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Feb 7, 2013
    Spine and Musculoskeletal Fellowship at the New England Baptist Hospital, Boston MA with James Rainville, MD

    There is 1 PM&R fellowship position opening due to a withdrawal from the position because of serious illness. Fellowship year is from Aug 1, 2013 - July 31, 2014.

    The Spine Center offers a one-year training program geared towards the development of outstanding clinical skills in evaluation, treatment and management of a broad variety of spinal disorders as well as other general musculoskeletal conditions. Clinical skills in the outpatient evaluation and examination of spinal pain through sound physical examination techniques and radiographic assessment are emphasized. The fellow will become proficient in reading his/her own imaging. The fellow will have solely performed about 1,000 interventional procedures by the end of the fellowship year. Exposure to various spinal injections include cervical, thoracic and lumbar epidurals, transforaminals, medial branch blocks, rhizotomies, discograms, kyphosplasties, sacroiliac joint injections and other large joint injections.

    Fellows are expected to be actively involved in a research and education project(s) and publication for successful completion. Approximately 50% of the fellow's time is spent in the outpatient clinic, 40% procedures/spinal injections and 10% EMG clinic and research.

    If you are interested contact James Rainville at [email protected] or visit www.nebh.org for more information.
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