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Faculty

Shashank J. Dave

Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Bio

Shashank Davé, DO FAAPMR grew up outside Chicago.  He received his undergraduate degree with Honors from Loyola University Chicago.  Inspired by his Father and sister who are also physicians, he then went to medical school at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL, and then completed residency training at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  Residency training sites included the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Hines VA, and Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital.  While at Loyola, he was selected as Chief Resident. He is double Board-Certified in PM&R and in Pain Medicine, and has dual appointments in the Department of Neurology and also PM&R.

Dr. Davé joined Indiana University School of Medicine in September 2005, as Assistant Professor.  Aside from clinical care, he has served as the Co-Chief of PM&R at IU Health, Co-Medical Director of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, and served as President of the Indiana Society of PM&R.  He has won numerous teaching awards at IUSM, and was named as a "Top Doctor" in Indianapolis Monthly magazine.

He was selected to serve the NBME, writing questions for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE).  He also writes test questions for the American Board of PM&R (ABPMR) and has served as an Oral Board Examiner for the ABPMR.

In 2016, he was promoted to Associate Professor.  His clinical interests include musculoskeletal medicine, fluoroscopic interventional procedures, and muscular dystrophy. Dr. Davé’s research interests include botulinum toxins, intrathecal drug delivery with baclofen, and sports medicine. He has authored numerous manuscripts & book chapters and wrote a book on Sports Medicine.

In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, and exploring Central Indiana.

Key Publications

1. D.E. Euler, S.J. Davé, and H. Guo. “Effect of Cigarette Smoking on Pentane Excretion in Alveolar Breath.” Clinical Chemistry 42:2 303-308; 1996
2. S. J. Davé, M.L. Steiner, and J.V. Subbarao. “Effect of the Daily Interdisciplinary Team Conference on Inpatient Rehabilitation Team Functions and Outcomes: A Pilot Study.” Am J Physical Med Rehabil 83:3; March 2004
3. W. Lundquist, R. Uppal, S.J. Davé “Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block in a Patient with Adhesive Capsulitis following Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty: A Case Report.” Pain Medicine March 2005
4. S.J. Davé, R. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow “Electrophysiology” In: Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, Metin Akay, Ed. Vol 3 1449-1455. 2006
5. S.J. Davé, R. Buschbacher, G. Strock, M. Randall “Therapeutic Exercise” In: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Secrets, Philadelphia: Mosby 2008. 179-186.
6. S.J. Davé, A Quandt “Golf injuries” In: Sports Medicine, A Sport Specific Approach. R.  Buschbacher, N Prahlow, S.J. Davé, Eds Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2008. 83-92.
7. R. B. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow, S.J. Davé, Editors for: Sports Medicine, A Sport Specific Approach. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2008.
8. S.J. Davé “Use of Pilocarpine for Xerostomia from Botulinum Toxin, Type B” Am J Phys Med and Rehabil 2008; 87:684-686
9. B.O. Henkle, A. De, S.J. Davé, et al. “Analysis of Pilot Studies in Rehabilitation Journals and Publication Rates of Related Follow-up Studies.” J Physical Med Rehabil 2008; 88:3 S60 3
10. S.M. Mehta, S.J. Davé, et al. “Effects of the Brainport Balance Device on Measured as well as Perceived Balance and Gait in Individuals with Balance Impairment Due to Stroke.” Am J  Physical Med Rehabil 2008; 88:3 S10
11. B. Uyesugi, B. Lippincott, S.J. Davé “Treatment of a Painful Keloid with Botulinum Toxin Type A” Am J Physical Med Rehabil 2010; 89: 153-5

12. S.J. Davé, J. Salyer, K. Desai “Botulinum Toxin Type A for the Treatment of Myokymia Following Transtibial Amputation” PM&R 2010; 2:8 777-779
13. A.G. Singh, S.J. Davé “Female Athlete Triad” In: Musculoskeletal, sports, and occupational medicine. W Micheo, Ed. New York: Demos Medical Publishing, 2011. 82-84.
14. S.J. Davé “Botulinum Toxin: Therapeutic Clinical Practice & Science” Book Review Am J PMR 2011. 90 (8) 647
15. S. J. Dave, M. Rider, N Zulkowski “Successful Treatment of Notalgia Paresthetica with Botulinum Toxin” Poster Presentation Association of Academic Physiatrists, New Orleans, LA
16. S. J. Dave, “Dystonia” In: Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Quick Reference. R. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow, J. Kincaid, Eds. New York: Demos Medical, 2014. 174-175
17. S. X. Yu, S. J. Dave “Friedreich’s Ataxia (Primary Spinocerebellar Degeneration) In: Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Quick Reference. R. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow, J. Kincaid, Eds. New York: Demos Medical, 2014. 178-179
18. S. J. Dave “Torticollis” In: Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Quick Reference. R. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow, J. Kincaid, Eds. New York: Demos Medical, 2014. 184-185
19. S. X. Yu, S.J. Dave “Tourette’s Syndrome” In: Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Quick Reference. R. Buschbacher, N. Prahlow, J. Kincaid, Eds. New York: Demos Medical, 2014. 186-187
20. E. R. Bagsby, S. J. Dave, A. D. Patel “Combined Use of Botulinum Toxin Followed by Electrical Stimulation: A Focused Review” Poster Presentation. Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting, Feb 2014, Nashville, TN
21. E. R. Bagsby, S. J. Dave “Ultrasound Guided Chemodenervation with Botulinum Toxin in the Treatment of Spasticity: A Focused Review” Poster Presentation. American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Nov 2014, San Diego, CA
22. B. S. Foley, S. Faynboym, S. J. Dave Letter to the Editor “Importance of an Optimal Fluoroscopic View when Performing Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Injections: RE: Pneumocephalus During Cervical Transforaminal Injections: A case report. Am J Phys Med & Rehabil 94(8), Aug 2015, p e73
23. M. K. Christakos, S. J. Dave, Poster 358 “Osteoporosis and Risk of Hip Fracture. The Role of Calcium and Vitamin D in Post-menopausal Women and Older Men PM&R” Vol. 7, Issue 9, S208 Sep 2015
24. M. K. Christakos, S. J. Dave. “Osteoporotic Hip Fracture in Older Adults: Is Calcium and Vitamin D Helpful in Prevention?” Poster Presented at American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Mid-Year Meeting, Philadelphia Mar 2016

25. Zorowitz R, Wein T, Dunning K, Deltombe T, Olver J, Davé S, Dimyan M, Kelemen J, Pagan F, Evans C, Gillard P, Kissela B . A Screening Tool to Identify Spasticity in Need of Treatment. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2016

Titles & Appointments

  • Associate Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology
  • Education
    2005 RES Loyola University Chicago
    2005 RES Loyola University Chicago
    2001 DO Midwestern Univerity
    2001 DO Midwestern University
    1996 BS Loyola University Chicago
    1996 BS Loyola University Chicago
  • Research

    Spasticity

    Botulinum toxins

    Neuromodulation

    Regernative medicine

  • Professional Organizations
    American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rebahilitation
    Association of Academic Physiatrists
    Indiana Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    Spine Intervention Society
  • Board Certifications
    American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Pain Medicine
    American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Interests

    Muscular dystrophy

    Musculoskeletal medicine

    Spasticity, including botulinum toxin and intrathecal drug delivery

    Radiofrequency ablation

    Fluoroscopic interventional procedures

  • Awards
    Org: Dept of PM&R
    Desc: Teacher of the Year
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    Org: Indiana University School of Medicine
    Desc: Trustee Teaching Award
    Scope: School
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    Org: Indiana University School of Medicine
    Desc: Trustee Teaching Award
    Scope: School
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    Org: Hershey Penn State School of Med
    Desc: Invited lecture
    Scope: Regional
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    Org: Loyola University Medical Center
    Desc: Invited lecture
    Scope: Regional
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