OrthoWilmington has hired Joanne B. Allen, Renee Wall and Catherine Williams.
Allen is a board-certified specialist in both physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as sports medicine. She will perform electromyogram (EMG) and nerve conduction studies at OrthoWilmington, according to a news release. Allen previously served as a medical staff/consultant in the 1996 Olympics and Paralympics in Beijing, China. She is also currently team physician for the U.S. sailing team.
She graduated from Duke University with degrees in zoology and psychology and earned her medical degree from Bowman School of Medicine at Wake Forest University. Allen did her residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Spain Rehabilitation Center.
Williams joins OrthoWilmington as a physician assistant and has prior experience in emergency medicine. Williams graduated from Wake Forest with double bachelor of science degrees in health and exercise science and biology. She earned a master of medical science degree in physician assistant studies from Wake Forest’s medical school.
Renee Wall also joins OrthoWilmington as a physician assistant and has more than seven years of spine experience. Wall received her undergraduate degree in experiential education from Prescott College in Arizona and her master of physician assistant studies from Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine.
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