Specialty: Non-operative Interventional Spine Care, Interventional Pain Management, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Before joining OrthoMaryland, in 2005, Dr. Grant completed an intensive pain medicine fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine. During her fellowship training, she mastered many leading-edge procedures, including epidural steroid, facet and sacroiliac injections, as well as medial branch blocks and facet radiofrequency.
Dr. Grant has presented at several American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation annual conferences, sharing her research on the use of metabolic measurement in determining nutritional needs in children, work-related lower back injuries and hip motion control in subjects with prior lower limb musculoskeletal injury. While a member of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine, Dr. Grant gave a number of presentations, most notably on whiplash syndrome rehabilitation, gender variations in pain and hip replacement.
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Top Doctor, Baltimore Magazine – 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015
- Leadership Excellent Award, VCU/MCV Dept. of PM&R 2004
- Academic Achievement Award, VCU/MCV Dept. of PM&R 2004
- Clinical Excellence Award, VCU/MCV Dept. of PM&R 2003
- Making Caring Visible Award, MCV Hospitals 2001
Sailing, hiking, kayaking, cycling, rock climbing and traveling.
The Use of Metabolic Measurement in Determining the Nutritional Needs in a Child in Persistent Vegetative State: A Case Report-Poster presentation AAPMR Conference – 10/03
Greenwald BD, Cifu DX, Marwitz JH, Enders LJ, Brown AW, Englander JS, Zafonte RD.
Factors associated with balance deficits on admission to rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury: a multicenter analysis. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 2001;16(3):238-252. (Note, this article was published under Dr. Grant’s maiden name, Enders)