Mary Ann Miknevich, MD
Mary Ann Miknevich, MD, currently holds many academic and professional positions in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Miknevich is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; and an Amputee Clinic Chief, Pennsylvania State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.
She is the Associate Program Director of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program at UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center).
She has affiliations with numerous other hospitals and facilities in the Pittsburgh area and has been featured as a “Top Doctor” in Western Pennsylvania Hospital News, as well as recognized as a “Top Doctor” and “Best Doctor” for Pittsburgh Magazine from 2010 through 2016. She has also been named to the Castle Connolly list of “America’s Top Doctors” for 2011 through 2016. She has been recognized with the “Patient’s Choice Award” by Vitals.com as well as a “Most Compassionate Physician Award” for the past several years, she received a Distinguished Service Award from PARF (Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities) for her work with people with disabilities.
Dr. Miknevich earned a medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She served her internship in Internal Medicine at Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh and completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at St. Francis General Hospital, also in Pittsburgh.
She has published articles in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Critical Reviews in PM&R and the St. Francis Journal of Medicine and has co-authored many poster and paper presentations for annual society meetings. Dr. Miknevich has given numerous lectures nationally and internationally and has been the moderator and featured speaker of several professional programs, including annual meetings of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, for which she also served as a Workshop Director, and in 2010 through the present where she serves as an instructor for the Resident training session on Electromyography at the Association of Academic Physiatrist’s Annual meeting.
Dr. Miknevich is a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a Diplomate of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine and is a member of the Association of Academic Physiatrists.
She is a Senior Vignette Writer for the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a Guest Oral Examiner for the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She is a member of the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
She is the President of Medical Rehabilitation, Inc.–a 7 physician private practice group specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the Greater Pittsburgh Area.
She is passionate about her role as a physiatrist and is grateful for the opportunity to help other’s achieve their highest level of function.
Her main office location is a UPMC Mercy (1350 Locust Street, Suite 409). She also serves as the Rehabilitation Medical Director for Vincentian Home and holds six amputee clinics in the greater Pittsburgh area.
A lifelong Pittsburgher, she enjoys watching local sports teams, gardening and spending time with her family whenever possible.
Jeffrey D. Lemberg, MD
Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry, Albion College, l979
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.),
American University of the Caribbean, l982
Internship in Internal Medicine Providence Hospital, Southfield, MI, 1983
Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, 1987
100 Delafield Road, Suite 103
Pittsburgh, PA 15215
Telephone: (412) 622-4313
Fax: (412) 688-3584
110 Ft. Couch Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Telephone: (412) 831-2300
Fax: (412) 831-2428
P. O. Box 40290
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Board Certified, 1988)
Electrodiagnostic Medicine (Board Certified, 1989)
Expertise in performing and interpreting nerve and muscle testing to assess carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy, cervical and lumbar radiculopathy.
Evaluate and prescribe appropriate exercise-oriented rehabilitation for back and neck conditions.
Nerve Conduction Studies
Ellen H. Mustovic, MD
University of Rochester School of Medicine in 1986
Internship and Residency at the University of Pittsburgh with the specialty of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1990
Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
20397 Route 19, Suite 228
Cranberry Township PA 16066
Dr. Mustovic is a native Pitsburgher who attended North Hills High School and has an undergraduate degree from Allegheny College. In addition to her position within MRI she is the Medical Director of Health South Sewickley Rehabilitation Hospital and the Rehabilitation Director for the Allegheny Valley School residential facilities. She is also a Clinical instructor for resident Physicians in the UPMC Residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In addition to her many work interests Dr. Mustovic enjoys reading and traveling with her family.
Ravi R. Shankar, MD
Karin Greenberg, DO
Viji Shankar, MD
Viji Shankar is a Pain Specialist who did a Fellowship in interventional and Chronic Pain Management at West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh and completed her residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at UPMC Mercy in Pittsburgh. She is a graduate of Madras Medical College. During her free time she loves to train for a Marathon.
The following services are available by Dr Viji Shankar in two locations:
White Oak Medical
1220 Lincoln Way, Suite 102
White Oak, PA 15131
Excela Square Office Park, Building 1
8981 Norwin Avenue, Suite 204
North Huntingdon, PA 15642
Fluoroscopic guided Lumbar, Cervical & Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injections.
Fluoroscopic guided Lumbar selective nerve root blocks
Fluoroscopic guided Cervical facet nerve blocks
Fluoroscopic guided Lumbar facet nerve blocks and Rhizotomies
Fluoroscopic guided Sacroiliac Joint injections and Rhizotomies
Occipital Nerve Blocks for Occipital neuralgia related headaches
Trigger point injections
Comprehensive Opiate/Multidisciplinary pain managements for appropriate patients
Dr. Nicholas Love
Dr. Nicholas F. Love has recently joined our team and is a Doctor
of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (“PM&R”). Dr. Love completed his residency in PM&R
at University of Rochester Medical Center in NY.
Dr. Love is a graduate of Temple University School of
Medicine, and received his B.S. from the University of Penn State, attended
Townson University for their Pre-Medical Program. He is a member of American Academy of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Association of Academic Physiatrists.
Dr. Love will be specializing in: Strokes, Brain Injuries,
Spinal Cord Injuries, Spasticity, Arthritis, Musculoskeletal Disorders,
Concussions and Fibromyalgia.
Dr. Love is from Latrobe and currently resides in
Pittsburgh with his wife and two children.
During his free time Dr. Love enjoys hiking, biking, and camping.