MD for Moms Radio | Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed | Pelvic Pain | Oct 25th 2017

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Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed

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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed about pelvic pain. Having a baby can cause pelvic discomfort or even pain, but is rarely permanent. What happens when the pain does not go away? How about pelvic pain not associated with pregnancy? Learn the causes and types of pelvic pain and also ways to treat it on this week’s MD for Moms.

Learn more about my guest, Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed:

Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed is a doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation who was born and raised in New York. She completed the BS/DO program at New York Institute of Technology and was trained at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Northwell Health Plainview Hospital and the NYU Langone Medical Center/RUSK Institute for Rehabilitation.

board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician, Dr. Ahmed is also a fellow of the Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitationand a member of the International Pelvic Pain Society.

Dr. Ahmed is a contributing author to a textbook which is considered a staple during every Physiatrist’s training.  The fourth edition is currently in press and scheduled to publish in the spring of 2019. This full title reference is: Ahmed T, Chan I:  “Pelvic Pain”,  Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 4th edition by Frontera W,  Silver J, Rizzo T; Elsevier, Philadelphia, In Press.

After spending the last five years honing her skills in outpatient care, Dr. Ahmed is ready to focus on her passion for treating pelvic pain. Dr. Ahmed has chosen a focused practice, because she believes concentrating on a specific field creates the greatest expertise. Chasing that greatness has been her consistent driving force.

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