Ben Shin, M.D.
Locations and Appointments
NYP Och Spine at the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Comprehensive Spine Care
Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center
Please contact the doctor's office to verify that your insurance is accepted.
- Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield
About Ben Shin, M.D.
Dr. Ben Shin is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. He specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine. His clinical interest focuses on providingpatient-centered care using individualized multidisciplinary team approach to treat a variety of painful musculoskeletal and neurological conditions related to neck, back, joints, nerves, tendons, and muscles. Dr. Shin offers his patients a comprehensive set of potential procedures to alleviate pain using minimally invasive techniques including, but not limited to: fluoroscopically-guided spine/joint procedures, ultrasound-guided peripheralnerve blocks, regenerative medicine treatments, and neuromodulation.
Dr. Shin received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University, where he graduated magna cum laude. He then attended Baylor College of Medicine wherehe earned his medical degree. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then completed his ACGME-accredited fellowship in Pain Medicine at UC San Diego Center for PainManagement.
Outside of work, Dr. Shin is a competitive soccer player and swimmer. As a lifelong athlete, he understands the importance of returning to an active lifestyle and strives to preserve and restore functional outcomes. Dr. Shinultimately aims to reduce pain in his patients while improving their functional recovery, independence, and quality of life.
Dr. Shin is fluent in Korean.
Acute Pain Management
Adolescent Sports Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Cervical Spinal Disorders
Degenerative Spinal Disorder
Disorder of Ligament
Foot and Ankle Injuries
Hand and Wrist Problems
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Injection, Steroid, Spine
Injury of Muscle
Low Back and Neck Pain
Low Back Pain
Lumbar Herniated Disc
Lumbar Spinal Disorders
Neck Pain, Acute
Non-Surgical Approach to Back Pain
Overuse Injuries (Athletes)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Prolapsed Cervical Intervertebral Disc
Rotator Cuff Injury
Rotator Cuff Tear
Soft Tissue Injury
Tear of Meniscus of Knee
Trigger Point Injections
Degrees: Baylor College of Medicine
Degrees: Baylor University
Titles & Positions
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
Assistant Attending Physician
Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine
Och Spine At NewYork-Presbyterian
- Degrees: Baylor University
- Degrees: Baylor College of Medicine
Titles & Positions
- Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Assistant Attending Physician
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine