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Nitin Jain, MD, MSPH


Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; Director of Physical Medicine & Rehabiliation Research; Associate Professor,Orthopedic Surgery & Rehabilitation; Associate Professor of Medicine (Vanderbilt Epidemiology Institute); Co-Director of Sports Medicine Research

4.8 4.8 36 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Shoulder Surgery
Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine
Musculoskeletal Problems

Board Certificates

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2012


MD - Baroda Medical College-Maharaja Sayajirao University, 1999
MSPH - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002
Research Fellowship - Duke University Health System, 2003
Research Fellowship - Brigham and Women's Hospital - Harvard Medical School, 2005
Internship - Newton-Wellesley Hospital, 2007
Residency - Harvard Medical School, 2010
Fellowship - Brigham and Women's Hospital - Harvard Medical School, 2010


2201 Children's Way
Suite 1221
Nashville, TN 37212

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Patient Comments

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The dr cared- ask about pain in my should he CARED.
Patient | January 13, 2017

Patient | December 30, 2016

I absolutely would recommend Dr. Jain and his staff.
Patient | December 16, 2016

Dr. Jain is excellent.
Patient | December 16, 2016

Patient | December 2, 2016

Despite being late, Dr. Jain was wonderful, explained my condition well & gave me helpful exercises to take home.
Patient | November 14, 2016

Dr. Nitin Jain told me immediately what my problem was. This gave me confidence in his knowledge and after sending me for a MRI it showed what he had already told me.
Patient | November 13, 2016

I really like Dr. Jain. I saw other doctors for this problem before, but only Dr. Jain has approached the problem correctly.
Patient | October 17, 2016

Between my poor hearing and his Indian accent, I could only understand about one-half of what he said.
Patient | August 31, 2016