The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) has a strong history of achievement in medical research, education and patient care. PM&R, also known as physiatry, treats conditions involving the body’s nervous and musculoskeletal systems that limit a person’s ability to function. The teaching faculty in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation oversees the only PM&R residency program in the state of Indiana and are eager to uphold the mission of educating the country’s next generation of physiatrists.
To empower ability through high quality and state-of-the-art rehabilitation care, education, and research.
A community where individuals with disability have consistent access to high quality, person-centered care informed by leading edge research and sustained by timely, relevant education.
We are ABLE
Attitude: Our attitude is infused by professionalism with compassion, empathy, courtesy, cultural awareness, positivity, encouragement, open-mindedness, problem solving, and determination.
Belief: We believe the best outcomes are achieved through continual pursuit beyond the bounds of limitations and obstacles.
Leading edge: We create optimal outcomes for our patients and trainees through high quality care, clinical expertise, state-of-the-art resources, and translation of research into practice.
Excellence: We provide exceptional experiences to our patients, learners, and colleagues by being adaptable, innovative, accountable, and focusing on continuous improvement of ourselves, each other and our processes.