Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Low Back Pain, Repetitive Stress Injuries, Sports-related Injuries, Chronic Pain Syndromes, Amputations: Prosthetics/Orthotics
Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine; internship in Internal Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital; residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Harvard Medical School/Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital
Robert Krug, M.D. is the President and Medical Director of Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital, chief physician for Rehabilitation Medicine at Saint Francis Hospital, the medical director for PM&R Services at the Mandell MS Center, as well as the physician leader for the Saint Francis Care Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service Line. His current clinical practice is focused on the medical rehabilitation and symptom management of multiple sclerosis, stroke, brain injury and movement disorders with a focus on spasticity, dystonia, PBA, pain, and mobility evaluation & treatment. He has given numerous community/regional/national lectures on a variety of topics pertinent to symptom management and health & wellness pertaining to the MS, stroke, Movement Disorder (Parkinson’s) and other neurologically impaired patients.
In September of 2015 Dr. Krug was named the Weldon chair and director of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine's Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine and Center for U.S. Veterans Rehabilitation at Quinnipiac.