About the Program

Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Grossman School of Medicine (Department of Rehabilitation Medicine) currently offers a 3-year residency program to achieve broad clinical competency in PM&R.  In addition, the Department offers specialized training with 1-year fellowships in both Sports Medicine and Brain Injury Medicine.

The PM&R residency and fellowship training programs are fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Residency and fellowship training at Rusk is a diverse experience in which residents establish a foundation and begin to construct the framework of knowledge that will pave their careers and place them at the forefront of medicine.

VIDEO: Trainees in our physical medicine and rehabilitation program receive a comprehensive experience that prepares them to become strong clinicians and pursue academic research careers.


Graduates are fully prepared to enter academic medical practice, community-based practice or fellowship training and will flourish in any environment.

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Here are some recent comments from the students who rotated through Rusk Rehabilitation:

“Overall, I felt the rotation was very well structured with a great balance between inpatient and outpatient exposure. Both endings and residents were always motivated to teach and have us involved in patient care.”

“One aspect of the program that I believe is very important is Dr. Moroz and the entire department being open and receptive to residents’ suggestions or concerns about the program. It creates a positive and excellent overall learning environment.”

“I very much enjoyed the diverse clinical experiences, as this was an excellent learning opportunity and a great reflection of the program strength. Online modules were a great and wonderful resource. All of the residents were willing to teach and made me feel like a part of the team. I wish I could spend another four weeks here.”