RRH Interventional Spine & Pain Fellowship Program
Rochester Regional Health System
Location: Rochester, New York
Required Education: MD/DO
Has ACGME Accreditation:
Health Care System
Rochester Regional Health offers a unique opportunity to receive spine, pain medicine, cancer pain, cancer rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal medicine graduate training through our Interventional Spine and Pain Fellowship Program. We have integrated multiple disciplines to develop an interdisciplinary model of care which includes Physiatrists, Anesthesiologists, Neurosurgeons, Orthopedic Spine Surgeons and Behavioral Health providers.
Rochester Regional Health encompasses top-tiered facilities with diverse patient populations, access to innovative technology, cutting-edge research and nationally/internationally recognized faculty.
Our fellows are trained in a comprehensive model of care. We focus not only on fluoroscopically and ultrasound-guided procedural techniques – but also on diagnostics, physical examination skills, radiographic interpretation, pharmacologic therapies, rehabilitation medicine, advanced neuromodulation therapies and minimally invasive surgeries. Our fellows also have an opportunity to work with experts in palliative care, radiology, rehabilitation medicine, and integrative medicine, if interested.
The goals of our Interventional Spine & Pain Fellowship are:
Train the next generation of thought leaders in comprehensive spine and pain medicine
Educate fellows in the full spectrum of care
Contribute to the continued development of clinical research in spine, pain, and musculoskeletal medicine