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Strong PMR programs, besides RIC in the Midwest

Discussion in 'PM&R' started by FlyingTiger, Nov 14, 2002.

  1. FlyingTiger

    FlyingTiger New Member

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    I wanted to know what were considered the next 5 strong programs after RIC and Mayo in the Midwest. Also wanted to know if anyone knew anything about Ohio State or Pitts ?
     
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  3. drusso

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    I believe Ohio State is pretty good. I seem to remember that maybe they were a little heavy on the inpatient training side of things, but did offer excellent electrodiagnostic training. Also, University of Michigan is a strong midwest program as is University of Indiana (I think that's the program with Dr. Braddom author of one of the leading texts in the field...)
     
  4. Ligament

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    I agree with Dr. Russo,

    Dr. Braddom is indeed at Indiana University.

    Also, is Mayo technically in the midwest? I would certainly add this program.

    I matched at the Universtiy of Michigan program. Feel free to PM me for questions or just search on SDN or Scutwork.com for more info.

    Regards! Ligament
     

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