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Nathan Rudin MD

Nathan Rudin, MD, is an associate professor of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Dr. Rudin is a 1991 graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and holds a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Boston University. He completed an Internal Medicine internship at Francis Scott Key Medical Center in 1992 and obtained his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency training at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago at Northwestern University.

Dr. Rudin joined the UW Rehabilitation Medicine faculty in 2001 after six years on the Johns Hopkins faculty, and is Medical Director of the UW Pain Treatment and Research Center. He is an active clinician, teacher, author, and researcher with particular interests in fibromyalgia, joint hypermobility, outcomes measures, and interdisciplinary pain care.

He has coauthored state and national guidelines on pain management. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Midwest Pain Society. His current major project crosses departmental and institutional lines in an effort to create a continuum of coordinated pain care throughout the UW health system.

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