Susan R. Griffee, M.D.
Senior research project
Fit doctors: Creating a resident wellness challenge
- Acute pain management in spinal cord injury: Integrative medicine, the standard of care? Presented at: World Pain Congress; June 2012; Granada, Spain.
- Treatment of spinal cord injury acute and chronic pain: Out with traditional narcotics, in with tapentadol? Presented at: American Pain Society; May 2012; Honolulu, Hawaii.
- Mind-body pain management: Treatment of fibromyalgia. Presented at: Mayo Clinic Grand Rounds; April 2012; Rochester, Minn.
- Healing children by healing ourselves. Keynote address at Boys & Girls Club Midwest Conference; March 2012; Indianapolis, Ind.
- Fit doctors: Creating a resident wellness challenge. Presented at: International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine; June 2013; Beijing, China.
- Bilateral brachial plexopathy amyloidosis. Presented at: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Oct. 2013; National Harbor, Md.
- Cable lock: A convenient modification for patient with transtibial amputation with hand dysfunction. Presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; March 2013; New Orleans, La.
Why physical medicine and rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic?
As a medical student, I wanted to choose the best residency program possible (think SEC in football). I chose Mayo because of the musculoskeletal medicine (injections, ultrasound and electromyography) and facilities.
Mayo has exceeded my expectations. I have the opportunity to attend weekly expert opinion conferences on topics such as pain, sports, gait analysis and spine; attend local and national conferences; and interact with a phenomenal group of fellow physiatrists who believe in promoting healthy lifestyles as well as delivering top-quality patient care. The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at Mayo Clinic is an elite training program.
Personal interests and hobbies
- Ironman Triathlon and TriRochester
- Running, including the Chicago Marathon and Ultra Ragnar