Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Orthopaedic Surgery

MD, Boston University
BA, Boston University

Dr. Harold “Hackie” Reitman is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, children’s activist, and neurodiversity advocate. He is also a retired orthopaedic surgeon and a former professional heavyweight boxer who currently serves as the CEO of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based PCE Media, LLC, the multi-platform production company he founded in 2004. Dr. Reitman’s mission is to achieve excellence in creating family-friendly content that will effect positive social change. It is in this spirit, and with a desire to get society to understand and embrace neurodiversity, that he founded Different Brains. He is also a contributor there, including writing blogs and hosting the interview show “Exploring Different Brains.”

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  1. Reitman HS. Evolving Different Brains: ADHD, Technology & the Productivity Paradox. DifferentBrains.org. 2018. View Publication
  2. Reitman HS. When Different Brains Grow Up: the NDSS Adult Down Syndrome Summit. DifferentBrains.org. 2018. View Publication
  3. Reitman HS. Trailblazing for Neurodiversity and Different Brains. DifferentBrains.org. 2017. View Publication
  4. Reitman HS. Muhammad Ali, Angelo Dundee, and Neurodiversity. DifferentBrains.org. 2016. View Publication
  5. Reitman HS. Advocating Neurodiversity at Florida Atlantic University’s CARD. DifferentBrains.org. 2016. View Publication
  6. Reitman HS. Lynn University: Helping the Neurodiverse Transition. DifferentBrains.org. 2016. View Publication
  7. Reitman HS. The Club of True Neurodiversity Champions. DifferentBrains.org. 2015. View Publication
  8. Reitman, HS. A Practical Guide for Understanding and Embracing Asperger’s, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Neurodiversity. HCI Publishing. 2015.
  9. Stern JD, Reitman HS. Fractures of the scaphoid bone. How to handle this common wrist injury. Postgrad Med. 1988 Jan; 83(1):91-2,95-7. PMID: 3257298
  10. Reitman HS, Parker HG. Modern Concepts of Fracture Management. Surgical Clinics of North America: Symposium on Surgery at the Lahey Clinic. 1976; 56(3).

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Bar chart showing 9 publications over 5 distinct years, with a maximum of 3 publications in 2016


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