Patricia Zheng, MD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1500 Owens St., #320
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MABS2008Chemical Engineering and Biology
    University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CAMD2012Doctorate of Medicine
    Stanford University, Stanford, CA2016PM&R Residency
    Stanford University, Stanford, CA2017PM&R Fellowship in Interventional Spine

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    My research interest is in harnessing the power of emerging technologies to improve non-operative management of chronic spinal conditions. I have a background in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and have fellowship training in interventional spine care. My recent research projects have included building mobile applications to more granularly track outcomes after spinal injections and building a national cohort of chronic low back pain to better phenotype biopsychosocial features capable of influencing outcome.

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    1. [Evidence-based interventions to treat chronic low back pain: treatment selection for a personalized medicine approach : German version]. Schmerz. 2024 Feb 21. Mauck MC, Aylward AF, Barton CE, Birckhead B, Carey T, Dalton DM, Fields AJ, Fritz J, Hassett AL, Hoffmeyer A, Jones SB, McLean SA, Mehling WE, O'Neill CW, Schneider MJ, Williams DA, Zheng P, Wasan AD. PMID: 38381187.
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    2. Predictors of response in PROMIS-global in a chronic low back pain specialty clinic: STarTBack and chronic overlapping pain conditions. J Back Musculoskelet Rehabil. 2024 Feb 01. Zheng P, Ewing S, Tang A, Black D, Hue T, Lotz J, Peterson T, Torres-Espin A, O'Neill C. PMID: 38427463.
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    3. Preferences for risks and benefits of treatment outcomes for chronic low back pain: Choice-based conjoint measure development and discrete choice experiment. PM R. 2023 Dec 01. Wilson L, Denham A, Ionova Y, O'Neill C, Greco CM, Hassett AL, Hanmer J, Shaikh S, Wolf M, Berven S, Williams D, Ma Y, Lotz J, Zheng P. PMID: 38040670.
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    4. The Back Pain Consortium (BACPAC) Research Program: Structure, Research Priorities, and Methods. Pain Med. 2023 08 04; 24(Suppl 1):S3-S12. Mauck MC, Lotz J, Psioda MA, Carey TS, Clauw DJ, Majumdar S, Marras WS, Vo N, Aylward A, Hoffmeyer A, Zheng P, Ivanova A, McCumber M, Carson C, Anstrom KJ, Bowden AE, Dalton D, Derr L, Dufour J, Fields AJ, Fritz J, Hassett AL, Harte SE, Hue TF, Krug R, Loggia ML, Mageswaran P, McLean SA, Mitchell UH, O'Neill C, Pedoia V, Quirk DA, Rhon DI, Rieke V, Shah L, Sowa G, Spiegel B, Wasan AD, Wey HM, LaVange L. PMID: 36622041; PMCID: PMC10403298.
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    5. CAPER: patient preferences to inform nonsurgical treatment of chronic low back pain: a discrete-choice experiment. Pain Med. 2023 08 01; 24(8):963-973. Wilson L, Zheng P, Ionova Y, Denham A, Yoo C, Ma Y, Greco CM, Hanmer J, Williams DA, Hassett AL, Scheffler AW, Valone F, Mehling W, Berven S, Lotz J, O'Neill C. PMID: 36975607.
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