Dr. Usama Gabr




Dr. Gabr founded the Pain & Ortho-Spine Institute in 2005 under Columbia Clinic and the Physiatry and Rehabilitation Associates which later joined the Pain & Ortho-Spine Institute; a multi-state organization and center of excellence medical group providing care for the Physical well being of individuals suffering from neurologic, Orthopedic and Spine disorders.


Dr. Gabr also serves as the Medical Director of the Providence Orthopedic & Neuro Spine Institute, which has 3 locations in the united states; Columbia SC, Rochester, MI and Dearborn MI.


Dr. Gabr attended the University of Illinois at Chicago for undergraduate education, where he majored in physics and chemistry. He completed 2 years Fellowship training at the prestigious University of Chicago hospital under federally funded National Institute of Health (NIH) achievement grant. He is the author of numerous research articles and frequently presents his research findings at medical conferences and assemblies.


Dr. Gabr received his medical degree with honors from Cairo University. He completed internship at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. He completed his residency at the University of Cincinnati in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, where he was elected as the chief resident physician. The following year he was recognized by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and obtained his Board certificate in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, he is an active member of the Academy of PMR, the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Michigan PMR society, South Carolina Physical Medicine Society, The National Arab American Medical Association, Egyptian American Medical Society, Association of the Academic Physiatrist. He is a staff physician of the Orthopedic Department for Richland Memorial Hospital the teaching facility for the University of South Carolina, Baptist Hospital and Doctors Hospital of Michigan.


Dr. Gabr is fairly involved in international training as well in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and interventional Physiatry medicine, he served as the president of the North and South Carolina Egyptian Medical Society and travels frequently as invited speaker to different universities in the Middle East. Dr. Gabr is also involved in organizing medical conferences in the US and Middle East.