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    Only 1 elective in PM&R. Am I in trouble?

    Due to personal circumstances along with my other M4 requirements, I may only be able to do 1 PM&R elective prior to applying for residency. I have had exposure to the field through research and a couple of conferences. I am planning on doing 1-2 more electives after submitting my application...
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    Medical Scribe/Intern Opportunity in the Bay Area, CA

    This is an exciting opportunity for the aspiring medical student, during a gap year between undergraduate studies and medical school, to assist in the treatment of patients in the heart of Silicon Valley as part of a busy Workers Comp Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Pain Management, Sports...
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    What sub-I to pick for PM&R?

    My school offers sub-I's in IM, peds, obgyn, surgery, psychiatry, family medicine. I am deciding between IM or peds. IM because I think it will be more beneficial for intern year and residency thereafter. Peds because I enjoy working with kids and am considering peds PM&R (not 100% set on it)...
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    Stick with DPT or move to PM&R?

    I am only a month into DPT school and don’t get me wrong, I LOVE it. But I find myself thinking, “should I have gone to medical school?” I think PT is what I want to do. Senior year of high school, when you’re supposed to make a college decision that effects the next 4-6 years of your life, I...
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    Position Wanted Neuro PGY1 looking for PGY2/PGY1 including diff specialties

    I’m a Neuro PGY-1 in Midwest finishing IM intern year and looking to transfer to other specialties (FM, IM, PM&R, radiology, or Neuro). Ok with either PGY-1 available positions or PGY-2 swap. Replay or message me if interested!
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    Medical Why a Hands-on Approach to Patient Care Is Important to This Aspiring Physiatrist

    Learn how real students navigate their way through the medical school admissions process and med school itself with our What Is Medical School Really Like? series. Meet Becca, a hiking enthusiast and OMS3 who hopes to dispel misconceptions about individuals with disabilities. Thank you, Becca...
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    Difference between Physical Therapist and Physiatrist

    I’ve been trying to find a clear cut answer to this but I can’t seem to find one. What I’ve found is that physiatrists are able to perform more procedures, they usually lead a team of specialists (PTs, OTs, nurses, etc.), and they prescribe exercise programs for the patients. I’ve also seen that...
  8. Osteoimposter

    FM vs PM&R and the future

    MS3 here, having some issues deciding what I should go into (decisions being made soon). I talked to a pulmonologist today who was going to "give me advice" and he basically crushed both FM and PMR with an iron fist. His quote was "throw FM out, that field is dead in 10 years". He claimed that...
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    [Official] 2019-2020 PM&R Away Rotations

    Hey all! I'm a 3rd year med student applying to PM&R this fall. I wanted to start a discussion thread as a resource regarding all things VSAS/VSLO/timeline/program characteristics/student expectations/etc. for those of us planning away/audition rotations. There was a similar thread started last...
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    Position Swap FM PGY2 (Dallas, TX) with PM&R PGY2 anywhere

    I'm in Family Medicine right now in Dallas, TX. There is nothing wrong with my program, it is absolutely great and the city is awesome! But after working with a PM&R attendee, I realized PM&R is likely the best fit for me and the patient population I should be caring for.
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    Position Wanted Looking for PGY-2 for PM&R

    Hey currently finishing up my intern year in General Surgery. Does anyone know any vacancy in any programs?
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    Beaumont Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Taylor Program (Michigan)

    Hi! I am one of the PM&R residents at Beaumont Hospital in Taylor, Michigan and I am writing this on behalf of my program. I want to let those interested in PM&R know that our program is "new" as it recently transitioned from Wayne State University to Beaumont Health. The program originally...
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    Other Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at Beaumont Hospital-Taylor

    Hi! I am one of the PM&R residents at Beaumont Hospital in Taylor, Michigan and I am writing this on behalf of my program. I want to let those interested in PM&R know that our program is "new" as it recently transitioned from Wayne State University to Beaumont Health. The program originally...
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    Position Available ACGME-accredited Brain Injury fellowship now accepting applications

    The department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is now accepting applications for our ACGME-accredited Brain Injury fellowship. For more information you can go to our website: residency.med.psu.edu/programs/brain-injury-fellowship/ or...
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    Position Available ACGME-accredited Spinal Cord Injury fellowship now accepting applications

    The department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is now accepting applications for our ACGME-accredited Spinal Cord Injury fellowship. For more information you can go to our website...
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    Open PGY-2 Position in PM&R for July 2018

    Due to an unfortunate situation with one of our PGY-1's not being able to complete their preliminary year, Penn State Hershey Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is now looking for an applicant to fill our PGY-2 position to start THIS July, 2018 (in 3 weeks). Please contact our program...
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    Position Available Open PGY-2 Position in PM&R for July 2018

    Due to an unfortunate situation with one of our PGY-1's not being able to complete their preliminary year, Penn State Hershey Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is now looking for an applicant to fill our PGY-2 position to start THIS July, 2018 (in 3 weeks). Please contact our program...
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