Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Baylor Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians , Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians
New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Glen Head, NY
Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, NY
New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, NY
University of Michigan Health Sciences, Ann Arbor, MI
American Academy of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationAmerican Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationAssociation of Academic Physiatrists
American Board of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationAmerican Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine
Baylor Medical Center at WaxahachieBaylor Institute for RehabilitationBaylor Specialty Health CentersBaylor University Medical Center
Brite John Chalunkal, DO specializes in spine disorders and is dedicated to delivering quality care. He is experienced in cervical/lumbar injections and spinal cord stimulation under fluoroscopic guidance along with EMG/NCS and ultrasound guided joint injections. Dr. Chalunkal is fellowshiptrained in pain medicine and where appropriate will treat spine disorders and injuries without surgery using therapy, injections, and other conservative modalities.
Dr. Chalunkal is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He graduated from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Westbury, NY and completed an internship at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, NY as well as a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center & Columbia University in New York, NY. Dr. Chalunkal completed his fellowship in pain medicine at the University of Michigan Health Sciences - Department of Anesthesiology in Ann Arbor, MI. Dr. Chalunkal is currently welcoming new patients and accepts most insurance plans. He is on the medical staff at Baylor Medical Center at Waxahachie and Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
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