Andrew Tsitsilianos, M.D. was born in Worcester, MA, where he pursued a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Worcester Polytechnique Institute, prior to receiving a certificate in Health Careers from the Harvard Extension School and a Master of Biomedical Sciences from The Commonwealth Medical College in Pennsylvania. He went on to graduate from Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, after which he conducted his residency at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital in New York. He came back to Boston to complete his clinical fellowship at the Spaulding/Harvard/VA Boston Healthcare program in Spinal Cord Injury Medicine as it offered the opportunity for person-centered continuity with patients with Spinal Cord Injury while becoming a leader in technophysiatry and cybernetic rehabilitation.
Clinical & Research Interests
Spinal Cord Injury; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Education & Training
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine