ReDox

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Hey all,

I am interested in PM&R however my school does not have a program so I don't have much exposure to it. I was wondering what you guys knew about the programs in the south. I've read about some of the programs in the north like Rusk, Columbia/Cornell, etc. but not much of the south.

Thanks!
 

DOctorJay

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There are plenty of good programs in that geographic area. Baylor, LSU, Emory, UMiami/Jackson Memorial are all places you should be taking a look at.
 

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Umm UAB in birmingham is good... I go to medschool here and everyone is happy also PM&R funds a Pain fellow...
 
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Umm UAB in birmingham is good... I go to medschool here and everyone is happy also PM&R funds a Pain fellow...
I agree, UAB program is pretty good. I have interacted many of their residents and attendings and they all are pretty happy with the program.
 

ampaphb

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The Baylor/UT Alliance and San Antonio would be on most people's top 10 list. Baylor Dallas and UT Southwestern are both good mid-level programs.

Drs. Bayazitoglu at Baylor Dallas, Bruel at Southwestern, and Benny at the Alliance are all recent grads who are open and approachable.

We also have a number of folks on this board who practice in TX, but are not affiliated with a particular institution. Perhaps they could chime in, or could be PM'd for their insight.
 

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I am a not recent Baylor/UT alliance grad (actually the first year of the alliance), so much of my info is outdated. I still know many faculty there so I would be happy to give pros/cons by PM. I also know the PD at SanAntiono, but know little about the program.