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October 26, 2018
PM&R Alumni Event at AAPMR - Orlando, FL
Dr. Smuck hosted the 2018 Alumni Social at the October 25-28 AAPM&R in Orlando, FL. We had an excellent turn out, current Faculty and Residents were able to reconnect with many of our past grads. A fun time was had by all. Please, if you did not receive an invite send us your email so we can update our Alumni List and we can catch up with you at the next one. You can send your updated email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 6, 2018
Eugene Roh serving as Team USA physician in the Winter Olympics 2018
Dr Eugene Roh, a native of South Korea, he traveled to Seoul in 1988 to atend the Summer Olympics. Now a clinical assistant professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the School of Medicine. Dr Roh is an expert in Sports Medicine and trears patients in the Stanford Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic in Redwood City, as well as Stanford athletics at the Sports Medicine Center at the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation. He specializes in nonoperative diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries using ultrasound and regenerative medicine.
Writer Grace Hammerstrom asked Dr Roh some questions abour his interests in Olympics and working with athletes, see full article here >
Our primary objective is to restore function to patients afflicted with the entire spectrum of musculoskeletal and neurologic disorders. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialists (also referred to as “physiatrists”) often diagnose and evaluate patients with back or joint pain, sports injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and amputations. The primary goal is to maximize function, often through focused physical therapies, medications, and non-operative interventions.
The Stanford rehabilitation professionals are amongst one of the largest networks on the west coast. Our physicians are located at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and St. Mary's Medical Center.
To learn more about patient services and referrals, please see Stanford Hospital & Clinics Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
At Stanford, the goal of the PM&R residency is to provide you with the environment and resources to help fulfill your highest professional potential as a physiatrist. The Internet and this website now provides instant and updated information about the residency program. Here you will find plenty of information about our world-class teaching faculty and their specialized expertise in a variety of clinical and research areas. Also, please look around the website to see our facilities and curriculum. I encourage you to apply to our program!
Josh Levin, MD - Program Director