Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
Khurram J. Khan, MD, is a board-certified interventional pain physician with Oaklawn Hospital's Pain Management Center, Marshall, Michigan. He is a graduate of Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan. He completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation with Tufts Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, as well as fellowships in hospice & palliative medicine with the University of California Fresno Medical Education Center, headache medicine, and anesthesia pain medicine, both with the University of Southern California Los Angeles.
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Pain Medicine)
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Hospice and Palliative Medicine)
- American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Brain Injury Medicine)
- United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (Headache Medicine)
Education and Training
- Fellowship 2016, Anesthesia-Pain, University of Southern California
- Fellowship 2014, Headache Medicine, University of Southern California
- Fellowship 2011, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, University of California San Francisco
- Residency 2009, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tufts University
- Preliminary Residency 2005, General Surgery, Wayne State University
- MD 1999, Dow Medical College
- Pain Management
- Migraine Headaches
- Hospice and palliative
- Headache Disorders
Khan K. FDG PET maximum standardized uptake value and pain response to radiation therapy Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2014;48(1):153-154.
Khan K. Inflammatory biomarkers to improve prediction of mortality in COPD: Commentary Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2012;44(1):154-155.