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John M. Vasudevan, MD

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

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Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
1800 Lombard Street, 1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 215-893-2668
Fax: 215-893-2686
BS (Biochemistry, Comprehensive Honors)
University of Wisconsin, 2002.
MD (Medicine)
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 2007.
Post-Graduate Training
Transitional Residency, Tucson Hospitals Medical Education Program, 2007-2008.
Resident, Rehabilitation Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, 2008-2011.
Fellow, PM&R Sports Medicine, Stanford University Hospitals and Clinics, 2011-2012.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Board-Certified in Sports Medicine (CAQ), 2012.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Board-Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2012.
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Selected Publications

Pan J, Vasudevan JM: Piriformis Syndrome: A Review of the Evidence and Proposed New Criteria for Diagnosis. Challenging Neuropathic Pain Syndromes: Evaluation and Evidence-Based Treatment. Freedman M, Gehret J, Young G, Kamen L (eds.). Elsevier, 2018.

Vasudevan JM, Logan A, Shultz R, Koval JJ, Roh EY, Fredericson M: Comparison of Muscle Onset Activation Sequences between a Golf or Tennis Swing and Common Training Exercises Using Surface Electromyography: A Pilot Study. J Sports Med (Hindawi Publ Corp) June 2016.

Jason Pan, John M. Vasudevan: Unilateral Femoral Neuropathy after Childbirth in the Context of an Undiagnosed Underlying Peripheral Polyneuropathy: A Case Report. PM&R 7(9): S217, September 2015.

Keziah Sully, John M. Vasudevan: Successful Treatment of Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome with a History of Freiberg's Disease: A Case Report. PM&R 6(9): S191, September 2014.

Vasudevan JM, Browne BJ: Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain: An Approach to Diagnosis and Management. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. Adam L. Schreiber (eds.). 25(2): 411, May 2014.

Reish AG, Bastas G, Caldera FE, Vasudevan JM: Invasive Psoas Lymphoma Presenting as Lumbosacral Radiculopathy: A Case Report. PM&R 5(9): S288, September 2013.

Baheti ND, Vasudevan JM, Naber RI, Fredericson M.: Physiotherapy, pain management, and surgical interventions for low back pain: initial review. World Clinics: Anethesia, Critical Care, and Pain: Pain Management. Baheti DK (eds.). Jaypee (Philadelphia, PA). 1(1): 283-95, 2013 Notes: ISSN 2320-3978.

Fetouh SK, Kupfer M, Torabi R, Vasudevan JM: Glycogen Storage Disease Type 1 and Tophaceous Gout as a Cause of Spinal Cord Injury: A Case Report. PM&R 4(10): S263, October 2012.

Ryan, Matthew M, Fredericson M, Vasudevan JM.: Sacral Osteoid Osteoma Presenting as Leg Pain in an Adolescent Athlete: A Case Report. PM&R 4(10S): S263, Oct 2012.

Schreiber AL, Vasudevan JM, Fetouh SK, Ankam NS, Hussain A, Rakocevic G.: Atypical clinically diagnosed stiff-person syndrome response to dantrolene--a refractory case. Muscle Nerve 45(3): 454-5, Mar 2012.

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