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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician most recently was with Carolinas Medical Center
(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) is pleased to announce that Dr. Christine C. Groves, M.D., has joined the hospital’s physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) team on Sept. 1.
Groves a native of Indianapolis, Indiana comes to RHI after completing her PM&R residency program at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to her PM&R residency, she was a resident at St. Vincent Hospital and Health Services, one of RHI’s parent partners.
Groves received her Doctor of Medicine degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine, and her undergraduate degree from Butler University, Indianapolis, IN. She also completed training in Medical Acupuncture for Physicians at UCLA/Helms Medical Institute. She is a member of both the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Medical Acupuncture.
Groves is a talented general physiatrist with a special interest in neuro-rehabilitation. Her research experience and interests include post-stroke shoulder pain and acupuncture in acute and chronic pain conditions.
Outside of work, Groves enjoys outdoor sports, gardening, cooking, and traveling. Other personal interests are International medicine and community development.
In addition to her role as a physiatrist with RHI, Dr. Groves is assistant clinical professor for the Indiana University Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. To learn more about her extensive medical experience, please click here.
Since 1992, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) has been a comprehensive source of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services with one inpatient hospital and three outpatient facilities in the Indianapolis area. We specialize in the treatment of disability to the adult population due to brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, orthopedic conditions, arthritis, chronic and temporary pain, and diverse neurological disorders. RHI’s Sports Program, which is recognized among the best in the country, serving hundreds of people with disabilities every year.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) is a community collaboration between Indiana University Health and St. Vincent Health. To learn more about RHI, visit our website www.rhin.com, or follow the hospital on Facebook and Twitter.