Dr. Sabal presents a case of bilateral wrist pain to Sharmin, Dr. Davey, and Dr. Singh.
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Dr. Sonya Davey
Sonya Davey attended medical school at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently an Internal Medicine PGY-1 at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. She loves to travel, read, and enjoy meals with family and friends.
Dr. Nicky Singh
Nicky Singh attended medical school at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and is a current PGY-3 resident at Massachusetts General Hospital. As a resident, he has been involved with several educational initiatives, including co-leading the Residents in Medical Education interest group and the Point of Care Ultrasound group and serving as an Education Council representative and Simulation Program Chief. He is interested in cardiology and medical education. Outside of medicine, he enjoys hiking, South Asian dance, exploring new recipes with his Instant Pot, and trying to up his Peloton numbers.
Dr. Aaron Sabal
Aaron is currently a PGY-3 at Mercy Health Muskegon aspiring for a career in hospital medicine. He was born and raised in Westland, MI (Detroit metro area) and went to Wayne State University for his undergraduate studies thinking he would be a physical therapist, massage therapist, and dietitian (yes, all three of those). However, one week prior to starting a massage therapy program, he had an epiphany and decided to go to medical school instead. He was fortunate to be accepted at MSUCOM and fell in love with Internal Medicine. His passions include all things medical. In particular, he is passionate about medical education, how best to help physicians learn, diagnostic reasoning, and creating an environment of learning where no one is afraid to express what they’re thinking. When he is not pursuing his love of learning, he is spending time with his wife and their boys (2 cats and a dog), playing with his animals, preparing to be a father to his soon-to-be-born son, crossfitting, doing DIY home-improvement projects, exploring national parks, or reading good nonmedical fiction with a cat or dog in his lap begging for his love and attention.