Ashlee Bolger

Ashlee Bolger

PM&R Medical Student Clerkship Director; Associate Program Director Pediatrics/PM&R Residency Program

Childrens Hospital Bldg R

COM Pediatrics PM&R - 0054

Professional Summary

Inpatient rehabilitation management of individuals with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, stroke, chronic pain, conversion disorder, functional decline secondary to other neurologic oncologic, or other medical conditions.
Spina bifida, Neuromuscular disorders, Traumatic brain injury, Spasticity management.


Expected Degree: Master of Education, MEd, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2018

MD, University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine Columbia, Missouri, 2009

Bachelor of Science, Truman State University 2004 (Exercise Science)

Research and Practice Interests


Peer Reviewed Publications

Bolger, A., Vargus-Adams, J., and McMahon, M (2017. ) Transition of Care in Adolescents with Cerebral Palsy: A survey of current practices .PM&R, , 9 ,844-854

McMahon, M., Bolger, A. (2017. ) Myelomeningocele .AAPMR Knowledge Now , ,

Wade, S., Bolger, A., and Kurowski, B. (2017. ) Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury .Handbook of Pediatric Psychology, , 5th Edition ,

Bolger, A., Collins, A., Michels, M., Pruitt, D. (2017. ) Characteristics and Outcomes of children with conversion disorder admitted to inpatient rehabilitation unit, a retrospective study. .International Conference on Functional (Psychogenic) Neurological Disorders, , Sept, 2017 ,Poster

Post Graduate Training and Education

2009-2014 Residency, Dual Boarded Program: Pediatrics - Children’s Hospital Medical Center; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - University of Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, , Cincinnati, OH

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