Life is full of little aches and pains, such as in your hand, wrist, and elbow. But how do you know when the situation is serious enough to seek medical attention?
Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation since 1995
Emory University Hospital Assistant Clinical Professor, Atlanta, Georgia; 1998 – 2000
Teacher of the Year Award, Emory University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; 1998 – 1999
U.S. Paralympic Games, Venue Medical Officer for Cycling and Archery; 1996
Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society – Baylor University, Waco, Texas; 1983 – 1986
Baylor University, Waco, Texas; 1986
Degree: Bachelor of Science, Biology
University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, Texas; 1990
Degree: Doctor of Medicine
Internal Medicine – University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, Texas; 1990 – 1991
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois; 1991 – 1994
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