Dr. Jarrod Friedman: nationally recognized Pain Managment Physiatrist

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Specialization: Management of Painful Disorders of the Spine

dr jarrod friedman Dr. Jarrod Friedman, M.D.
Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Subspecialty certification in Pain Medicine


Currently licensed to practice in three states:

  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Maryland

Medical training:

  • Fellowship: University of Michigan
  • Residency: University of Chicago Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Internship: Frankford Medical Center (Jefferson University and Albert Einstein Medical Center)
  • Doctor of Medicine: Ross University School of Medicine

26-time published medical author: books, journal articles, national media and public presentations

  • Two published books on rehabilitation
  • 24 articles and presentations on pain management to professional organizations, peers, media and public at large

Dr. Friedman brings more than 15 years of pain management program development, teaching, research and patient treatment experience, along with a dedicated passion to the principles of more comprehensive, patient-centric care, to diagnose and treat:
• Chronic pain conditions of the spine
• Peripheral joint, muscle and nerve conditions
• Anti-aging (functional and regenerative medicine)

Dr. Friedman is board certified in both Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine


Johns Hopkins Program Development

Dr. Friedman developed, launched and directed successful pain management programs for the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University Hospital System. This included the pain management program for the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Pain Management for the Spine Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Recognized Teaching Expertise

He has taught physical medicine and rehabilitation and pain management procedures to both medical fellows and residents at Johns Hopkins; launched a weekly board review lecture series for residents to facilitate their board preparation; and earned the Golden Goniometry Award for Best Teacher in 2008: recognition of his teaching excellence in the field of medicine.