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Dr. Hahn has extensive experience in Physiatry, also known as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, while subspecializing in Interventional Spine. He is focused on helping patients try non-surgical options to help manage their back pain. Dr. Hahn is also published researcher, with articles appearing in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Hometown: Omaha, NE

In his spare time, Dr. Hahn likes to play basketball and golf, and enjoys taking ski trips to Colorado.

Conditions

Back Injuries, Low Back Pain, Pinched Nerve, Spondylolisthesis, Herniated Disc, Neck Injuries, Neck Arthritis, and less common conditions

Treatments

, , and less common treatments

Ages treated: 18+

Accepts workers comp: Yes

10 Years in Practice
Dr. Hahn with patient

Credentials

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Education

  • University of Pennsylvania | Interventional Spine and Sports Fellowship, 2015
  • Kansas University Medical Center | Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency, 2014
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center | Internal Medicine Internship, 2011
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center | MD, 2010
  • Rockhust University | BS (Chemistry), 2005

Memberships & Awards

  • Premier Doctors 2021 by Omaha Magazine
  • American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Academic and Clinical Chief Resident, Kansas City Medical Center
  • American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
  • American Pain Society
  • American Medical Association

Patient Reviews

4.6 out of 5 (1,244 Ratings, 289 Comments)

5 stars
Dec 30, 2020
Would prefer to wait until procedure is done. This was only to review MRI results.
5 stars
Dec 22, 2020
We enjoyed the visit very much, but we do not like to wait so long. It seems like we have such a long wait, and if they could prove ... improve that, that would be great.
3 stars
Dec 15, 2020
Its to bad when it's a work comp appointment and it is more important to protect the employer than the well being of the patient.
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