Adam Lewno, DO
Embrace Dance Projec. Mentor: Dr. M. Miknevich (UPMC) and Dr. A.Kirby (Jefferson Hospital)
UPMC Mercy Internal Medicine Osteopathic Curriculum Mentor: Dr. J. Ward (UPMC Mercy Department of Medicine)
Traumatic Brain Injury Disorders of Consciousness. Mentor: Dr. Cara Camiolo-Reddy and Dr. Gary Galang
Adult Spina Bifida Identification Card. Mentor: Dr. Brad Dicianno
Transitions of Care: Role of Verbal Signout. In collaboration with Victoria Treadway, MD, Gerald Nora, MD, David Itskevich, DO. Mentor: Dr. Julie Lanphere
Epidemiology of Injuries in Swimmers. Mentors: Dr. David Stone and Dr. Eric Helm
Ultrasound Evaluation of Shoulder Injuries in Swimmers. Mentors: Dr. Eric Helm and Dr. Matthew Maxwell
Osteopathic Curriculum in Residency. Mentor: Dr. John Ward (Director, AOA program, UPMC Mercy)
Brane LB, Carson R, Susmarski AJ, Lewno AJ, Dicianno BE. Changing Perception: Outcomes from a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medical Student Interest Fair. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Accepted May 2016
Haffey, P, Lewno AJ. Student Perspective: Making Yourself Competitive for PM&R Residencies. Journal of Osteopathic Physiatry. Volume 1:1, pp 21
Houtrow A., Lewno AJ. Autonomic Dysreflexia. An UPMC Patient Education Brochure. August 2012
Right Hand Dystonia in a Professional Musician. Lewno AJ, Munin M, Helm E. ACSM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, June 2016
The Role of Physiatry in Neurotruama. Lewno AJ. Oral presentation to University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine PM&R Interest Club. Pittsburgh, PA. May 3, 2016.
Residency and Interviews: What is there to Know -Oral residency Panel. Lewno AJ, Hatgis J, Fredericks B, Gruner M, Chambers L. AOCPMR Midyear Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. March 2016
Disorders of Consciousness. Lewno AJ. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Lunch and Learn Lecture series. Pittsburgh, PA. November 20th, 2015
Thoracic Back Pain in Collegiate Cross Country Runner. Lewno AJ, Helm E. ACSM Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 2015
Track to Physical Medicine and Rehab: Oral Residency Panel. Lewno, AJ, Mahajer A, Hatgis J, Fredericks B. AOCPMR Midyear Meeting. Atlantic City, NJ. April 5th, 2014
PMR topics: Disability Determination. Lewno AJ, and Miknevich M. UPMC Mercy Internal Medicine Residency Didactics. Request of Dr. Kiazand (UPMC IM) and Dr. Miknevich (UPMC PMR). Pittsburgh, PA. February 2nd, 2015
OMT in Low Back Pain: Oral presentation and workshop. Lewno AJ, Mahajer A. AOCPMR Midyear Meeting. Atlantic City, NJ. April 6th, 2014
Track to Physical Medicine and Rehab (panel discussion). American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Mid-Year Conference, 2014
UPMC Mercy Internal Medicine Osteopathic Didactics:
Osteopathic Structural Evaluation and Diagnosis Part 1: Static exam, Cervical and Thoracic spine. July 2016.
Osteopathic Treatment of the Lower Extremity and Part 1 of Sports. January 2016
Osteopathic Treatment of the Pelvic and Sacrum. December 2015.
Osteopathic Treatment of the Thoracic Spine and Ribs. November 2015.
Osteopathic Treatment of the Lumbar Spine. October 2015.
Osteopathic Structural Evaluation and Diagnosis Part 2: Lumbar spine and the Pelvis. September 2015.
Osteopathic Structural Evaluation and Diagnosis Part 1: Static exam, Cervical and Thoracic spine. August 2015.
Introduction to Osteopathic Manipulation. July 2015.
OMT in the Female Patient. April 2015.
Osseous Integration: From Pain to Dancing.A Lewno, MM Miknevich. AOCPMR Midyear Meeting, San Antonio, TX, April 2015.
Osseous Integration: From Pain to Dancing. A Lewno, MM Miknevich.UPMC Mercy Research Day. May 2015.
Disorders of Consciousness: When the FIM Scores Mislead. A Lewno, C. Camiolo-Reddy. AAP Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, February 2016
Disorders of Consciousness: When the FIM Scores Mislead. A Lewno, C. Camiolo-Reddy.UPMC Mercy Research Day. May 2016
Disorders of Consciousness: When the FIM Scores Mislead. A Lewno, C. Camiolo-Reddy. UPMC Rehab Institute Day. May 2016
Tied in Knots: Abdominal Pain in an Adolescent Female Runner. A Lewno, A. Dumont. AOCPMR Midyear Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, March 2016
UPMC PM&R Traumatic Brain Injury Award of Excellence (2016)
Why did you choose UPMC residency program?
I had a chance to visit Pittsburgh a few times as a medical student and each time I was amazed by how well the residents got along. They didn’t seem like coworkers but a large family. A crazy smart large family that seemed exhilarating to be part of.
Clinical: MSK, performing arts medicine, TBI, amputee, stroke
Research: Repetitive injuries in swimmers, OMM education and application, adaptive sports, disorders of consciousness in TBI
Medical School: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, WV
Undergraduate: Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Hometown: Racine, WI
Swimming, running, Salsa dance
Exploring new cities