Rosemarie Filart , MDPelvic Rehabilitation Medicine
Dr. Rosemarie Filart, MD, MPH is an integrative rehabilitation specialist who has been practicing as a physician for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in treatment of chronic pelvic pain and rehabilitation from nerve and musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Filart’s interdisciplinary background includes expertise in Integrative Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and specialties in a wide range of non-narcotic and minimally invasive solutions for chronic pelvic pain. Recognizing that chronic pain is a complicated condition which often requires a multimodal response, Dr. Filart has experience applying effective, minimally invasive treatments which include acupuncture, nerve block and trigger point injections, cupping, and microcurrent / electrical stimulation. Her patient-centered approach also takes into consideration important lifestyle factors such as diet, sleep, stress, exercise, and behavioral health. Dr. Filart earned her Medical Degree and Masters in Public Health through a dual degree program at George Washington School of Medicine & Public Health. Following medical school, she received training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine, and in Primary Care Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. She has also received fellowships from the Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation and the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. Dr. Filart is board-certified in PM&R, Integrative Medicine, Brain Injury, and Spinal Cord Medicine. She has authored book chapters and peer-reviewed articles in the fields of clinical science, education, medicine, and public health, and has received multiple awards in clinical care, teamwork in public health, and leadership. She joined the team at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine in 2021. When not working with patients, Dr. Filart enjoys sailing, kayaking, dragon-boating, and other outdoor activities with family and friends. She volunteers for the American Red Cross, local health clinics, international charities, and international medical missions to provide care for underserved communities.