Workers with Concussions
Dr. Maureen Miner is the Medical Director of an outpatient catastrophic rehabilitation and pain clinic, South County Pain and Rehab, Inc. in Gilroy California. She treats this unique patient population acutely and over the long term, working closely with catastrophic case managers. A double graduate of Stanford University and the postgraduate Stanford School of Medicine, she started her practice in rehabilitation medicine in 1993. In the past, Dr. Miner served as a staff member at Stanford Hospital, and as Director for the Chronic Pain Management Program, Co-Director of the Spinal Cord Unit, and Associate Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.
Dr. Miner is a maintenance-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is also Subspecialty Board Certified in Spinal Cord Medicine and in Pain Medicine through the American Board of PM&R. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine, and a Qualified Medical Examiner for the state of California.
Since 2009, she has served as a Catastrophic Medical Director for Paradigm Outcomes, an organization that manages complex spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury and multiple trauma cases across the country. Since 2007, Dr. Miner has served as the Medical Director for Learning Services Post-Acute Neuro-Rehab Facility, and since 2000 as Rehabilitation Medical Director for the Care Meridian Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Facility in Gilroy, California.
Dr. Miner has been active as an expert medical-legal witness for catastrophic cases, providing expertise in life care planning as well as knowledge of the California Workers Compensation System. Dr. Miner has been an active board member of the California Brain Injury Association, the American Spinal Injury Association, and the California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery