Welcome To Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at MSU
The mission of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is to provide excellent clinical care, education, and research in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, leading to optimum quality of life for individuals with physical disabilities.
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation focuses on restoration of the body and mind after trauma or disease has occurred. In some cases the restoration is ongoing and the goal is to teach the patient how to live and cope with the effects of pain, or lack of function, and lead a full and productive life to the greatest extent possible.
Clinically, restoration and rehabilitation can be accomplished in different ways. Our philosophy is to assess a patient's bio/psycho/social needs and determine which diagnostic and treatment methods will provide the patient with the highest level of functional outcome. The approach is often inter-disciplinary.
Academically, we teach medical students basic treatment and assessment techniques and methods used in rehabilitation, along with advanced knowledge of anatomy. We train residents in the practice of physiatry and the diagnostic art of electromyography (EMG). We also offer a fellowship program to physicians desiring a refined knowledge of EMG and pain management.
Explore this website and meet our department members; learn about our residency training program and other academic endeavors; investigate out the research projects completed and underway, and observe our COM clinical practices.
This is Mary Free Bed at Sparrow
Sparrow Hospital and Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital have joined together to create Mary Free Bed at Sparrow, a joint venture providing advanced inpatient rehabilitation care for mid-Michigan patients. The rehabilitation unit at Sparrow includes 40 private patient rooms and two therapy gymnasiums. Enjoy this Grand Opening video, and hear directly from the first patients to benefit from our collaboration.
Please join us and the Awards Committee in congratulating this year’s awards recipients, who will be honored at the 2018 AAPM&R Annual Assembly.
- Frank H. Krusen, MD Lifetime Achievement Award: Naomi Lynn Gerber, MD, FAAPMR
- Distinguished Member Award: James T. McDeavitt, MD, FAAPMR
- Distinguished Clinician Award: Howard Liss, MD, FAAPMR; Michael F. Saulino, MD, PhD, FAAPMR; Faye Chiou-Tan, MD, FAAPMR
- Distinguished Public Service Award: Michael T. Andary, MD, MS, FAAPMR
- PASSOR Legacy Award and Lectureship: Michael B. Furman, MD, FAAPMR
Madeleine E. Seidel,*† Geoffrey K. Seidel,‡§ David Hakopian,k Erich Hornbach, and Michael Andaryk
*Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.; †Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Auburn Hills, Michigan, U.S.A.; ‡Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.; §Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.; kDepartment of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.; and ¶Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.
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Michigan State University – College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation