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Zachary Gustin, MD Joins Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation ClinicPublished: Oct. 21, 2015
OMAHA – Zachary Gustin, MD is a board-certified Sports Medicine physician with a background in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He has joined the Methodist Physicians Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic. He is seeing patients at the HealthWest and the Midwest Neuroscience Center locations.
Dr. Gustin specializes in sports medicine, spine medicine, fluoroscopically-guided interventional spine procedures, musculoskeletal conditions, concussions, and musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
Dr. Gustin comes to us from Palo Alto, Calif., where he has spent the past two years as an Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine physician at Remedy Medical Group in California.
His path to medicine saw him first earn a bachelor of arts in history from Boston College. While pursuing his degree, Dr. Gustin spent one academic year studying at University College London in the UK. Georgetown University was his next stop, earning his master’s in physiology and biophysics. He remained at Georgetown, earning his medical degree in 2008.
After medical school, Dr. Gustin moved to northern California and completed his internal medicine internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (San Jose, Calif.), followed by his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Stanford University Hospital. He then returned to Washington, D.C. for his sports medicine fellowship.
During his education and medical training, Dr. Gustin worked as a teaching assistant and later as a faculty instructor.
Dr. Gustin is an avid volunteer, having offered his services to the Arbor Free Clinic, Boston Children’s Hospital, DC Schools Consortium and Extreme Giving in Peru. He also found the time to work as a team sports physician for the Washington Nationals, Stanford University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, and the Special Olympics.