Timothy Hill, MD
Acute/persistent neck or back pain, may be associated with radiating extremity pain (pinched nerves)
Acute/persistent joint or muscle pain
Numbness, tingling and weakness
Motor vehicle injuries
Spinal cord injury
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Other neurologic conditions
“I enjoy collaborating closely with our highly specialized and diverse group of orthopedists, physiatrists, and neurosurgeons.”
Board Certification: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Residency: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Chief Resident
Medical School: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Undergraduate Education: Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Dr. Hill specializes in non-operative treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and neurologic disorders, particularly spine disorders, work-related injuries, sports injuries, overuse injuries, chronic pain disorders and electrodiagnostic studies to diagnose peripheral nerve disorders. He is skilled in administering spine and musculoskeletal injections which are used when appropriate to reduce pain, promote healing, and reduce the need for surgical management.
Dr. Hill has practiced with The Center since 2004. Before joining The Center, he practiced in Eugene and at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He was drawn to The Center by the opportunity to collaborate closely with a highly specialized and diverse group of orthopedists, neurosurgeons, and physiatrists.
Dr. Hill is an avid outdoor enthusiast and a longstanding member of the U.S. Masters Alpine Ski Team. He was was named Masters Alpine skier of the year in 2007 and 2011 by Ski Racing Magazine.
“I have been seeing Dr. Hill for ten years and he has been wonderful through the years. He is the kind of man that really cares about you and when he walks in the room you start feeling better. I have chronic inflammation in my left shoulder and disc degeneration in my low back. It was finally healing when I had a fall at the baggage claim at the airport and someone fell on top of me. He gave me an injection and I feel good now. I am moving to North Carolina and I am going to miss him so much. It’s going to be hard to find a doctor like him!” – Sue Beebe
Medical Director for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation department