30 Years since Arriving at New Jersey Medical School

Dr. Patrick Foye reviews his thoughts on 30 years since first coming to New Jersey Medical School (NJMS). Dr. Foye arrived at NJMS in ~August-September 1998, starting medical school. At the time, NJMS was part of UMDNJ (the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey). He graduated from medical school 4 years later, receiving […]

Patrick Foye, MD, is Board Certified since 1997

Patrick M. Foye, M.D., is a physician (medical doctor) who is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation since 1997.

American Board of PM&R, Patrick M Foye, MD

Dr. Foye is also Board Certified in Pain Medicine, since 2004.

Dr. Foye is the Founder and Director of the Coccyx Pain Center (Tailbone Pain Center) […]

I’m In My Bookshelf! Making Tailbone Pain Videos. :-)

I’m In My Bookshelf! Making Tailbone Pain Videos. This is very break from my series of coccyx pain videos that have been giving you highlights from the chapters of Dr. Foye’s book, “Tailbone Pain Relief Now!” In this video, I show you how I make the educational videos that I have been posting online. Summary: […]

Dr. Patrick Foye's Board Certification Renewed Through 2027

Dr. Patrick Foye’s Board Certification Renewed Through 2027 In the United States, to be a physician (M.D., Medical Doctor) in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) essentially requires the following: 4 years of college 4 years of medical school 4 years of internship/residency training Next is “Board Certification”, which is a combination of […]

Teaching Medical Students about PM&R, Fluoroscopy, etc

Yesterday, I really enjoyed teaching medical students about my field: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).

Throughout the year I teach medical students where I work, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.

But this once-a-year “Medical Student Fair” brings in medical students from many different medical schools from around the country.

The students learn about PM&R […]

Addiction, Opioid Conference at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Today I attended a terrific conference on Addiction and Opioids, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS).

Addiction, Opioid, Suboxone, Conference at Rutgers NJMS, 2017

Patrick Foye, MD, at an Addiction, Opioid Conference, Rutgers NJMS, 2017

Addiction, Opioid Conference, Rutgers NJMS, Petros Levounis, MD, Lecturing, 2017

Classification of Opioids, Rutgers NJMS, […]

Pain Conference was Awesome, NJSIPP and NYSIPP

Dr. Foye recently attended the Pain Medicine Symposium 2017, which is a medical conference for pain management physicians.

The conference was run by the New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (NYSIPP) and the New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (NJSIPP).

There were physician experts speaking and attending from around the world. Modern treatments […]

Why Doctors Specialize in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

There are many reasons why doctors choose to specialize in a given area of medicine.

The video below was done by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) regarding why doctors choose to specialize in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). It features Patrick Foye, M.D., and other PM&R physicians.

To come to […]

Appreciation Award Given to Dr Patrick Foye, MD

Dr Patrick Foye MD, PMR Appreciation Award 2017

2017 Appreciation Award Given to Dr. Patrick Foye, M.D. At this year’s graduation ceremonies for graduating residents physicians and fellows, the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School presented the Department’s “Appreciation Award” to Dr. Foye, in honor of his almost-five-years serving as Interim Chair of the Department. To come […]

Photos from 20 years ago

Photos from ~20 years ago #FBF (Flash-back Friday) with Dr. Denise Campagnolo (she was #NJMS/Kessler #PMandR Residency Director in that era). I found these today. But I’m not sure who that guy is with the thick, dark, hair. -Dr. Foye […]

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