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Sally B. Alcott, M.D.

  1. Physiatrist


  1. Phoenix, Arizona



Sally Alcott, M.D., is a physiatrist with special interest in acute and chronic rehabilitation following stroke and other neurological diagnoses, and in complex interdisciplinary rehab associated with transplant and cancer diagnoses.

Her clinical focus includes:

  • Expertise in stroke and neuro-rehabilitation
  • Evaluation and management of deconditioning and pain associated with chronic neurological and musculoskeletal disorders, transplants, and chronic illness
  • Evaluation and ordering of therapies, braces and functional mobility devices such as custom wheelchairs
  • Evaluation and treatment of non-surgical musculoskeletal disorders such as arthritis, spinal compression fractures
  1. Arthritis
  2. Brain tumor
  3. Cognitive disorder
  4. Communication disorder
  5. Compression fracture
  6. Gait disturbance
  7. Guillain Barre syndrome
  8. Hemiplegia
  9. Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
  10. Neurogenic bowel dysfunction
  11. Neuropathy
  12. Normal pressure hydrocephalus
  13. Spinal cord injury
  14. Stroke
  1. 1996
    Residency - Physical Medicine and RehabilitationNational Rehabilitation Hospital
  2. 1993
    Internship - Preliminary Year - Internal MedicineGood Samaritan Regional Medical Center
  3. 1992
    MDUniversity of Arizona College of Medicine
  4. 1987
    BA - HistoryDuke University


  1. 1997
    Physical Medicine & RehabilitationAmerican Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Awards and honors

  1. 2021
    Top Poster AwardMayo Clinic Quality Conference
  2. 2019
    Recognized as Exemplary ProjectMayo Clinic Quality Academy
  3. 1995
    Chief ResidentMedStar Health-Georgetown/National Rehabilitation Hospital
  4. 1987
    Dean's ListDuke University
  5. 1987
    MemberPhi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Duke University

Professional memberships

  1. 2002 - present
    FellowAmerican Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  2. 2002 - present
    MemberArizona Medical Association