Adrielle Fry, MD
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Bio: Adrielle L. Fry, MD 2108 N Pacific St Apt 312 Seattle, WA 98103 (281) 450-5766 adrielle.fry@gmail.com Education 2003-2007 Rice University, Houston, TX B.S. in Bioengineering, cum laude 2007-2011 University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX M.D. Postgraduate Training 2011-2012 Transitional Year Internship Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, Spartanburg, SC 2012-2015 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2014-2015 Chief Resident University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2015-2016 ACGME accredited Sports Medicine Fellowship University of Washington, Seattle, WA Professional Experience 2016-Present Evergreen Health, Division of Sports and Spine Kirkland, WA Sports Coverage Positions 2013-present Seattle Marathon Medical Team Captain, Seattle, WA 2014-present Seattle Marathon 10K Event Physician, Seattle, WA 2014-present Seattle Rock’n’Roll Marathon Medical Team Captain, Seattle, WA 2014 Ballard High School Football Event Physician, Seattle, WA 2014 Seattle Dance Medicine Free Clinic, Seattle, WA 2015-2016 Ballard High School Team Physician, Seattle, WA 2015 National Veterans Wheelchair Games Event Physician, Dallas, TX 2015 Seattle Slam Quad Rugby Tournament Event Physician, Seattle, WA Fry 2 2015 Seattle Slam Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Event Physician, Seattle, WA 2016 Washington State Wrestling Championships Event Physician, Tacoma, WA 2016 PAC-12 Women’s Gymnastics Championships Event Physician, Seattle, WA 2016 Nick of Time Foundation Youth Cardiac Screening Physician, Seattle, WA 2016 -present Lake Washington High School Team Physician, Kirkland, WA Honors and Awards 2003 Fluor Daniel, Inc. Scholarship 2004-2007 Louis J. Walsh Scholarship in Engineering, Rice University 2007 Rice University, cum laude, Bioengineering 2007 The Bioengineering Outstanding Senior Design Project Award, Rice University 2007 Outstanding Developmental Anatomy Student, University of Texas Medical School at Houston 2015 Outstanding Resident Award, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington Board Certification 2009-2012 USMLE Step I (2009), II (2010), III (2012) 2016 American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 ABPMR Subspecialty Certification in Sports Medicine Licensure 2011-2012 South Carolina 2012-present Washington Professional Organizations 2014-present American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2014-present North American Spine Society 2014-present American Academy of Physiatrists 2014-present American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Teaching Responsibilities 2005-2009 Tutor, math and sciences for students ranging from high school to college, Houston, TX 2006 Gross Anatomy Lab Teaching Assistant, UT Health Science Center, UT MD Anderson Clinical Research Program, Houston, Fry 3 TX 2014 Intro to Rehab Course, course organizer and lecturer, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine resident didactics, Seattle, WA 2015-2016 Biomechanics Course, lecturer, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine resident didactics, Seattle, WA 2015 -2016 Resident Ultrasound Course, preceptor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine resident didactics, Seattle, WA 2015-present MSK/Sports Ultrasound Club, founder and lecturer, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seattle, WA Special Local Responsibilities 2007-2011 Volunteer, National Marrow Donor Program, Houston, TX 2012 Spartanburg Family Medicine Internal Review Committee, Spartanburg, SC 2013-2014 Resident Recruitment and Retention Committee, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2013-2015 Resident Quality Improvement Committee, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2014-2015 Committee for Resident Education, Evaluation and Development, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2015 Panel Member, Transition to the Clerkships, Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM II), University of Washington Medical School, Seattle, WA Other Relevant Work Experience 2008 Texas Statewide Family Medicine Preceptorship Program, Houston, TX 2005-2006 Clinical Intern, University of Texas MD Anderson Clinical Research Program, Houston, TX 2014-2015 Medical Legal Consultant, Richard Seroussi MD, Seattle Sports and Spine, Seattle, WA Bibliography Refereed Publications: 1. Suri P, Fry AL, Gellhorn AC. Do Muscle Characteristics on Lumbar Spine Magnetic Resonance Imaging or Computed Tomography Predict Future Low Back Pain, Physical Function, or Performance? A Systematic Review. PM R 2015 May (Epub ahead of print). Book Chapters: Fry 4 1. Seroussi R, Singh V, Fry A. Chronic Whiplash Pain. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 2015 May;26(2):359-73. 2. Loveless MS, Fry AL. Pharmacologic Therapies in Musculoskeletal Conditions. Med Clin N Am 2016 July; 100: 869-890. Book Chapters (in progress): 1. Concannon LG, Bhatti OM, Fry AL, Harrast MA. Emergency Assessment and Care. In: Mitra R. Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine. Poster Presentations: 1. T. Darko, A. Fry, C. Patrick PhD, M. Miller MD. Assessment of quantitative measurements of the breast via 3D imaging technology. University of Texas - Rice University Biomedical Engineering Clinical and Research Summer Internship Program, Houston, TX, 2005 2. A. Fry, C. Patrick PhD, M. Miller MD. Reconstructive plastic surgery: outcomes and benefits. University of Texas - Rice University Biomedical Engineering Clinical and Research Summer Internship Program, Houston, TX, 2006 3. D. Bryant, D. Daye, A. Fry, J. Carroll, A. Gobin, J. West. Nanosorter: A high throughput nanoshell sorting device. Rice University Department of Bioengineering External Advisory Committee (EAC) meeting, Houston, TX, 2007 4. A. Fry, A. Gelhorn, P. Suri. Can Paraspinal Muscle Characteristics on MRI or CT Predict Future Low Back Pain or Disability? A Systematic Review. American Academy of Physiatrists, San Antonio, TX, 2015 5. A. Fry, M. Harrast. Right Arm Weakness in a Rugby Player. American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, Dallas, TX, 2016. Lectures Local Lectures: 2012 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Lecture, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, Spartanburg, SC 2014 Channeling your Inner Rehab: Introduction to Rehabilitation Medicine, Intro to PM&R Course, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2014 Electrodiagnostic Cases, Department of Veteran Affairs, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1. Foot Numbness 2. Progressive Weakness Fry 5 2015 Biomechanics Course, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1. Sports Biomechanics I 2. Sports Biomechanics II 2015 Exercise as your prescription for health, WholeU Lecture Series, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2016 The Adaptive Athlete: Historical perspectives, medical needs, and the importance of sport, Sports Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Washington, Department of Sports Medicine, Seattle, WA 2016 Evidence Based Answers to Common Running Questions, Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Washington, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seattle, WA 2016 Clinical Musculoskeletal Medicine Course, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1. Cervical Spine: Anatomy, biomechanics, and imaging 2. Cervical Spine: Non-surgical treatment 2016 Biomechanics Course, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1. Sports Biomechanics I 2. Sports Biomechanics II Invited Lectures: 2014 Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Lecture, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2015 The Adaptive Athlete: Historical perspectives, medical needs, and the importance of sport, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation lecture series, Carolinas Rehabilitation, Charlotte, NC