The landscape of Centeno-Schultz Clinic is changing with the graduation of the 2018 fellows and the start of our new 2019 clinical fellows. Fellowship is an additional year of specialized training after successful completion of medical school, internship and residency. The physicians selected for the Centeno-Schultz Clinic fellowship have excelled in academics, clinical practice and are proficient using both ultrasound and x-ray. The Centeno-Schultz Clinic fellows have opted to dedicate any additional year of study with focus in orthobilogics where they will learn the how to diagnose, manage and treat common orthopedic conditions with precise injections of both platelet and or bone marrow concentrates. They will learn the role of biomechanics and how the body is truly all connected and how to prevent future injuries. This will be in addition to participating in seminars, assisting in cadaver workshops and research projects with publications.
Meet Dr. Mairin Jerome
A native of New York City, Mairin grew up with a strong exposure and interest in art and attended Brown University where she earned a BA in Visual Arts. She then taught elementary school in New Mexico with Teach for America, a non profit organization committed to educational equity and excellence. She completed medial school at University of Vermont where she spent an additional year of training as a student fellow in anatomic and clinical pathology. Dr. Jerome completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Emory University where she served as a Chief Resident. She has published articles in peer reviewed publications and co-authored a book chapter about the history of regenerative medicine with Dr. Centeno and Williams.
Dr. Jerome has a strong interest in the pelvic floor dysfunction and its relationship to lumbar spine, hip and knee disorders. Look for a Pelvic Floor Center of Excellence in 2020!
Below is a painting/collage she created using both light and electron microscopy of bone tissue.
Welcome aboard Dr. Jerome!