Research

The Department of PM&R at UT Health would like to welcome
Dr. Don McGeary as the Vice Chair of Research.  Our
department is committed to support the research interests of
our residents and help them become clinical researchers

All residents are required to complete one research project during their residency training. The project may be in the form of a review article, small case series, case report, or original research.

 

Resident Conference Presentations 2019

Caroline Brennick, DO

Wellness-Centered Resident Mentorship Program: A Quality Improvement Project

Sensory Ataxia in a Child with Tuberculosis Meningitis Arachnoiditis:  A Case Report

Colby Beal, DO

Spinal Accessory Nerve Block for Painful Cervical Systonia: A Case Report

Ashley Ford, DO

Wellness-Centered Resident Mentorship Program: A Quality Improvement Project

Ana Henriques, MD

Outcome in A Comatose Patient with Continuous Stay in The Acute Hospital Setting: A Case Report.

Madeline Kinney, DO

Incomplete Right Musculocutaneous Nerve Palsy from Suspected Crush Injury due to Tourniquet Application: A Case Report

Bryce Kirkman, DO

Acute Worsening Hemiparesis in A Patient with Motor Neuron Disease, Due to Kernohan’s Notch Phenomenon of Evolving Subdural Hematoma: A Case Report

Jennifer Leet, MD

Electrodiagnostic Evidence of Axonal Loss in an Upper Limb Due to Anoxic Brain Injury

Faheem Mahomed, MD

Pediatric Neuropathic Pain: A Review of the Literature

Chase Smith, DO

Acute Intracranial Hypotension with Persistent Ventriculomegaly, Mimicking Meningitis Sepsis in a Disorders of Consciousness Patient: A Case Report
Chase J. Smith, DO, Blessen C. Eapen, MD

Acute Worsening Hemiparesis in a Patient with Motor Neuron Disease, Due to Kernohan’s Notch Phenomenon of Evolving Subdural Hematoma: A Case Report
Chase J. Smith, DO, Bryce J. Kirkman, DO, Derrick B. Allred, MD

Nate Clements, MD

Serious Complications Associated with Interventional Spine Procedures-Results of a Spine Intervention Society Survey

Trends in steroid agent and diluent choices for epidural steroid injections: a survey of Spine Intervention Society physicians

Darrell Vydra, DO

Current Trends in Steroid Dose Choice and Frequency of Administration of Epidural Steroid Injections: A Survey Study

Current Practice Trends in Image Guidance During Lumbar and Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections

2018-2019 Graduates:

  • “Capsaicin 8% Patch for Spinal Cord Injury Focal Neuropathic Pain” | Drs. Wesley Peace, Brett Helmonds, Colby Beal, Bryce Kirkman
  • “Bilateral Patellar Tendon Rupture: A Case Report and Literature Review” | Dr. Tina Hakimian and Dr. Mariam Washington
  • “Pediatric Neuropathic Pain: A Literature Review” | Dr. Faheem Mahomed
  • “Advanced Hip Osteoarthritis Causing Autonomic Dysreflexia and Severe Spasticity: A Case Report” | Dr. Brittany Bickelhaupt and Dr. Megan Richard
  • “Prescription of Progressive Resistance Exercise (PRE) to Optimize Nutritional Biomarkers in a Patient with Complete Lumbar Paraplegia and a chronic decubitus Ulcer: A Case Report” | Dr. Orlando Pena

 

 

 

Dr. Brennick presenting at AAPM&R conference – Orlando, FL

 

Dr. Beal presenting at conference –  Austin, TX