Dr. Mahmood Gharib obtained his Bachelor of Arts at Emory University. He earned his medical degree at St. George’s University – School of Medicine. He pursued his internal medicine internship at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He subsequently completed his residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Case Western Reserve University—MetroHealth Rehab Institute of Ohio in 2016, where he served as chief resident. He continued his training at Michigan Medicine—University of Michigan in Pain Medicine where he gained advanced skills in interventional procedures.
Dr. Gharib’s clinical role aims to provide patients with comprehensive spine and musculoskeletal care, including the incorporation of fluoroscopic- and ultrasound-guided techniques. Additional clinical interests include care of patients with rehab-related pain disorders including post-stroke shoulder pain, and amputee pain, among others.
Dr. Gharib is board certified in PM&R and in the subspecialty Pain Medicine. He is currently a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Michigan Medicine, and also serves as the department’s medical student clerkship director.