Stefan C. Muzin MD
Consulting Specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Certifications: Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Education: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
Dr. Muzin lends his expertise in physical medicine and rehabilitation to OEHN clients by providing clinical consultation, care and treatment of complex musculoskeletal cases in employee health settings. He also provides chart/peer review services for appropriateness of medical care, disability determinations and treatment recommendations.
His skills include: diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic spine and musculoskeletal pain with physical therapy prescriptions, medication management and injections; electrodiagnostic testing for spine and peripheral nerve injuries and sports medicine.
After completing his residency at Harvard Medical School/Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Dr. Muzin pursued a fellowship at Cornell Medical School/Hospital for Special Surgery in Spine and Sports Medicine which involved training in interventional procedures as well as EMG and nerve conduction studies for managing spine and musculoskeletal conditions. He then became certified in Structural Acupuncture for Physicians at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Muzin is on staff at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in the Departments of Orthopedics and Spine Center, where he provides non-surgical care and mentors Harvard medical students, residents and physical therapists. He also serves as an onsite physiatrist/medical consultant, for a large aviation contractor, providing consultations, treatments and injury prevention strategies and solutions.
He has published several articles and book chapters, and presented nationally and locally on nonsurgical care for spine and musculoskeletal conditions. He is a faculty member of the Harvard Medical School and Johns Hopkins University and has been honored as the recipient of the Patient’s Choice and Compassionate Doctor awards at BIDMC.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation