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Dr. Enrique Monasterio: Two Decades Rehabilitation Expertise
Date:7/26/2013

MIAMI, July 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Dr. Enrique Monasterio is celebrating the accomplishment of being a leading rehabilitation expert for the past two decades. For over 10 years, Dr. Enrique Monasterio has been active in Miami's community and determined to improve the quality of life for others. "The people I've met over the years that have benefited from my services are the reason I keep doing this," says Dr. Enrique Monasterio. Formerly the President of the Florida Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Enrique Monasterio's ability to combine current research and best practices to change lives is well known.

Dr. Enrique Monasterio received specialized training in rehabilitation from New York Medical College. Choosing to further his studies abroad, Dr. Enrique Monasterio received additional training in France. Currently licensed to practice medicine in the United States and Spain, Dr. Enrique Monasterio's expertise is far reaching and he is internationally known as a leader in his field. "When I see it all written out, I am astonished at the range of experiences I have had; the time has flown by and I'm grateful to my patients for changing my life as much as they say I have changed theirs," reflects Dr. Enrique Monasterio.

In addition to his extensive training, Dr. Enrique Monasterio served as Medical Director of Rehabilitation at South Miami Hospital for 14 years. During his time at South Miami Hospital, Dr. Enrique Monasterio became known in South Florida'/>"/>

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