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David T. Yu, MD
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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Areas of Expertise
Dr. Yu specializes in spine and musculoskeletal medicine and neurological rehabilitation.
Personal Information
Dr. Yu enjoys ice hockey, surfing, tennis, mountain biking, hiking and anything in the great outdoors.
Clinical Experience
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spine Care, Joint Care
Board Certifications
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Education and Professional Achievements

Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1992

St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center, San Francisco, 1993
Professional Activities and Awards

Top Doctors, Seattle Magazine, 2011, 2012
Top Doctors, U.S. News & World Report, 2011
Excellence in Research Writing Award from Association of Academic Physiatrists, 2005
Licht Award for best research article published in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, 2005
Best Research Paper in the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for 2004 (International), American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Education Research Foundation, 2004
Presidential Citation for Outstanding Research Paper Presentation, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly, 2004
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Oral Board Examiner, 2003
Rehabilitation Medicine Scientist Development Scholarship, NIH, 1998     
Research Enrichment Scholarship, NIDRR, 1996 Medical Student Research Scholarship, NIH, 1989
Special Achievement Award for Engineering Design, United States Department of the Interior, 1988

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