Dr. Hearn is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. After completing her undergraduate and medical degrees at Harvard University in Boston, she pursued internship and residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation through Case Western Reserve University at the MetroHealth Rehabilitation Institute in Cleveland. She served as academic chief resident during her final year of training, then accepted a faculty position at the MetroHealth Rehabilitation Institute. In 2015, she relocated to Ann Arbor and joined the faculty at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Hearn enjoys caring for with individuals with musculoskeletal (joint, bone, muscle, and nerve) and spine conditions. She partners with the Orthopedics Department to treat hip and knee disorders in a collaborative way. She has a clinical and academic interest in the use of electrodiagnostic testing to diagnose nerve and muscle conditions, and focuses a large part of her practice in the electromyography laboratory. In addition, she is passionate about resident education and about seeking innovative ways to enhance educational and clinical efforts using technology.