Midtown Medical Talks is back and ready to share a new season with its listeners. Season 2 is full of top-tier guest speakers in the healthcare space, 2021 industry insights, advice on how to grow your practice, and so much more. On this episode of Midtown Medical Talks, the Midtown Medical team is celebrating Women’s History Month by kicking off with Dr. Pallavi Cherukupally’s article from the inaugural issue of Regional Medical Magazine, which focuses on how regenerative medicine could change how we treat patients. Take a listen!
About Dr. Pallavi Cherukupally
Dr. Cherukupally graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Emory University in Atlanta and went on to earn her medical degree from Louisiana State University in New Orleans. Dr. Cherukupally completed her internship in internal medicine at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago and then her residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Chicago program at Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital.
Not stopping there, Dr. Cherukupally earned her fellowship in interventional spine and sports medicine at Portner Orthopedic Rehab in Honolulu.
Today, Dr. Cherukupally is a diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is licensed in Georgia and Hawaii. She is also a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Spine Intervention Society.
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