The Rochester Regional Health Interventional Spine, Pain & Musculoskeletal Medicine Fellowship provides a unique opportunity to receive spine, pain medicine, cancer pain, cancer rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal medicine graduate training through our fellowship program. We have an integrated, interdisciplinary practice, including Physiatrists, Anesthesiologists, Physical Therapists, Neurosurgeons, and Behavioral Health providers.
Our fellows are trained comprehensively - we focus not only on fluoroscopically and ultrasound-guided procedural techniques, but also on diagnostics, physical examination, spine and overall wellness, radiographic interpretation, pharmacologic therapies, and more. Fellows have opportunities to work in palliative care, radiology, physical therapy, and integrative medicine.
Fluoroscopically-Guided Procedures include:
Ultrasound-Guided Interventions include:
Scholarly activity is required. Fellows are active participants in clinical research and writing. Fellows participate in a monthly Spine Conference, pain and spine research meetings, Neuroradiology conference, and cadaver workshops. Fellows are also involved with resident and medical student education.
Physicians who are in good standing in a clinical American Board of Medical Specialities (ABMS) residency are eligible to apply.
This is a non-ACGME fellowship. After completion of the fellowship, candidates will be eligible to sit for the following boards:
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Hemant Kalia, MD, MPH
Interventional Spine Fellowship