Dr. Lin is a sports and spine physician and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation of Medicine.
Dr. Lin graduated with a B.A.…
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Patient Care Philosophy
I am passionate about helping you to stay physically active and improve your health and quality of life. I enjoy working with patients of all ages and ability levels, from elite athletes to weekend warriors. I am specialized in the prevention, management, and treatment of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. I believe in the importance of good communication, patient education, active participation and a holistic approach. I will work with you to understand your goals and develop an individualized treatment plan so we can get you back to the activities that you enjoy and prevent future injuries.
Dr. Lin maintains an active lifestyle through horseback riding, swimming, hiking and running. She also enjoys ballroom dancing, sailing and traveling. During her university days, she competed for the Stanford Equestrian Team.
Dr. Lin’s clinical interests include the non-operative treatment of sports, spine, and musculoskeletal injuries. She also has expertise in the care of female athletes and pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain, exercise prescription for chronic medical conditions, concussion management, the aging athlete, and adaptive sports for disabled athletes. She is skilled in performing joint injections, electrodiagnostic tests (EMG/NCS), musculoskeletal ultrasound and viscosupplementation.
Dr. Lin is an experienced clinical researcher in motion & gait analysis and medtech innovations. Her research interests also include sports injury prevention and epidemiology, exercise promotion public health initiatives, active aging and women’s health.
|Harvard Medical School||Medical education||2007
|Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine||Fellowship||
|Santa Clara Valley Medical Center||Internship||
|Stanford University Medical Center||Residency||
|American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab||Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation||2012
|American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab||Sports Medicine||2012