Robbie Veriker, MD, MSc, BSc

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident

Department of Neurological Surgery

220 Abraham Flexner Way, Suite 1500

Dr. Robbie Veriker most recently completed his preliminary year in Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Centre in Bronx, NY. He earned his Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Science (MSc) from Saba University School of Medicine, 2020. He previously earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Acadia University, NS, Canada in 2013. During medical school Dr. Veriker served as a Teaching Assistant and Student Mentor to his peers. One of his favorite volunteer experiences was working with Rock Steady Boxing helping patients with Parkinson’s disease ‘fight back’ and improve their quality of life.  

Prior to medical school Dr. Veriker was an elite competitive Hockey Player recognized as a third-round draft pick in the Canadian Hockey League for the Rimouski Oceanic Hockey Club. A Canadian Native, Dr. Veriker completed his high school years playing in Connecticut for the Divison I Kent School Hockey Team. He later returned home and served as Captain for the Halifax Junior Hockey Club, while simultaneously completing his undergraduate studies. His leadership and athletic ability in conjunction with his high academic performance earned him the Athlete Academic Honors Award. It was a personal injury in hockey during his senior year that initially inspired Dr. Veriker to pursue a career in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 

Dr. Veriker’s interests include interventional spine, MSK/Ultrasound, sports medicine, concussion management and oncology rehabilitation. He currently serves as head of the Wellness Committee. When out of the office you can find Dr. Veriker playing hockey or golf, coaching youth sports, cooking and spending time with friends and family.