Michael Wolff, M.D.
Michael Wolff, M.D.
“My goal in establishing Southwest Spine & Sports is to provide a single source for comprehensive nonsurgical treatment of injuries and painful conditions. I do this because I believe everyone deserves to have access to solutions that will help them enjoy an active, productive life without pain caused by back, neck or joint pain. The ability to offer people in my community this specialized care makes my practice extremely rewarding.”
Dr. Wolff describes his work as a physiatrist for PHOENIX Magazine.
Dr. Michael Wolff established Southwest Spine and Sports in Scottsdale, Arizona in April of 1999. After receiving an undergraduate education at Emory University, he continued his graduate education at Georgetown University in Human Physiology. He received his doctor of medicine from Georgetown and went on to The Ohio State University Medical Center for his Internship and Residency. Upon completion of his fellowship at the Illinois Spine & Sportscare Center, Dr. Wolff passed the specialty board certification exams with the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He now directs a fellowship program to train and prepare physicians with the expertise required to successfully treat patients in the field. Dr. Wolff participates in presentations, publications, research, adjunct faculty positions, and volunteer medical staff in the community.
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Illinois Spine & Sportscare Center
The Ohio State University Hospitals,
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Ohio State University Hospitals
Department of Internal Medicine
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine, 1992
Department of Physiology
Master of Science in Human Physiology
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Additional Professional Positions
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
The Ohio State University
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor