At Spaulding, physicians in training have the unique opportunity to train at one of the
leading rehabilitation hospitals in the nation while also being part of the renowned Harvard
Medical School Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Spaulding offers a solid
representation of the core rehabilitation patient populations, including traumatic brain injury,
spinal cord injury, cerebrovascular accidents, amputee, pain management, pediatrics, and postoperative
Spaulding Fellowships are operated jointly by the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and the Harvard Medical School
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Fellowships are offered in sports medicine, spinal cord injury,
and pain medicine. Our highly regarded programs in medical training and education are a primary factor in the ranking of
Spaulding among the top rehabilitation hospitals in the United States for more than a decade.
Research and innovation in physical medicine and rehabilitation is at the heart of our mission and
the core of our work at Spaulding. Our PM R faculty members maintain a vigorous research agenda at the hospital,
and collaborate with colleagues at other teaching hospitals and universities. Spaulding researchers, including
physicians and other clinicians, are working on over 100 different research studies, all with the aim of improving
the care we deliver and patient outcomes.