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Career Opportunities

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At Buffalo Spine and Sports Medicine, our doctors are recognized as leaders in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Our team consists of dedicated medical assistants, front desk personnel, medical records, patient services, and support staff who work collaboratively with our expert clinical team making it the largest physical medicine and rehabilitation practice in Western New York.

As a state-of-the-art, specialty group, we recognize that every employee makes a difference and contributes to the success of our organization. We offer a wide variety of employment opportunities within our 2 locations in Western New York. We strive for excellence in every aspect of our practice, and do our best to ensure that every patient is treated with the dignity and respect.

We offer a competitive wage and benefit package as well as opportunities for career growth. We are committed to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals based on merit, qualifications and abilities.

Specialty Training for PM&R

To become a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician, individuals must successfully complete 4 years of medical school and 4 additional years of residency training. Residency training includes 1 year developing fundamental clinical skills and 3 additional years of training in the full scope of the specialty. Additionally, our physicians have spent 1 year longer than the standard residency requirement, working in the spine and sports specialty that includes injection training.

There are 80 accredited residency programs in physical medicine and rehabilitation in the United States. Many PM&R physicians choose to pursue additional advanced degrees (M.S., PhD) or complete fellowship training in a specific area of the specialty. Fellowships are available for specialized study in such areas as musculoskeletal rehabilitation, pediatrics, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and sports medicine. To become board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, a PM&R physician must pass both a written and an oral examination given by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPM&R).

Residency Program

Please Note: Due to a full capacity program, Buffalo Spine and Sports Medicine will not be accepting any new residents or medical students for Clinical Rotations. If you have any questions, please contact Maria Gambino at mgambino@buffspine.com


Career Opportunities at Buffalo Spine and Sports Medicine

  • Physiatrist
  • Fellowship
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