Dr. Christopher W. Huston is fellowship-trained in the diagnosis, rehabilitation and utilization of interventional spine procedures for the treatment of painful spine disorders. He reviews for various medical journals, which has included the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Journal of Physical Medicine, and Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine.
Dr. Huston has served on several award, planning, and spine committees for the Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports & Occupational Rehabilitation. Additionally, he served as assistant chief of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center for the U.S. Army in Washington, D.C.
He has published various scientific abstracts, manuscripts, articles, and book chapters for various physical medicine, rehabilitation and spine disorder publications regarding spine disorders and interventions. Dr. Huston is regularly asked to present on those topics across North America. He is the TOCA Interventional Spine Fellowship Director. Physicians from across the country apply for the TOCA Interventional Spine Fellowship to work with Dr. Huston.
One of Dr. Huston's articles was cited in The Korean Journal of Pain. Keep reading to see the original article on PubMed!
We're celebrating Dr. Huston for being in the Top 5% of The American Registry's "Most Honored Professionals."
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) specialists diagnosis, treat and rehabilitate individuals suffering from a wide variety of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions.