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Thread: SCI Physician board certification: USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by julieshrive View Post
    When are they coming to the uk? Maybe via the fibro groups and or pain clinics ? ?
    There are already physiatrists in the UK, and much of the rest of the world as well, but they are rarely members of the AMERICAN Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation unless they did their training in the USA. There are a significantly smaller number of physiatrists per population in England though than in the USA or even other parts of Europe.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1279476/

    Here is the website for their professional association: http://www.bsrm.co.uk

    (KLD)

  2. #12
    Updating the links above:

    For physiatrists in the USA: https://members.aapmr.org/AAPMR/AAPMR_FINDER.aspx

    and for those board certified in Spinal Cord Injury Medicine:

    https://www.abpmr.org/PhysicianSearch/Search

    (KLD)
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