Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Recertification Review
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Key Board Review Features
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation MOC Board Review Topics Covered:
- Neurologic Disorders
- Musculoskeletal Medicine
- Amputation, Equipment and Assistive Technology
- Medical Rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation Problems & Outcomes
- Applied and Basic Science
- Patient Evaluation & Diagnosis
Information about the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation MOC Exam
The MOC Exam is Part III of the ABPMR's MOC program. The purpose of the exam is to determine whether the candidate has the skills needed for their practice, and that they're keeping up with advances in the field.
What is covered on the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation MOC Exam?
Class 1: Type of Problem / Organ System
- Neurologic Disorders 30%
- Musculoskeletal Medicine 32%
- Amputation 5%
- Medical Rehabilitation 8%
- Rehabilitation Problems and Outcomes 15%
- Basic Sciences 10%
Class 2: Focus of Question / Patient Management
- Patient Evaluation & Diagnosis 31%
- Electrodiagnosis 15%
- Patient Management 32%
- Equipment & Assistive Technology 10%
- Applied Sciences 12%
In addition to the BoardVitals PM&R MOC Question Bank, it is suggested you review the MOC100, which consists of 100 ABPMR-vetted practice questions pulled directly from previous exams.
How long is the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation MOC Exam?
The PM&R MOC Exam is a computer-based exam consisting of 160 multiple-choice questions (MCQ) in single best answer format and is comprised of one five-hour section.