ABOUT THE DOCTOR
Dr. D. Terrence Foster graduated from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York where he earned his Doctor of Medicine.
He received a Bachelor of Science (honors) in chemistry from the University of the West Indies and a master's degree in chemistry at the City University of New York. His internship and medical training were completed at Jacobi Medical Center/Albert Einstein Hospital in New York.
His residency was at New York University Medical Center/Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine-Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. His fellowship was in electrodiagnostic medicine (EMG).
His acupuncture training was completed at the American College of Acupuncture (New York), Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shanghai Medicine University (China).
Dr. Foster worked as an attending physician and clinical instructor at Emory University Hospital, Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital and Center for Rehab Medicine. He is a former medical director for The Rehabilitation Center at Southern Regional Health System in Riverdale, GA, where he served for ten years.
Author and Speaker
Dr. Foster is the author or co-author of several scientific articles and the author of the books, "Foster's Opioid Addiction Classification Status Guide" and "The Opioid Epidemic Consumers & HealthCare Guide."
He also previously hosted a radio show called The Doctor Show. He is a public speaker and a rehabilitation and interventional pain medicine consultant.
Dr. Foster is a strong supporter of many charitable organizations. He is the immediate past president of the Morant Bay High School Alumni Association Atlanta Chapter.
He is also the chairman and CEO of the D. Terrence Foster Foundation Inc, an organization which focuses on the development, enhancement, promotion of healthcare and education globally with specific emphasis on the under-served and less privileged of our society.
Dr. Foster has medical staff privileges at several medical centers in the state of Georgia. He is the medical director for the Center for Pain and Rehab Medicine in Stockbridge, GA, where his primary focus is interventional pain and addiction medicine.
Board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation
Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Board-certified in pain medicine
Diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine