Curtis L. Whitehair, MD, is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) and is a specialist in musculoskeletal, occupational medicine, and cancer rehabilitation. He is currently the associate medical director of the MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Regional Physiatry, overseeing the ambulatory physician services. Dr. Whitehair is also the program director of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital-MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Training Program.
Dr. Whitehair a graduate of Ross University School of Medicine completed his postgraduate training in PM&R at MedStar NRH after completing a preliminary year of family medicine at the Medical College of Virginia. Currently, he is an associate professor of clinical rehabilitation at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and vice chair of education, department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center.
He is a fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and was the 2007-09 president of the Maryland Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the state-recognized chapter of the AAPM&R. Currently, Dr. Whitehair is one of the course directors for the Harvard Macy Institute's Become a Digital Citizen Technology in Health Care Education and core faculty for Educators in Health Professions course at the Harvard Medical School. He is a 2010 MedStar Health Teaching Scholar. Dr. Whitehair was named by the Washingtonian Magazine in March 2010 and 2012 as a Top Doctor in rehabilitation medicine. He was also listed in US News & World Report as one of the nation's best doctors the last year they posted physician rankings.