Dr. Zachary McCormick is a board certified specialist in both Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) with expertise in the care of spine and musculoskeletal pain. He received his MD at the University of Pennsylvania, completed a PM&R residency at the Northwestern University (The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) and a fellowship in Pain Medicine at Northwestern University. Following sub-specialty training, he served as a faculty member at the University of California San Francisco. Dr. McCormick is currently on faculty at the University of Utah and the Director of Clinical Spine Research in the Division of PM&R. An active researcher, Dr. McCormick's work focuses on the clinical outcomes of minimally invasive techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of spine and joint pain, specifically radicular, discogenic, zygaphophyseal joint, sacroiliac joint, and knee joint pain. He has published over 70 peer-reviewed medical journal articles and has received research awards from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the National Institute of Diabetes Digestive & Kidney Diseases, the Spine Intervention Society, the Midwest Pain Society, and the Foundation of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
- Assistant Professor/ Director of Clinical Spine Research
- Salt Lake City, UT