Carl Shin, M.D.
Dr. Shin received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Loma Linda University, located in Loma Linda, California, in June of 1995. He completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Loma Linda University Medical Center. His Fellowship in Interventional Spine was completed at University of Pennsylvania under Dr. Curtis Slipman, where he was published in several prominent journals, including the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In July of 2000, he obtained his Certification from the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and established his private practice shortly thereafter in InterventionalSpine, Electromyography, and Pain Management. He is the current Chief Medical Officer of Center for Interventional Spine, a managed care firm that provides workers’ compensation utilization review services to self-insured employers. He enjoys spending time with his four children and wife, playing the piano, and golfing.
Jane Wang, M.D.
Dr. Wang received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Calcutta Medical College, the first college in India to teach Western medicine. She completed her residency at the Rehabilitation Institute of Detroit at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Dr. Wang obtained her Pain Management and Rehabilitation Certification in 1991 and her Certification from the American Board of Pain Medicine in 2014. After several years of private practice in the field of Interventional Spine, Electromyography, and Pain Management in the Central Coast of California, Dr. Wang moved to Sacramento in order to join Dr. Shin at Center for Interventional Spine. She enjoys traveling to visit museum, speaks Chinese and Hindi, and volunteers at the Paul Hom Asian Clinic in Sacramento.