Burhan Haleem, DO

Locations

Washington Township

151 Fries Mill Road, ST 202
Blackwood, NJ 08012

Chief Financial Officer

Medical Director Washington Township

Specialties: Sports Medicine, Rehabilitative Medicine, Pain Management

Dr. Burhan Haleem is a fellowship-trained and dual board-certified physician. He is also the chief financial officer at ReclaimAbility Pain Services. Currently, he is pursuing his Masters of Business Administration at John Hopkins Carey Business School. After a career change from the field of computer sciences, Dr. Haleem attended the University of Pennsylvania’s post-baccalaureate program to pursue his dream of becoming a physician and helping patients. He received his doctoral degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and went on to complete his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Nassau University Medical Center, where he was elected to be the chief resident in his final year. At ReclaimAbility, Dr. Haleem works with our dedicated team of providers to coordinate care, evaluate treatment options and help our patients reach their full potential.

Education

  • Interventional Pain Management Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency, Nassau University Medical Center
  • Doctoral Degree, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program, University of Pennsylvania
  • Bachelor’s Degree, St. John’s University

Awards

  • Chief Resident at Nassau University Medical Center, 2014-2015

Publications

  • Haleem B, Sohal A. Chronic Lumbar Radiculopathy. In: Kahn S, Xu R, ed. Musculoskeletal Sports And Spine Disorders: A Comprehensive Guide. Springer Nature; 2018:433-439.
  • Haleem B, Hunter C. The Role of Neuromodulation in the Treatment of Refractory Sacroiliac Joint Pain. Paper presented at: 8th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain; May 20–23, 2016; New York, NY.
  • Haleem B, Quraishi S, Yuan E. Epidural Lipomatosis with Spinal Stenosis and Radicular Pain Treated with ILESI. Paper presented at: New York State Pain Society Annual Conference; June 5–7, 2015; New York, NY.
  • Ferker S, Haleem B, Quraishi S, et al. Acute Cervical Disc Herniation Causing Myelopathy Induced by Chiropractic Manipulation. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; May 10–14 2015; San Antonio, TX.
  • Chand A, Burhan H, Weiss L. Acute Cerebrovascular Accident Presenting as Tremor. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; May 10–14 2015; San Antonio, TX.
  • Haleem B, Menze K, Isaacson A, et al. Anterior Epidural Abscess Mimicking Radiculopathy. Paper presented at: American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Annual Meeting; November 13–16, 2014; San Diego, CA.
  • Haleem B, Pobre T, Weiss L. Unmasking Early-Onset Parkinson’s Disease. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; February 25–March 1, 2014; Nashville, TN.
  • Cruz R, Haleem B, Moradi S, et al. Brainstem Stroke resulting in Millard-Gubler Syndrome. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrist Annual Meeting; February 25–March 1, 2014; Nashville, TN.  
  • Cruz R, Haleem B, Moradi S. Gerstmann Syndrome as a result of acute Cerebral Vascular Accident. Paper presented at: New York State Osteopathic Medical Society; 2014; Hauppauge, NY.
  • Lenaburg, H., Weiss, L. and Weiss, J. (2013). Physical medicine and rehabilitation Q & A review. New York: Demos Medical.
  • Araim R, Haleem B, Weiss L. Alexia without Agraphia. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; 2012; Las Vegas, NV.
  • Araim R, Chantasi K, Haleem B, et al. Acute Cerebral Vascular Accident presenting with Anomia. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; 2012; Las Vegas, NV.
  • Araim R, Haleem B, Weiss L. Ramsey Hunt Syndrome presenting as a stroke. Paper presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; February 28–March 3, 2012; Las Vegas, NV.