Educational Programs

The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation offers a three-year, fully accredited PM&R residency program and six specialized fellowships.

Residency

Our three-year, fully accredited PM&R residency program accepts six residents annually (through NRMP) and stresses comprehensive medical rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic brain injury, stroke, musculoskeletal injury, spinal cord injury, pediatric disorders, orthopedic and multitrauma injuries, along with specialty outpatient clinics for pain management, musculoskeletal, sports medicine, electrodiagnosis and orthotics/prosthetics. Upon completion of our fully accredited PM&R residency, VCU graduates demonstrate the knowledge and skills to be highly competent physiatrists and leaders in the field of PM&R.Explore the residency

Fellowships

We offer six world-class fellowships.

Amputee and Musculoskeletal Medicine Fellowship .
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Amputee and Musculoskeletal Medicine Fellowship

Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Fellowship.
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Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Fellowship

Traumatic Brain Injury and Polytrauma Fellowship.
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Traumatic Brain Injury and Polytrauma Fellowship

Rehabilitation Research Training Fellowship.
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Rehabilitation Research Training Fellowship

GME Diversity Statement

VCU GME is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion as a part of its core mission. We believe that investing in diversity promotes institutional excellence. Our efforts focus on engaging patients, trainees, and employees and inspiring a culture that is deliberate in its adoption of the principles of diversity and inclusion. We aim for equity in medical education, patient care, research, and teaching. Our goal is to build upon our experience and make inclusion a norm that is practiced at every level.

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