Physiatry Information for Medical Professionals
We offer a unique fellowship in comprehensive advanced physiatric and musculoskeletal care, including interventional spine procedures (cervical and lumbar), diagnostic and interventional ultrasound, electrodiagnostics, regenerative medicine and concussion management. Learn more about the Spine and Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Condition & Treatment Highlights
The Physiatry Department is not only involved with the development of new non-invasive procedures, it also employs innovative research techniques to better understand and validate many non-operative or minimally invasive interventional procedures to treat spinal and sports-related injuries.
The information and articles in this section are written for physicians and other healthcare professionals. You can also view additional physiatry information for patients.
- Histological and Molecular Structure Characterization of Annular Collagen after Intradiskal Electrothermal Annuloplasty
Gregory E. Lutz, MD; Daniel Southern, MD; Ana Bracilovic, MD; Paul West, PhD; Mila Spevak, PhD; Nancy Pleshko Camacho, PhD; Stephen Doty, PhD
- EMG: Myths and Facts
Joseph H. Feinberg, MD, MS
- Electrodiagnostic Corner: Cervical Radiculopathy vs Parsonage Turner Syndrome: A Case Report
Joseph H. Feinberg, MD, MS ; David A. Doward, MD; Alita Gonsalves, MD
- Clinical outcomes of ultrasound-guided aspiration and lavage in calcific tendinosis of the shoulder
Julie T. Lin, MD; Ronald S. Adler, MD, PhD; Ana Bracilovic, MD; Grant Cooper, MD; Carolyn Sofka, MD; Gregory E. Lutz, MD
- Clinical Trial: Facet Joint Intra-articular Steroid Injections versus Caudal Epidural Steroid Injections to Treat Axial Back Pain in Grade 1-2 Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
Paul M. Cooke, MD