The fellowship program consists of a one-year comprehensive curriculum emphasizing academic and clinical excellence. The training sites include Mount Sinai Beth Israel Petrie Campus/ Mount Sinai Campus and the Phillips Ambulatory Care Center (PACC). Mount Sinai Beth Israel has attained National and International notoriety for many of its sub-specialty programs such as: Orthopaedics, Neurology, Cardiology, and Pain Management. Five full time physiatrists with a combined 19,000 plus patient visits per year and 3,500 plus interventional procedures per year actively participate in didactive and clinical education for the fellows.
Commencing August 1st and terminating July 31st of the next academic year, approximately 70% of your time will be spent in clinical activities including: outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitation diagnosis and treatment, theory and application of peripheral and spinal injections, pre-season sports physical examinations, and electrodiagnostic testing. Osteopathic Principles and Practices will be taught and manipulative therapies utilized. In addition, time will be spent in clinical and academic teaching, research and program development.
Four weeks vacation and five days for CME are allowed upon approval by the fellowship coordinator. On call schedule is possible for in-patient coverage. Salary is based upon education. Refer to Terms and Conditions link on the web site for further details. This is a non-ACGME approved program.
Trigger Point Injections Joint Injections Nerve Block Injections Epidural Injections Facet Injections Acupuncture Discography Radio Frequency Ablation Compartment Pressure Testing Simplicity Ultrasound Guided Techniques Idet Decompression Electromyography
Director: Robert Gotlin, DO
About Mount Sinai Spine Center
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