About Dr Aull

Dr Susan Aull, MDDr. Aull completed her medical education and graduated from New York Medical College in 1986.  She completed her internship in internal medicine at State University NY Downstate and her residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at New York Medical College hospital affiliates.  She is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and a diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management.

Dr. Aull worked in private practice and served as Medical Director for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for seven years at Halifax Medical Center, a level II trauma hospital.  There, she was instrumental in developing their chronic medical dysfunction/management and post-polio clinics.  Her private practice focused on sports medicine for elite and ultra endurance athletes, during which time she volunteered as a tent physician for the Iron Man Triathlon in Hawaii.  As an adjunct clinical professor for UCF, she co-authored several books on exercise and conditioning.

After relocating with her family to Sarasota, Florida, Dr. Aull continued her work in sports medicine working with professional athletes in baseball and tennis.  Her practice currently focuses on musculoskeletal rehabilitation, electrodiagnostic medicine, and alleviating discomfort and dysfunction.

She is an inductee in Who’s Who in America, and Guide to America’s Top Physicians.