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    Daniel Marcus

    Daniel B. Marcus, M.D.


    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

     
    (Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine, Neuromuscular Medicine and Sports Medicine)
    Accepting new patients


    Chanticleer Office (2911)
    2911 Chanticleer Avenue
    Santa Cruz, California 95065
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    (831) 462-7100 

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    Medical Affiliation(s)


    Hospital Affiliation(s)


    Education & Training

    Medical education:
    The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, OH, 2000
    Internship:
    Riverside-Methodist Hospital, OH, 2001
    Residency:
    University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, CO, 2004
    Fellowship(s):
    UCLA/Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, Pain Medicine Fellowship
    Special training:
    Subspecialty Board Certified in Pain Medicine, Neuromuscular Medicine, Sports Medicine

    Department

    Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

    Professional Interests

    Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
    Electromyography / EMG

    Additional Information

    Spine and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, sports medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine (EMG/NCS) and nutrition

    Spoken Languages

    Primary:
    English

    Personal Interests

    Dr. Marcus enjoys playing soccer, surfing, learning to play music and spending time with his family.

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