Penn Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Penn Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Faculty

Kate Elizabeth Temme, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Department: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Contact information
Penn Medicine at Rittenhouse
1800 Lombard Street
1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 215-893-2600
BS (1. Nutritional Sciences 2. Human Development)
Cornell University, 1998.
Temple University School of Medicine, 2007.
Post-Graduate Training
Internal Medicine Internship, Northwestern University, 2007-2008.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency, Northwestern University/Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 2008-2011.
Sports Medicine Fellowship, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011-2012.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine, 2012.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2012.
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Selected Publications

Temme KE, Hoch AZ: Recognition and Rehabilitation of the Female Athlete Triad/Tetrad: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Curr Sports Med Rep 12(3): 190-9, May-June 2013.

Temme KE, Hoch AZ: Endothelial Dysfunction and the Female Athlete Triad: Research Updates and Management Recommendations. SCAN's Pulse 32(1): 5-8, Winter 2013.

Temme KE: Exercise in Pregnancy and Postpartum. Musculoskeletal Health in Pregnancy and Postpartum: A Guide for Clinicians. Fitzgerald C, Segal N (eds.). Springer, 2015.

Temme KE, Hoch AZ, Jonardi M, Noon ML: Prevalence of the female athlete triad and effect of a peer-based mentoring program on triad knowledge in high school girls. Clin J Sport Med 23(2): 134, March 2013.

McCormick Z, Margolis S, Temme K, Rivers E, Cameron SA, Smith MC, Rohr A, Zander E, Garvan C, Kennedy DJ, Plastaras C.: Concordant pain provocation during transforaminal epidural steroid injection for lumbosacral radiculopathy: effect on pain outcome and predictive factors. Pain Physician 18(1): E19-26, Jan-Feb 2015.

McCormick Z, Kennedy DJ, Garvan C, Rivers E, Temme K, Margolis S, Zander E, Rohr A, Smith MC, Cameron SA, Plastaras C: Comparison of Pain Score Reduction Using Triamcinolone vs. Betamethasone in Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections for Lumbosacral Radicular Pain. AJPMR Page: Epub ahead of print, April 2015.

Temme KE, Mainigi M: Amenorrhea: Information you should know (Female Athlete Triad). Penn Medicine: Penn Health for Women's Newsletter Page: 9, Fall/Winter 2014.

Temme KE: On the Move: The Health Benefits of Running. October 2013.

Temme K, Hoch A, Noon M: Unusual Case of Knee Pain in a Golfer. 22nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Sports Medicine April 2012.

Weinman B, Temme K, Hoch AZ: Infrapatellar Bursa Injection. Atlas of Muscoskeletal-guided Ultrasound Injections. Malanga G, Mautner K (eds.). McGraw Hill, February 2014.

Temme K, Jonardi M, Teich M. : Poor Nutrition and the Female Athlete Triad. May 2012.

Pellicane AJ, Millis SR, Do KD, Temme KE, Sayyad A, Oswald MC, Roth EJ: The effect of protein and calorie intake on prealbumin, complications, length of stay, and function in the acute rehabilitation inpatient with stroke. NeuroRehabilitation 33(3): 367-76, Jan 2013.

Tracey Romero, Kate Temme, Tricia Beatty: "Stress fracture could portend Female Athlete Triad" Philadelphia Inquirer, September 2015.

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Last updated: 09/28/2015
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