How to be a Physiatrist (PM&R doctor)?

Who is a Physiatrist?

A physiatrist is a PM&R doctor specializing in brain, bone, spinal cord, and ligament issues, treating patients with functional disabilities and physical impairments through diagnosis and tailored treatment plans.


How to be a physiatrist?

11. Undergraduate Degree 2. Medical College Admission Test (MCAT)  3. Get admission into medical college  4. Earn a Certification



As a Physiatrist, you treat patients with brain and nervous system issues across all age groups, focusing on holistic care. Achieving success in this field requires about 10 years of education and training, including undergraduate studies, medical school, residency, and potentially a 1-year fellowship program.


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