Eric Jon Roseen DC, MSc
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
801 Massachusetts Ave | (617) 638-8000
Eric J. Roseen, DC, MSc is an assistant professor of family medicine at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine and a chiropractic physician at Joint Ventures Physical Therapy and Fitness.
Dr. Roseen’s research has focused on the epidemiology of common musculoskeletal conditions, effectiveness of nonpharmacologic therapies for low back pain, and implementation of effective nonpharmacologic treatments for musculoskeletal pain in underserved communities. This work has aimed to provide evidence to inform policies that influence how musculoskeletal pain is managed in primary care settings.
Dr. Roseen’s research is funded by NIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, National Institute of Childhood Health and Human Development), and The BU Center for Implementation and Improvement Science. He is the recipient of a NIH K23 Career Development Award, NIH National Research Service Award, and NIH Loan Repayment Program Award. Dr. Roseen has been recognized Internationally by early career researcher awards at the International Congress of Integrative Medicine and Health and the International Forum for Back and Neck Pain Research in Primary Care. He is an active member of the American Public Health Association, American Chiropractic Association, Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health, and the Society of Epidemiologic Research.
Dr. Roseen regularly lectures on complementary and integrative health and the epidemiology of common musculoskeletal conditions. He also enjoys mentoring graduate and undergraduate students interested in clinical research careers.
Dr. Roseen completed a clinical internship at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Plymouth, and has since practiced in multi-disciplinary primary care and rehabilitative settings. He received his doctor of chiropractic (DC) degree from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. He received his MSc degree in epidemiology from the Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Roseen has additional research training through multiple competitive opportunities including the BU CTSI Clinical Research Training Program (CREST), NIDA-funded Fellow Immersion Training (FIT) in Addiction Medicine, and the NIH Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (TIDIRH).
Kinney AR, Stearns-Yoder KA, Hoffberg AS, Middleton A, Weaver JA, Roseen EJ, Juckett LA, Brenner LA. Barriers and Facilitators to the Adoption of Evidence-Based Interventions for Adults Within Occupational and Physical Therapy Practice Settings: A Systematic Review. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2023 Mar 24. PMID: 36966954.Published on 3/24/2023
Kinney AR, Stearns-Yoder KA, Hoffberg AS, Middleton A, Weaver JA, Roseen EJ, Juckett LA, Brenner LA. Barriers and Facilitators to the Adoption of Evidence-based Interventions for Adults within Occupational and Physical Therapy Practice Settings: A Systematic Review. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2023 Mar 24. PMID: 36966954.Published on 1/17/2023
Roseen EJ, Pinheiro A, Lemaster CM, Plumb D, Wang S, Elwy AR, Streeter CC, Lynch S, Groessl E, Sherman KJ, Weinberg J, Saper RB. Yoga Versus Education for Veterans with Chronic Low Back Pain: a Randomized Controlled Trial. J Gen Intern Med. 2023 Jan 17. PMID: 36650329.Published on 12/19/2022
Roseen EJ, Smith CN, Essien UR, Cozier YC, Joyce C, Morone NE, Phillips RS, Barnett KG, Patterson CG, Wegener ST, Brennan GP, Delitto A, Saper RB, Beneciuk JM, Stevans JM. Racial and ethnic disparities in the incidence of high-impact chronic pain among primary care patients with acute low back pain: A cohort study. Pain Med. 2022 Dec 19. PMID: 36534910.Published on 8/1/2022
Joyce C, Kelly KC, Gurnani S, Sherman KJ, Roseen EJ, Saper RB. "In Class We Were All One." A Qualitative Exploration of Yoga and Educational Interventions for Predominantly Low-Income and Minority Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain. J Integr Complement Med. 2022 Nov; 28(11):870-877. PMID: 35914101.Published on 5/18/2022
Joyce CT, Chernofsky A, Lodi S, Sherman KJ, Saper RB, Roseen EJ. Do Physical Therapy and Yoga Improve Pain and Disability through Psychological Mechanisms? A Causal Mediation Analysis of Adults with Chronic Low Back Pain. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2022 Jul; 52(7):470-483. PMID: 35584010.Published on 5/9/2022
Beneciuk JM, George SZ, Patterson CG, Smith CN, Brennan GP, Wegener ST, Roseen EJ, Saper RB, Delitto A. Treatment effect modifiers for individuals with acute low back pain: secondary analysis of the TARGET trial. Pain. 2023 01 01; 164(1):171-179. PMID: 35543647.Published on 4/8/2022
Marshall A, Joyce CT, Tseng B, Gerlovin H, Yeh GY, Sherman KJ, Saper RB, Roseen EJ. Changes in Pain Self-Efficacy, Coping Skills, and Fear-Avoidance Beliefs in a Randomized Controlled Trial of Yoga, Physical Therapy, and Education for Chronic Low Back Pain. Pain Med. 2022 Apr 08; 23(4):834-843. PMID: 34698869.Published on 1/27/2022
Joyce C, Keysor J, Stevans J, Ready K, Roseen EJ, Saper RB. Beyond the pain: A qualitative study exploring the physical therapy experience in patients with chronic low back pain. Physiother Theory Pract. 2023 Apr; 39(4):803-813. PMID: 35086420.Published on 8/25/2021
Miller DW, Roseen EJ, Stone JAM, Gardiner P, Olson J, Rosen S, Wayne P, Davis R, Coeytaux R. Incorporating Acupuncture Into American Healthcare: Initiating a Discussion on Implementation Science, the Status of the Field, and Stakeholder Considerations. Glob Adv Health Med. 2021; 10:21649561211042574. PMID: 34471570.
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