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Physical Rehabilitation Medicine IME, Independent Medical Examination, Amputation, Bedsores, Decubitus Ulcers, Brain Injury, Physical Medicine Cancer Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine Cardiac Rehabilitation, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Ulnar Nerve Injury, Foot Drop, Neuropathy, Central Nervous System Degenerative Movement Disorders, Cerebrovascular Accidents, Stroke, Physical Medicine Stroke Rehabilitation, Cervical Spine Disorders, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, osteopathic

Current Position

Residency Program Director: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – A University Hospital

Chief, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: A University Hospital – NY

Previous Position

Clinical Director, Consultation Services: Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation


Undergraduate University of Arizona: Graduate and Professional
New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Westbury, New York: Doctor of Osteopathy, May 1998

Postdoctoral Training

Internship: Long Beach Medical Center, Long Beach, New York July 1998-June 1999

Residency: Johns Hopkins University-Sinai Hospital of Baltimore – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
July 1999- June 2002

Fellowship: Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation – Spinal Cord Injury Medicine July 2002- June 2003


New York


Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Board Certified Spinal Cord Injury Medicine; Narcotics Certification

Teaching Experience


Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine- Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: April 2000: “Impingement Syndrome of the Shoulder, literature review of rehabilitation aspects”; November 2000: “Entrapment Syndromes of the Upper Extremity”; February 2001 “Postconcussion Syndrome”

UMDNJ-Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation PM&R Departmental lectures: September 2002: “Anatomy of the thoracic spine”; October 2002:  “Functional Electrical Stimulaton in Spinal Cord Injury”

Mountainside Hospital Lectures:
August 2003- “Rehabilitation of low back injuries”
October 2003- “Treatment and Diagnosis of Spasticity in Upper Motor Neuron Lesions”
July 2004- “Management and treatment of pressure ulcers in the elderly”
March 2005- “Management and treatment of pain in the elderly”
February 2006- “Rehabilitation in Parkinson’s Disease”
July 2006- “The Benefit of Exercise in the Elderly”
November 2006- “Botox in the Treatment of Spasticity”

New Jersey Association of Orthotists’ and Prosthetists’

January 2007- “Rehabilitation after Stroke” – Saint Barnabas Medical Center Stroke Symposium

March 2007- “Rehabilitation after Spinal Cord Injury” – Grand Rounds- Hackensack University Medical Center

September 2007- “Rehabilitation after Stroke” – New Jersey Association of Orthotists’ and Prosthetists’

February 2008- “The Role of the Physiatrist in Wound Care” – Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation

November 2008- “Conservative Management of Back Pain” – North Shore- LIJ Spine Committee

January 2009- “Functional Outcome After Spinal Cord Injury” – Grand Rounds- North Shore University Hospital Department of Neurology

March 2009- “Rehabilitation for Low Back Pain” – Forest Hills Senior Center

April 2009- “Rehabilitation of the Individual with Neuropathy” – Neuropathy Support Group- North Shore University Hospital

University Appointments

Hospital Appointments

Long Island Jewish Hospital; North Shore University Hospital

Professional Societies

American Medical Association; American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Association of Academic Physiatrists; American Spinal Injury Association


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Awards/ Honors/ Other

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