Depends...neuro is more acute oriented and deals almost exclusively with CNS related disorders. PM&R is more chronic disease oriented and does more musculoskeletal, sports, spine, occ med, etc. PM&R is a better avenue for interventional techniques and training. Both do electrodiagnostic medicine and pain management. The lifestyle and hours are better in PM&R. Some people say that the future of PM&R is uncertain because of changes in fhe funding of inpatient rehab, but the physiatrists I talk to say that while changes are occurring, these won't negatively impact the field to the extent that critics say so. There's plenty of neuro in rehab if that's your interest, even a few combined programs. I was considering both and chose PM&R because I wanted the musculoskeletal training and procedures that neuro did not offer. I also like the "big picture" "holistic" orientation of PM&R. Pretty much the only procedures that neurologists do are lumbar punctures...although this may changes with advances in interventional field. Good luck.