Dr. Teitelbaum is a pediatric and general radiologist with RASF, focusing on multimodality diagnostic imaging in patients of all ages.
Dr. Teitelbaum fell in love with medical imaging during his medical school training at the State University of New York, in his hometown of Brooklyn. He completed a clinical internship in Pediatrics at SUNY, and a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Maimonides Medical Center. Philip underwent formal postdoctoral education in the field of Pediatric Radiology at Boston Children’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School, where he trained under many of the leading pioneers in the field.
Dr. Teitelbaum is experienced in the combined use of ultrasonography and fluoroscopy in imaging of the urinary and gastrointestinal tracts, and uses these modalities daily in his practice with infants and young children. He has a particular interest in combined congenital abnormalities, and has extensive experience in fetal MR imaging to help solve complex prenatal diagnostic issues. Philip works closely with expert clinical subspecialists in the imaging of patients with Crohn’s disease utilizing the most updated techniques, such as MRI enterography.
Dr. Teitelbaum is pleased to have the opportunity to extend his imaging experience to adults served by the Baptist Health System, where he focuses on CT scan and fluoroscopy. In adults, Philip has a particular focus on the imaging of the pre- and post-operative gastrointestinal tract, including bariatric, oncology, and IBD patients.
Dr. Teitelbaum has taught medical students, radiologic technologists, and other physicians extensively throughout his career. He has lectured on a wide range of topics, including congenital orthopedic anomalies, neonatal bowel obstruction, imaging guidelines in clinical pediatrics, issues relating to contrast media, emergency pediatric imaging, and radiation dose considerations in the adult and pediatric populations.