Rhonda Taubin, MD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose - 06/07/2022

Faculty Bio – Rhonda Taubin MD

Rhonda Taubin is a specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  She is originally from Miami, Florida.  She completed her undergraduate degree at Tulane University and attended medical school at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.  She joined Intermountain in 2020 from the Shepherd Center, recognized as one of the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.   She has been focused on neurorehabilitation for the past 20 years.  Particular areas of interest include acquired brain injury and more specifically mild TBI/ concussion.  She also specializes in post concussive syndrome, headaches, and strokes.  She also has extensive experience with spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and spasticity management including Botox injections.  She has a particular interest in the use of sphenopalantine ganglion blocks for headaches and more recently dysautonomia.

 

 

Test questions

1-      How many days should patients avoid NSAIDs after concussion?

A)      3 days

B)      1 day

C)      7 days

 

2-      After concussion, patients should be referred to therapy, sooner rather than later

if the following findings are present:

A)      Neck pain

B)      Dizziness not responsive to Epley maneuver

C)      PTA (post traumatic amnesia) > 1 day

D)     A and B