Dr. Gurin, a native Minnesotan, graduated in 1992 from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Michigan. She completed training at William Beaumont Hospital as Chief Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1996.
Dr. Gurin, a native Minnesotan, graduated in 1992 from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Michigan. She completed training at William Beaumont Hospital as Chief Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1996. While working at Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Associates, she was elected Medical Director of the United Hospital Rehabilitation Unit and Co-Vice Chairman of Neuroscience Department at United Hospital. During this time, she also cared for Patients at The United Pain Clinic. In 2000, she joined Minnesota Orthopedic Specialists which merged with Twin Cites Orthopedics.
In addition to her traditional Medical Degree, Dr. Gurin has advanced training in Impairment and Disability Evaluation from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. She completed coursework and requirements to obtain a Federal License to prescribe Suboxone. Dr. Gurin has undergone training in Lumbar Spine Fluoroscopically-Guided Injection Procedures from the International Spine Intervention Society (ISIS) Spine Masters Institute in Burr Ridge, IL.
While in practice for over 25 years, she's been delighted to be a part of restoring so many wonderful peoples' lives. As many know, suffering from pain can erode your quality of life. Pain contributes to difficulty both personally and professionally. Dr. Gurin's goal is to work with you to:
Talk of the Town Award Winner (Multiple Years)
Recognized by patients for customer satisfaction
Patient Choice Award Winner (Multiple Years)
Recognized by patients for outstanding patient care
Prestigious Member of Cambridge Who's Who
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the SOAR Clinic medical buildings, parking areas and other relevant spaces are accessible for people with disabilities; and have always been accessible for people with disabilities.
In accordance with the US Department of Health and Human Services and the Minnesota Healthcare Programs (MHCP), the SOAR Clinic is compliant with requirements of cultural competency training and accessibility for people with disabilities. The SOAR Clinic has always respected diversity and aims to make people feel comfortable.