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Discussion in 'PM&R' started by appollo7927, May 9, 2007.

  1. appollo7927

    appollo7927

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    Hope everyone is getting some time to enjoy this good weather. I wanted to know what programs in PMR are the best suited for an interest in disorders of the spine. I am really interested in this area in particular. Is it necessary to get a fellowship in interventional spine or pain to work in the area of spine pain management and rehab? My grades and step 1 score in med school are less than average. How badly will this academic performance affect me? Is there anything I can do to improve my competetiveness such as research?

    I was also interested in doing research on spondyloarthropathies. Does it matter that the research was done under an ortho surgeon?

    one last question.....what are some programs that are not so competetive but would enable me to receive really good training in treating patients with spondyloarthropathies and other arthritic conditions?

    thanks for your time and help.
     
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  3. Ligament

    Ligament Interventional Pain Management Physician Lifetime Donor SDN Advisor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    University of Michigan without a doubt. Plenty of posts on here explaining why.
     
  4. appollo7927

    appollo7927

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    Thanks ligament. i found some helpful info searching the forum. going to do a few electives in pmr to learn more about it.
     
  5. TUCOMSam

    TUCOMSam Junior Member 5+ Year Member

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    LOL! THat was a short and sweet answer to the OP! ;) I don't think people know how to search for answers to questions anymore... hope I wasn't like that after my 4th post... but, alas, I'm sure I was.
     
  6. WaterAvatar

    WaterAvatar 2+ Year Member

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    Hey! So is there a way to search for answers to our probing questions without repeating a previous post?
     
  7. axm397

    axm397 SDN Moderator Moderator Physician SDN Advisor 10+ Year Member

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    yes - on top of your screen (where it says UserCP, FAQ, etc.) there is one that says "Search". You can use that function to search this forum or sdn in general for specific topics. So you can search for "sports medicine", for example...
     

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