Dr. Josh Levin M.D.

Physiatrist, Stanford University. Specializes in interventional spine, electrodiagnostic, and musculoskeletal medicine.

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Dr. Josh Levin is a physiatrist (a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation - PM&R) at Stanford University. He graduated college from the University of Virginia and medical school from Virginia Commonwealth University. He then went on to complete a residency in PM&R at University of Michigan, and then returned to Virginia Commonwealth University for a fellowship in pain management. He worked in Milwaukee, WI for 6 years before coming to Stanford University in 2014. At Stanford, Dr. Levin is the Director of the PM&R residency program and the Director of the interventional spine medicine fellowship. He is triple board certified in PM&R, pain medicine, and electrodiagnostic medicine. He has authored over 35 peer-reviewed papers, several book chapters, and he has been an instructor at several national meetings. His research topics include spine injections, MRI's, and the use of technology in spine care.

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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Epidural injection
Pain management
Work experience

May 2014 - Present

Stanford University

Clinical Assistant Professor

Attending physician, Director of the physical medicine and rehabilitation residency program, Director of the interventional spine medicine fellowship.

Aug 2008 - Mar 2014

Aurora Advanced Healthcare

Attending Physician

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation physician


2007 - 2008

Virginia Commonwealth University

Fellowship training, Interventional Pain Medicine


2003 - 2007

University of Michigan

PM&R Residency, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Residency training

1999 - 2003

Virginia Commonwealth University

M.D., Medicine

Medical school

1995 - 1999

University of Virginia

B.A., Biology

Undergraduate education

Board Certified

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