The Wayne State University (WSU) and Detroit Medical Center (DMC) Residency Training Program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) offers tremendous opportunities for education, growth and career preparation. WSU and the DMC are nationally recognized for their excellence in numerous areas and provide research opportunities unavailable in non-university settings. Department chairs and faculty are drawn from among the leading researchers and educators in the country.
The Detroit Medical Center's Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) together with Sinai-Grace Hospital and their suburban outpatient centers, make up the primary teaching facilities for the PM&R residency training program.
PM&R Residency Highlights:
We offer residents a unique blend of a university academics and extensive outpatient musculoskeletal training in a community setting. .
Residents receive some of the most extensive outpatient musculoskeletal and electrodiagnostic experiences available. .
Our residents train at a premier rehabilitation institute, working side by side with nationally recognized faculty. .
Our residents can focus on clinical practice, academic medicine or research. .
All graduates are trained in the entire spectrum of physical medicine and rehabilitation, including traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, electromyography, and industrial, pain and musculoskeletal medicine.