Congratulations to the AAPM&R 2018 Annual Assembly PhyzTalk finalists!
JenFu Cheng, MD, FAAPMR
Children’s Specialized Hospital
Passion, Purpose, and Community: The Peak Potential Project
Using his passion for rock climbing to help patients with CP overcome their fears and gain insight.
Gary P. Chimes, MD, PhD, FAAPMR
Lake Washington Sports & Spine
What Question Are You Asking? Practicing Physiatry as Part of Man’s Search for Meaning
Using the phases of your life to direct your goals.
Amy F. Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAPMR
University of Pittsburgh
Recognizing Our Own Unconscious Biases
Using her passion for advocacy to fight bias against women and people with disabilities.
Julie Larson, MD, FAAPMR
University of Alabama- Birmingham (UAB)
Part-Time Author, Full-Time Advocate
Evolving as a volunteer and learning to talk to children facing limb differences/amputations
Raul A. Rosario-Concepcion, MD
University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
Gone With The Wind: What We Lost and Learned from a Natural Disaster
Growing as an individual and physician through the devastation that occurred in Puerto Rico following the recent hurricanes.
John-Ross Rizzo, MD
Evolution 2.0 - Tools to Destroy Visual Disability and Unlock Superheroes
Learning to face and conquer life challenges with a rare disorder.
Amy M. West, MD
Harvard/Spaulding Rehabilitation/Maine Medical Center
Walking Through the Bush with a Stone in Your Shoe: How Social Media Helped Me Find the Cure for Back Pain #failedrehabsyndrome
Using functional movements to improve patients’ lives.