Marisa Belem Osorio, DO

Marisa Belem Osorio, DO

Rehabilitation Medicine, Brachial Plexus, Tone Management Program, Sports Concussion Program, Cerebral Palsy Program, Inpatient Rehabilitation

On staff since August 2012

Children's Title: Division Chief

Academic Title: Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Medicine

    • Cathy Bellevue, WA 05.14.15

      I highly recommend Dr. Osorio. She was able to put my son at ease, and has a warm sense of humor. She is part of an entire concussion recovery team at Children's that works so well together, communicates and makes my teenager feel confident.

    • Stephanie Zillah, WA 10.18.14

      I would highly recommend Dr. Osorio! She's amazing every time we have gone to see her and she makes us feel welcome and at ease. The most recent visit she remembered my son and was so excited to see him. That warms my heart. She remembered him out of all of her other patients. She cuddled him and he laughed with her and even fell asleep in her arms. I look forward to meeting with her again!

    • Hannah Edmonds, Washington 01.05.13

      I would highly recommend Dr. Osorio. She is very thoughtful and thorough. She really cares about her patients, and wants to ensure the best quality of care during healing. She really listened to concerns, and asked detailed questions to create a helpful dynamic plan for rehabilitation. She's awesome!

  • Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    Sigma Sigma Phi National Osteopathic Honorary Society 2004
  • Other Publications

    • Liu Y, Lewis SP, Adidharma W, Osorio MB, Steinman SE, Allen H, Hottovy J, Tse RW
      Reply: Shoulder Release and Tendon Transfer following Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy: Gains, Losses, and Midline Function.
      34228008 Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 2021 Aug. 1 : 148(2)314e-315e
    • Crowe CS, Mosca VS, Osorio MB, Lewis SP, Tse RW
      Partial tibial nerve transfer for foot drop from deep peroneal palsy: Lessons from three pediatric cases.
      32961004 Microsurgery, 2020 Sept. 22
    • Adidharma W, Lewis SP, Liu Y, Osorio MB, Steinman SE, Tse RW
      Shoulder Release and Tendon Transfer following Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy: Gains, Losses, and Midline Function.
      32740582 Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 2020 Aug. : 146(2)321-331
    • Martinez V, Browd S, Osorio M, Hooper E, Slimp J, Bo X, Kinney GA
      Electrophysiology of Sensory and Motor Nerve Root Fibers in Selective Dorsal Rhizotomies.
      31678975 Pediatric neurosurgery, 2020 : 55(1)17-25
    • Osorio M, Lewis S, Tse R
      Multimodal Management and Triple Nerve Transfer for Optimal Recovery of Shoulder Function Following Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy: A Case Report.
      30831000 PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation, 2019 May : 11(5)558-561
    • Massagli TL, Zumsteg JM, Osorio MB
      Quality Improvement Education in Residency Training: A Review.
      29642078 American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation, 2018 Sept. : 97(9)673-678
    • Pham KLD, Bjornson KF, Osorio M, Whitlock KB, Massagli TL
      A Novel Protocol for Contact Isolation for Multidrug-Resistant Organisms in Children on Inpatient Rehabilitation and Effects on Functional Outcomes: A Noninferiority Study.
      29133186 PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation, 2018 June : 10(6)594-600
    • Bales J, Apkon S, Osorio M, Kinney G, Robison RA, Hooper E, Browd S
      Infra-Conus Single-Level Laminectomy for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy: Technical Advance.
      27548353 Pediatric neurosurgery, 2016 : 51(6)284-291
    • Jimenez N, Osorio M, Ramos JL, Apkon S, Ebel BE, Rivara FP
      Functional independence after inpatient rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury among minority children and adolescents.
      25747552 Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 2015 July : 96(7)1255-61 PMCID:PMC4484304
    • Jimenez N, Osorio M, Ramos JL, Apkon S, Ebel BE, Rivara FP
      Functional independence after inpatient rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury among minority children and adolescents.
      25747552 Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 2015 July : 96(7)1255-61 PMCID:PMC4484304
    • Osorio, M and Apkon, S
      Ambulation Assistance
      Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 20th Ed, 2015
    • Osorio, M, Reyes, M, Massagli, T
      Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury
      Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports, 2014
    • Osorio MB, Kurowski BG, Beebe D, Taylor HG, Brown TM, Kirkwood MW, Wade SL
      Association of daytime somnolence with executive functioning in the first 6 months after adolescent traumatic brain injury.
      23375631 PM & R : the journal of injury, function, and rehabilitation, 2013 July : 5(7)554-62 PMCID:PMC4109826

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Medical/Professional School

Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens

Residency

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati

Fellowship

Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cincinnati

Clinical Interests

Care of children with cerebral palsy and brain injuries, spasticity management (medication management, botulinum toxin, phenol chemoneuroly- sis, intrathecal and intraventricular baclofen pumps, selective dorsal rhizotomy), brachial plexus palsy and electrodiagnostics (EMG)