Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

UVA’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation strives to enhance the quality of life and functional independence of persons with injuries and disabling illness by ensuring excellence in rehabilitative care and management, training and educating persons in the discipline of rehabilitation medicine, and the advancement of knowledge through research.

Our department has an efficient, professional, and detail-oriented staff of 17 expert faculty who treat a wide variety of rehabilitation needs. Our residency training program strives to provide the finest education possible for the next generation of rehabilitation doctors who will enter the workforce.


Residency Training Program

The University of Virginia Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency Program offers outstanding training, research, and educational opportunities with two tracks available to MD and DO candidates. We offer a four-year Categorical Program and a three-year Advanced Program and applicants are able to apply to either or both programs.

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Ivy Mountain Orthopaedic Center

UVA Health has a new space for Orthopedic services and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. This new home is one of the largest outpatient centers in the nation where you’ll get expert care in a facility built for health and healing through sustainable design.

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The Runner’s Clinic

Running injuries require a specialized expertise. Today, injured runners have their own place to go for expert care and healing, The Runner’s Clinic at UVA.

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UVA WorkMed

UVA-WorkMed is a comprehensive occupational health and team member wellness clinic within the University of Virginia Medical Center.

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What Does Osteopathic Physiatry Mean To You?

In a submission to AOCPMR's "What Does Osteopathic Physiatry Mean to You?" video essay contest, our resident, Dr. Emily Hillaker won first place. We could not be more proud of her thoughtful and inspiring composition and are excited to see her recognized at the 65th Annual Mid-Year Meeting and Scientific Seminar in Knoxville, TN. Congratulations Dr. Hillaker!

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UVA PM&R Newsletter

Click the link below to read the 2022 Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Newsletter and stay up to date with everything happening in our department.

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The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center Juneteenth Parade

Join team members of The UVA Health Office of Diversity and Community Engagement in marching in the parade. The parade will begin at 9 am from the Jackson P. Burley…

Mark Kester Symposium

[caption id="attachment_15768" align="alignright" width="450"] Mark Kester, PhD[/caption] The UVA Comprehensive Cancer Center is hosting a symposium on June 27, 2023 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Pinn Hall Conference…

Save the Date: School of Medicine Research Retreat 2024

[caption id="attachment_15855" align="alignright" width="450"] The Forum Hotel, UVA Darden, Charlottesville, VA[/caption] The School of Medicine is excited to announce the next SOM Research Retreat is scheduled for February 2-3, 2024,…

Apply for a Career as a Clinical Research Coordinator

[caption id="attachment_14857" align="alignright" width="300"] Linda Brycland (left) and Nadia Ventura are clinical research coordinators.[/caption] There are over 200 CRCs at the School of Medicine and we are actively recruiting for…

Mark Russell, MD, Led Skin Cancer Screening Event for Community

[caption id="attachment_15813" align="alignright" width="300"] Mark Russell, MD[/caption] An important community service event was recently held for Skin Cancer Awareness Month. On Saturday, May 13, more than 260 patients attended the…

Support Our Mission

It is our goal to transform and improve the quality of lives of people who experience disabilities, diseases, injuries and all debilitating conditions. While there are many way to support the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, gifts are crucial to achieve our mission. We welcome your support in any way you are able to give.