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Since 1983, Dr. Fereshteh S. Soumekh has risen to the top of her field with fellowships in Clinical Neurophysiology at Mass General, Pain Management at the University of Southern Florida, and a Neurology Residency at State University of New York at Buffalo. Dr. Soumekh is a graduate of Sackler Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University with internships at Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer Hospital and Beekman Downtown Hospital New York, NY. Aside from Boston Beauty MedSpa, Dr. Soumekh is currently a Clinical Instructor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School, a Pain Clinic Co-Director at Boston Veterans Administration Hospital, and a staff Neurologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology – Neurology (Recertification 2008)
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology – Added Qualification in Clinical Neurophysiology
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology – Added Qualification in Pain Management (Recertification 2010)
Soumekh, FS. Focal Dystonia as a possible cause of Failed Back surgery.
Procedding of the 55th annual scientific meeting of the American association of Neuromuscular & Electrophysiology Medicine, Rhode Island, 2008
Soumekh, FS, Ross, EL, Michna, E, Janfaza,D, Wasan A. Effects of botulinum toxin for segmental dystonia after radiotherapy for breast cancer. Proceeding of The 24th annual Scientific meeting of The American Pain Society. Boston MA, 2005.
Michna E; Ross E; Hynes E; Nedeljkovic S; Soumekh,S; Janfaza D; Palombi D; Jamison N. Predicting aberrant drug behavior in patients treated for chronic pain: Importance of abuse history. J Pain & symptom management 2004; 28:250-258
Dennerlein JT, Soumekh FS, Fossel AH, Amick BC 3rd, Keller RB, Katz JN. Longer distal motor latency predicts better outcomes of carpal tunnel release. J Occup Environ Med 2002 Feb;44(2):176-83.
Dennerlein, J., Soumekh, F. S., Fossel, Amick, Katz, J. Longer Distal Motor Latency Predicts Better Surgical Outcomes of Carpal Tunnel Syndromes. The 47th Annual Meeting of the Orthopedic Research Society, 2000.
Soumekh, F.S, LaCross, S.,. Chronic Pain Rehabilitation, In: Massachusetts General Hospital Textbook of Pain (eds.): Borsook, D., Lebel, A., McPeek, B., Little Brown & Co., 1996; 194-206.
Jacobs, L., Munschauer, F., Soumekh, F.S., Multiple Sclerosis Center, Millard Filmore Hospital, Buffalo, NY, Cluster Multiple Sclerosis in Buffalo – Genetic, Immunologic, and Environmental Factors. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, 1995.
Soumekh, F.S., Kori, S.H., Opiate Injection of Peripheral Nerves and Nerve Roots. The 11th Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society, San Diego, CA, 1992.
Goldberg, R.T., Soumekh, F.S., Foydel, J.P., Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse in Adults with Chronic Pain. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, San Francisco, CA, 1992.
Todd, D., Kori, S.H., Miller, R.P., Soumekh, F.S., The Incidence of Kinesophobia in an Inpatient Chronic Pain Program. The 9th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, Atlanta, GA, 1990.
Truax, B.T., Shin, I., Soumekh, F.S., Chutkow, J.G., Bilateral Pseudosixth Nerve Palsy in Midbrain Infarction. Proceeding the 40th Annual Meeting of American Academy of Neurology, Cincinnati, OH, 1988.
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