Contact Us

Maggie Niles Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident Program & Pain Medicine Fellowship Coordinator

1542 Tulane Ave

Room 433, Box T4M-2

New Orleans, LA 70112

504.568.2577  Phone

504-568.2127 Fax


Jessica Guillory Riche, MHA

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Assistant Business Manager

1542 Tulane Avenue

Room 442, Box T4M-2

New Orleans, LA  70112

504.568.2370  Phone

504.568.2127  Fax


Program History

Click here to find out how the program began and the history of the L-M Building


Thank you for your interest in our program.

The faculty, fellows, residents, and staff are proud of our heritage in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at LSU.  More than two hundred alumni physiatrists practice around the country in clinical, research, leadership, and service roles.

We are privileged to serve a very large population at multiple facilities in our community including Univeristy Medical Center of New Orleans, Touro Rehabilitation Center, Veterans Affairs Medical Center of New Orleans, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Children’s Hospital, East Jefferson General Hospital, and Chabert Medical Center.  The diversity of pathology and number of patients who provide learning opportunities are incomparable.  The strength and diversity of our faculty is underscored by the representation of subspecialty certification in spinal cord injury medicine, pain medicine, pediatric PM&R, neuromuscular medicine, brain injury medicine, and sports medicine. 

Collaboration of faculty and residents in the selection of their fellow residents has produced a dynamic and ever improving program.  We have consistently been accredited since 1973.  We currently have twenty-four residents in the ACGME accredited residency program and 4 fellows in our ACGME accredited Pain Medicine fellowship.  Add to this the charm, excitement, and cultural opportunities of New Orleans, and the experience is hard to top.  

Peruse the site, contact our residents, visit the program; or do a rotation with us.  Our strong program is getting stronger, and we invite you to become a part of it.

Gary R. Glynn, MD

Clinical Professor
Chief, Section of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation