Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa has welcomed two doctors as part of its newly created Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department, the Cedar Rapids-based medical group announced this week.
Dr. Justin Gilbert and Dr. James Huber have joined the clinic’s new department, which focuses on physical medicine, such as sports, occupational and musculoskeletal injuries; rehabilitation medicine, focused on the chronic effects of stokes, traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis and more; and electrodiagnostic medicine, focused on peripheral nerve injuries.
Dr. Gilbert specializes in musculoskeletal medicine with an emphasis on interventional spine care. He earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University in New Orleans and completed his residency at Carolinas Rehabilitation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Dr. Huber specializes in kinetic chain diagnosis and treatment, musculoskeletal medicine, cancer rehabilitation, spasticity management and occupational rehabilitation. He earned his medical degree from the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Glassboro, New Jersey, and completed his residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia/Cornell. Founded in 1997, PCI is one of Iowa’s largest private specialty medical groups. The organization’s PCI Medical Pavilion in Cedar Rapids now houses more than 110 medical providers and 400 support staff, according to the clinic.