Jose Garcia-Corrada, MD

Assistant Professor Orthopaedics

Emory University School of Medicine

Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

emory University School of Medicine

Phone: 404-778-7000

Additional Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center

59 Executive Park South
Suite 3000

Atlanta, GA 30329

Education

  • Medical School, Universidad Central de Caribe School of Medicine, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, 1997
  • Internship: Internal Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Cabrini Medical Center, New York, NY, 1998
  • Residency: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitaion, Robert Wood Johnson University of Medicine and Dentistry's JFK-Johnson Rehabilitation Institute, Edison, NJ, 2001
  • Fellowship: Interventional Pain Management, Emory University School of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Atlanta, GA, 2005

Biography

Dr. Garcia-Corrada joined the Emory faculty in 2001 and served as chief of Rehabilitation Medicine at Emory-Wesley Woods Center prior to joining the Emory Spine Center in 2005. Dr. Garcia is board certified in physiatry and pain medicine.

Honors and Awards

  • Class President, Universidad Central del Caribe School of Medicine
    • 1994 – 1995
    • 1996 – 1997
    • Aventis/Rhone-Poulenc PM&R Resident Scholarship, 1999
    • Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award, Emory University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitaiton, July 2004

Lectureships, Seminar Invitations and Visiting Professorships

  • Primary Care Update: Office Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine and Spine Problems
  • Emory University School of Medicine
  • “Primary care management of back/leg pain”
  • “How to perform a time-efficient neurologic exam”

Publications

  1. Elovic EP, Garcia-Corrada JE, Cuccurulio SJ, Strax TE (2000) “Clozapine use for recalcitrant agitation in TBI”  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 81(9)1302
  2. Jones WM, Garcia-Corrada JE (2004)  Use of fluoroscopy in corticosteroid injections for recalcitrant greater trochanteric bursitis.”  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 85:E29