5758529.

Jan 27 2020

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The Road to Chair: Interview with Carmen Terzic, MD, PhD

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Listen to the 5th episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Chair of the RFC, interviews Carmen Terzic, MD, PhD, Department Chair and Professor of PM&R at Mayo Clinic Rochester. Dr. Terzic shares her journey from choosing a career in medicine to becoming a Department Chair, as well as insights and tips on getting into research, advancing in your career, and much more.

Jan 14 2020

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The Road to Chair: Interview with Pablo Celnik, MD

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Listen to the 4th episode of The Road to Chair, a podcast series developed by the AAP's Resident/Fellow Council (RFC). In this episode, Neal Rakesh, MD, Chair of the RFC, interviews Pablo Celnik, MD, Department Chair of PM&R at Johns Hopkins University, Professor of PM&R, Neurology and Neuroscience, Physiatrist-in-Chief at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Member-at-Large on the AAP's Board of Trustees. Dr. Celnik shares his journey from choosing a career in medicine and PM&R to becoming a Chair, as well as insights and tips on developing a research career, research funding, reputation management, being engaged, and more.

For more information on Dr. Celnik's and Johns Hopkins' research endeavors, visit: www.hopkinsmedicine.org/physical_medicine_rehabilitation/research

Dec 09 2019

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Pocket Mentor: Interview with Joel Frontera, MD

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The AAP's Medical Student Council brings you the next episode of Pocket Mentor, a forum for trainees to get to know leading PM&R physicians and navigate a fulfilling career in the field. In this episode, Barbara Kozminski, MD interviews Joel Frontera, MD, PM&R Residency Program Director, Vice Chair of Education and Assistant Professor at UT Health McGovern Medical School. Learn how he discovered physiatry, ways to stand out in the application process, how to prepare for an interview, and more.

You can follow the AAP's Medical Student Council on Twitter at AAPhysiatry_MSC and on Facebook at AAPhysiatryMSC.

Nov 25 2019

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