Joshua S. Armstrong, D.O.

Dr. Armstrong is a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation specialist. He completed his residency program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and went on to complete an Interventional Spine fellowship at the Florida Spine Institute.

Dr. Armstrong is a published physician and holds medical memberships with the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation as well as the American Osteopathic Association.  He performs a variety of non-operative interventional spine procedures, including peripheral joint and musculoskeletal injections, as well as electrodiagnostic testing.

Education
  • B.S., Mount Mercy University
  • D.O., Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
  • Residency, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  • Fellowship, Interventional Spine, Florida Spine Institute
Professional Associations
  • American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • American Osteopathic Association

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Publications:

  1. Feeko K, Armstrong J, Browne B, Vexing visual deficits: Features of Balint's syndrome in a patient with Moyamoya disease. A Case Report. Oct, 2012. PM&R Vol. 4, Issue 10, Supplement, Pages S377-S378.

 

  1. Armstrong J, Simon J. “AAPM&R- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.” PM&R Knowledge NOW. Topic: AIDP/ CIDP Treatments. Web. 23 September 2014.

 

  1. Simon J, Armstrong J, McAuliffe M, Vuong N. Musculocutaneous Neuropathy After Biceps Implantation. A Case Report. American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery- approved; waiting publish date.

 

  1. Simon J, Armstrong J, Derrington S, “Chapter 52: Epidural Injections.” Secrets: Spine. Expected Publish date: To be announced.

 

  1. Armstrong J, Smith A, Hannah A, The Effects of Intravenous Ketamine Infusions in a Patient with Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus Complicated with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Submitted to Journal of Dermatologic Case Reports

 

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