UPMC Rehab Ground Rounds is our no-fee CME course available through the Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences. To take the CME evaluation and receive credit visit UPMCPhysician Resources.com and click on the Rehab Grand Rounds of your choosing.

The publication authors are residents with a faculty mentor and part of our residency program. Use the links below to view/download publications.

If you would like to receive our publication via US Mail email synnottm@upmc.edu.


WINTER 2016
Diagnosing Running Injuries: A Primer for Physiatrists
David Stone, MD, Tracy Knippel, MD, and Melissa Roscher, MD


SUMMER 2015
Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Epilepsy: Current Practice and Future Proposals for an Individualized Approach Gary Galang, MD, Stephanie Ferimer, MD, and Amy Wagner, MD


WINTER 2015
Physiatric Approach to Cancer Rehabilitation
Brian McMichael, MD and Yevgeniya Dvorkin Wininger, MD


FALL 2014
Cervicogenic Headache: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies
Eric Helm, MD and Robert Donlan, DO

To see a video demonstration of this technique, please visit this issue of Rehab Grand Rounds at UPMCPhysicianResources.com/RGRFall14.

WINTER 2014
Transfemoral Amputation and Prosthetic Prescription: What Every Physiatrist Needs to Know
Maria Twichell, MD and Erin Murdock, MD
Examples of LE Prosthetic Components.



SUMMER 2013
Sarcopenia: A Primer for Physiatrists
Michael Munin, MD, Marzena Buzanowska, MD, Jessica Berry, MD, Patrick Kortebein, MD

WINTER 2013
Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate Receptor Encephalitis: Diagnostic and Treatment Information for the Physiatrist
Angela Garcia, MD and Amy Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH



FALL 2012
Comprehensive Approach to the Management of Scapular Dyskinesia in the Overhead Throwing Athlete
Shailen Woods, MD, Gary Chimes, MD, PhD and Thomas Burnett, MD
Examples of exercises: Dyskinesis.pdf

WINTER 2012
Identfying and Managing Agitated Behavior After Traumatic Brain Injury
Cara Camiolo Reddy, MD, Justin Hong, MD, and Henry Huie, MD

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FALL 2011
Novel Techniques for Upper Extremity Training for Hemiparesis after Stroke
Jennifer Shen, MD and Kimberlee Leishear, DO

SPRING 2011
Tennis Elbow: Understanding a Physiatrist’s Approach to Management
Megan Cortazzo, MD and David DeChellis, DO

Winter 2011
Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity After Spinal Cord Injury
Amanda Harrington, MD and Avi Bhandary, MD



Summer2010
Double Jeopardy in Dual Diagnosis: Challenges in Patients with Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury and Brain Injury
Gary Galang, MD and Geeta Sathe, MD

Winter 2010
Hypogonadism in the Aging Male Athlete
Gary Chimes, MD, PhD and Justin Hong, MD

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Fall 2009
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Approach to Fibromyalgia
Betty Liu, MD and Tamia Patterson, MD

Summer 2009
Physiatric Approach to Sports Concussion
Cara Camiolo Reddy, MD and Maria Twichell, MD

Spring 2009
Diagnosis and Management of Lumbar Radiculopathy
Alan Chu,MD, Stephen O’Connell,DO, and Angela Garcia,MD



Winter 2008
Comprehensive Rehabilitation Approach to Improve Outcomes after Hip Fracture
Leonard Cabacungan,MD and Shailen Greene, MD

Summer/Fall 2008 Clinical Management of Upper Limb Spasticity
Michael Munin,MD and Joseph Kwok, DO

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Accreditation Statement
The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Each physician should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Other health care professionals are awarded 0.1 continuing education units (CEU) which are equivalent to 1.0 contact hours.

Disclosures
Doctors Shen and Leishear have reported no relationships with proprietary entities producing health care goods or services.

Instructions
To take the CME evaluation and receive credit, please visit UPMCPhysician
Resources.com
and click on the Rehab Grand Rounds of your choosing.

Note:
CME availability expires 12 months after publication.