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Drs. Heather Vincent and Rosie Conic represent PMR at ASRA Conference

Dr. Rosie Conic presented on behalf of the study team: “Mental well being and complementary alternative medicine use among individuals with spine and multijoint pain”. The authors included interventional spine specialists Drs. Shawn McGargill and Michael Sein and Dr. Heather Vincent. The data were analyzed from a cohort in the…

Dr. Heather Vincent recognized as top in her field

Heather Vincent, Ph.D., an associate professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of physical medicine and rehabilitation, stands among the top 2% of researchers in her field based on the number of times her work is cited in…

Welcome MATCHED PM&R Residents for 2024!

We are excited and pleased to announce the successful MATCH for our Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program. Thank you to all PM&R Faculty, Residents and Staff for your efforts during recruitment!…

Dr. Heather Vincent to present National Grand Rounds for AAPM&R

Heather Vincent, PhD, MS, FACSM will be presenting National Grand Rounds on March 8, 2023, from 8:00PM-9:00PM (EST) for the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. There is no fee for the webinar and CME credit is available, you must register in advance to attend.

PM&R Faculty, Researchers, and Trainees Attend the 13th Annual UF College of Medicine Celebration of Research February 28, 2023

Faculty, researchers and trainees in PMR presented at the 2023 Celebration of Research Day on various topics related to socioenvironmental factors and chronic pain, intermittent fasting and glucose administration. Read more below: Drs. Heather Vincent and Sharareh Sharififar presented: “Telerehabilitation Service Impact on Physical Function and Adherence Compared to Face-to-Face…

UF PM&R Team Up with US Paralympic Fencers

Drs. Heather Vincent, Kevin Vincent and resident, Dr. Aimee Madsen, visited the Team USA Para-fencing team and worked with the athletes discussing nutrition and strengthening options. Julio Diaz, Team USA’s Parafencing National Head Coach, was there and everyone was excited to…

Dr. Sein presents horticultural therapy research at ASRA national meeting

Dr. Michael Sein spearheads research on patient interest in horticultural therapy as an adjuvant therapy to treat chronic back pain and presented initial findings at the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA)  21st annual Pain Medicine meeting on November 17-19, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. The findings are…