Aunque los efectos a largo plazo del COVID-19 son todavía desconocidos, muchos pacientes que buscan volver a la vida normal después de la pandemia lo encuentran más difícil de lo esperado.
Joanne Stein, MD
Joanne Stein, MD
Chief, Division of Sports and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
Director of Regenerative Medicine, Mass General Brigham Sports Medicine
Departments, Centers, & Programs:
Spaulding Outpatient Center at Wellesley
65 Walnut St.
Wellesley, MA 02478
- MD, Albert Einstein college of medicine
- Residency, New York Presbyterian Hospital
American Board Certifications
- Pain Medicine, American Board of Phys Medicine and Rehab
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab
- Sports Medicine, American Board of Phys Medicine and Rehab
Accepted Insurance Plans
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My clinical area of expertise is sports medicine, myofascial pain and soft tissue causes of back pain. I have organized national and regional courses on muscle pain, cervicogenic dizziness, musculoskeletal disorders of pregnancy, athletic hip injuries, medical acupuncture and exercise training in rehabilitation, reflecting clinical expertise. I have combined medical acupuncture with pharmacology expertise and behavioral strategies for pain management. I have strong interest in women's musculoskeletal health and sports medicine. Areas of special therapeutic interest include prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma and diagnostic/interventional musculoskeletal ultrasound.
My most recent area of clinical research is in collaboration with the Sports Medicine Department at Wellesley College. We are studying lower extremity strength, flexibility and dynamic control and assessing risk factors for lower extremity injury in female varsity college athletes. I also am actively involved in clinical research about platelet rich plasma injection for sports medicine and musculoskeletal pain.
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