Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine (ABPMR)
Pain Medicine (ABPM)
Fellowship: Gait & Motion Analysis at MossRehab
Chief resident: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Temple University Hospital
Combined residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pediatrics at Temple University Hospital and Albert Einstein Medical Center
Medical school: Temple University School of Medicine
BS (psychology) & BA (chemistry): University of Iowa
Mary Free Bed Medical Group, Grand Rapids, MI, February 2010–December 2018
Interim Residency Program Director, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital (MFBRH), November 2017–September 2018
Medical Director, Pediatric Outpatient Clinics, MFBRH, February 2014–January 2019
Advisory Board, Grand Valley State University Therapeutic Recreation Program, August 2012–present
Director-at-Large, Commission for Motion Laboratory Accreditation, August 2009–October 2010
Medical Director, Multidisciplinary Myelomeningocele Clinic, MFBRH, July 2008–February 2014
Rehabilitation Medicine Associates, Grand Rapids, MI, November 2007–January 2010
Motion Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006–November 2007
The Children’s Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2005–August 2006
I'm married to Dr Shana Rush, who beyond all her professional talents is a truly wonderful person. We love the outdoors and working together on our home.
My daughter Abby is into horses and has perfect pitch. My younger daughter Belle was born with the gift of happiness.
My hobbies include tai chi (I taught an introductory course a couple of years ago... if you think it looks hard to do you should try teaching it!), archery, cooking (the pages are falling out of Julia Child's The Way to Cook), barbecue, and backpacking. I still entertain delusions that someday I'll write a novel.
Dr A.J. Rush: "Finally, I am very proud and happy to again share workspace with my wife, Dr Shana Rush. For me she is my soulmate, the person I turn to for strength, but for everyone else she is simply the best pediatric neuropsychologist they have ever heard of. Truly 'the child whisperer.'"
I like what I do. It can be fascinating, exhilarating, and truly uplifting.
Sometimes I have something to say about it.