From Dr. Chou's Curriculum Vitae (resumé):
"Specialty: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Administrative Appointment: Medical Director, PENN Therapy & Fitness
Faculty Appointment: Assistant Professor
Affiliation: Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania
Certification: Physical Med & Rehabilitation, 2000"
His educational background:
"Medical School: University of PA School of Medicine
Internship: Virginia Mason Medical Center/Seattle
Residency: University of Washington
Fellowship: Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois"
"Recognized in Philadelphia Magazine's May 2002 Top Docs issue"
"This provider sees patients at:
PENN Medicine at Radnor
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Division
250 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087"
This page also lists his special areas of interest, and you can
request an appointment online by clicking the "Appointment" button, or
you can call 1-800-789-PENN (1-800-789-7366):
Dr. Chou is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Health System's
Shoulder and Elbow Service Orthopaedic staff:
Dr. Chou is also in charge of UPENN's Fellowship Program in Sports and
Spine Rehabilitation Medicine:
Dr. Chou's Medical License with the State of Pennsylvania is in good standing:
And his Written Agreement to cover his supervision of Fellows at UPENN
is also in good standing:
"Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome", Review Article, Pain Physician (2001, 4 (2): 143-152)
"Inciting Events Initiating Injection-Proven Sacroiliac Joint
Syndrome", Pain Medicine (Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 26-32, Mar 2004)
"The Prevalence of Referred Abdominal and Inguinal Pain in patients
with Lumbar Internal Disc Disruption Syndrome" (PASSOR [Physiatric
Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation] Research
Forum, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
"An Evidence-Based Algorithmic Approach to Cervical Spinal Disorders",
Critical Reviews? in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (Vol. 13
"Does the cervical zygapophyseal joint refer symptoms to the neck
bilaterally?: Preliminary data from 100 patients", Cervical Spine
Research Society 2002 Annual Meeting Poster
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