Eric M Feldman, MD
SpecialtyInterventional Spine & Pain Management
Medical SchoolRush Medical College
ResidencyNorthwestern Memorial Hospital
FellowshipAhwatukee Sports and Spine Center
Eric M. Feldman, MD is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as fellowship-trained in pain management and spinal intervention. Utilizing a wide-range of minimally-invasive techniques, Dr. Feldman is able to diagnose and treat painful conditions of the low back and neck in addition to other musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. He specializes in electromyography and nerve conduction testing for diagnosing neuromuscular disorders.
Dr. Feldman graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He earned his medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois, where he graduated in the top of his class.
After obtaining his medical degree, he completed his residency at Northwestern Hospital and The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, followed by a fellowship in pain management at the Ahwatukee Sports and Spine Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Feldman enjoys teaching medical students and residents, and has given lectures to local doctors and physical therapists on various musculoskeletal conditions.
Dr. Feldman is a member of several professional organizations including the Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports, and Occupational Rehabilitation, the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the North American Spine Society and the International Spine Intervention Society.
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Research & Experience
The CORE Institute Community Lectute Program. Advances in Pain Management, Rio Vista Recreation Center, Peoria, AZ . January 2012.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. Low Back Pain, Kiwanis Club of Sun City West, October 2011.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. Evidence Based Approach to Low Back Pain, Arrowhead Physical Therapy, July 2011.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. The Aging Spine/Spinal Stenosis Treatment, Olive Branch Senior Center, January 2010
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. Understanding Arthritis & Osteoarthritis, Sun City Grand, January 2008.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. The Aging Spine, Sun Valley Lodge February 2008.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. What’s New at The CORE Institute? Surprise Rotary Club, March 2008.
The CORE Institute Community Lecture Program. The Aging Spine, Buckeye Community Center, July 2008.
Oxcarbazepine in the Management of Defined Neuropathic Pain Conditions: A double blind, randomized, placebo controlled pilot study.
Chief Researcher – Norman Harden
Lower Extremity Amputations: A guide to functional outcomes in physical therapy management. Chapter 3 – Pain Management
Chief Author – Todd Kuiken
Aberrant Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction Following Gunshot Wound to the Spine: A case report and literature review.
43rd ISCoS Annual Scientific Meeting
Challenging Hip Arthroplasty in a Patient with Thalidomide-Induced Phocomelia.
European Congress of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Aspiration Pneumonia in a Traumatic Brain Injury Patient Secondary to Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy-Jejunostomy (PEG-J) Tube Migration.
5th World Congress on Brain Injury