Dr. Naureen Sheikh

Main Provider for the Benton Clinic
Dr. Naureen Sheikh,

Dr. Naureen Sheikh

Main Provider for the Benton Clinic

 

EDUCATION & TRAINING:-

  • Non-Surgical Orthopaedics, P.C. Marietta, GA
  • Interventional Spine Fellowship August 2013-July 2014
  • East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine Greenville, NC
  • Vidant Medical Center July 2009- June 2013
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency
  • Matthew’s University School of Medicine Grand Cayman Islands
  • Doctorate of Medicine August 2005-May 2009
  • Joseph’s College of Maine
  • Masters in Health Science Administration Windham, ME
  • Anticipated date of Completion December of 2013 Jan 2006- Present
  • University of Maryland College Park, MD
  • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology Graduation: 12/1995

 

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • N2FM Enterprises Incorporated Fort Worth, TX
  • President March 2005- June 2007
  • Bayer Pharmaceutical Company RTP, NC
  • Research Associate May 1997- April 1999
  • Walter Reed Institute of Arm Research Washington, DC
  • Internship Sep 1995-Jan 1996

 

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS:

  • State Medical Board of Georgia
  • State Medical Board of North Carolina
  • USMLE Steps 1,2CK, 2CS, 3 Passed first attempt
  • SAE 2012- 87%, SAE 2013- 99%
  • AANEM SAE 2013 in Electro diagnostic Medicine number 30th in the nation
  • Basic Life Support
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • Principles of Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine-wound care certified
  • Attendee at the Program for Medical Ultrasound

 

APPOINTMENTS & COMMITTEES:

  • Musculoskeletal Medicine Council
  • Spine and Sports Interest Group

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS HELD:

  • American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Pain Society of the Carolinas
  • International Spine Intervention Society
  • Rehab In Review 2012-2013 Regional Managing Editor

 

PRESENTATIONS:

Malignant Hypertension: Case Report, Wilmington, NC  Case Presentation, Vidant Medical Center, Grand Rounds for Family Medicine

Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Syndromes, Vidant Medical Center, Grand Rounds Chronic Pain in Spinal Cord Injury Patients, Vidant Medical Center, Grand Rounds –May 2012 Lack of effort towards removal of Foley catheters before transferring patients for rehabilitation-2012  GME

Research Day poster presentation

Does early Foley catheter removal lead to higher re-catheterization rate in patients at a Rehabilitation (Rehab) Center- 2012 GME Research Day oral presentation-Honorable Mention Award Recipient.

Sacroiliac Dysfunction-Grand Rounds- February 2013
Various Journal Club presentations from 2011-2013

 

RESEARCH:

GME Research Day 2012. East Carolina Heart Institute, May 16, 2012

Ashraf MS, Kinzie V, Sheikh N, Cochran K, Xiangming F, Faulk C, Ramsey KM. “Does early foley catheter removal lead to higher re-catheterization rate in patients at a Rehabilitation (Rehab) Center.”

AGS Annual Meeting 2012. Seattle, WA, May 3-5, 2012

Ashraf MS, Sheikh N, Kinzie V, Cochran K, Faulk C, Ramsey K. “Lack of effort towards removal of foley catheters before transferring patients for rehabilitation.”

IDSA Annual Meeting 2011, Boston, MA , October 19-23, 2011

Ashraf MS, Kinzie V, Sheikh N, Cochran K, Xiangming F, Faulk C, Ramsey KM. “Does early foley catheter removal lead to higher re-catheterization rate in patients at a Rehabilitation (Rehab) Center.” AAPM&R 2012 in Atlanta, GA, case report: Electrodiag`nostic and Functional Changes observed in a patient

with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Type 2 over a decade. Sheikh N, Widner A, Norbury J, Faulk C.