foot and ankle imaging

May 1, 2013

Peter L. Glickman, M.D., Joins All-American Teleradiology

Peter L. Glickman, M.D., Joins All-American Teleradiology

Brings Musculoskeletal and Foot and Ankle Imaging Expertise to Growing Radiology Team 

(Bay Village, OH) May 2, 2013 – All-American Teleradiology announces Peter L. Glickman, M.D., has joined its team of subspecialty radiologists. After completing a National Institute of Health-funded Musculoskeletal Imaging Fellowship at Brigham and Womens Hospital in 2005, his career has concentrated on advanced musculoskeletal imaging interpretation for private practices in Philadelphia and Manhattan, as well as national subspecialty teleradiology companies serving numerous hospitals, specialty clinics and professional sports teams.  He also teaches foot and ankle imaging at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine.  Dr. Glickman specializes in multi-modality diagnosis of musculoskeletal disorders and internal derangements of joints related to sports medicine, trauma, rheumatology, and orthopedic oncology.  He has a special expertise in the small joints of the extremities, and has delivered numerous educational and research presentations. He currently serves on the Education Committee for the Society of Skeletal Radiology.

“Dr. Glickman brings tremendous expertise in musculoskeletal and small joint imaging, especially the foot and ankle, which will be a great benefit to our clients,” says Scott Pohlkamp, chief executive officer of All-American Teleradiology.  “We are delighted to have him as member of our team,” adds Pohlkamp.

In addition to his clinical responsibilities Dr. Glickman will provide insight and best practices for clients through articles and lectures posted on the All-American Teleradiology website.

Peter L. Glickman, MD, graduated from Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania and received his MD from Harvard Medical School.  Dr. Glickman completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, the American Roentgen Ray Society, the Society of Skeletal Radiology, and the American College of Radiology.

All-American Teleradiology will continue to grow its team of subspecialty radiologists in 2013 to support the demand for its teleradiology services.