Karen H. Knight, MD is a board-certified physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. She graduated from University of Michigan with a focus on the interface between science and society. She earned her medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, where she was awarded the Bernard Baruch Medal from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. She completed her residency at the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at University of Michigan and is a diplomat of the American Board of Pain Medicine.
She is a national speaker on the ethics of pain management and she provides service to several national and international organizations as committee representative. Dr. Knight has dedicated her career to the compassionate care of individuals suffering from pain or disability from spine disorders, with the goal of returning them to optimal functioning and improving quality of life through non-operative modalities.