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 and they rotate through stations to learn about different areas of practice within the specialty. My station was the fluoroscopy suite, where they learned about evaluating and treating patients in pain, including the use of fluoroscopically-guided spinal injections for back pain, coccyx pain (tailbone pain), etc.

It is great to teach these students, since they will be our next generation of physicians. They were a terrific bunch.

Patrick Foye MD teaches Medical Students about PM&R, Spinal Injections, and Fluoroscopy

Patrick Foye MD (center) teaches about PM&R, Spinal Injections, and Fluoroscopy

Patrick Foye MD teaches Medical Students about PM&R and Fluoroscopy

Patrick Foye MD teaches Medical Students about PM&R and Fluoroscopy

Group Photo, Medical Students learn about PM&R

Group Photo, Medical Students learn about PM&R. Awesome group!

Patrick Foye, M.D.
Follow Me

Comments are closed.

Book Now Available! Click on the book to get it now:


Get the Book at www.TailbonePainBook.com