- Patient Care
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Musculoskeletal
- Performing Arts Program
- Meet Our Clinicians
Meet Our Clinicians
Devyani Hunt, MD, Performing Arts Co-Director
Dr. Hunt is a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Washington University School of Medicine. She is the Medical Director of the Washington University Living Well Center and Director of the Medical Program for Performing Artists. She specializes in the conservative management of orthopedic problems, including performing arts medicine and women’s musculoskeletal health, as well as young adult and adolescent hip disorders. Additional interests focus on spine disorders, sports injuries and general musculoskeletal problems. Listed in Best Doctors in America, Dr. Hunt earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. Following a residency at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago-Northwestern University School of Medicine, Dr. Hunt completed a fellowship in musculoskeletal medicine and interventional spine care at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Lynnette Khoo-Summers, PT, DPT, Performing Arts Co-Director
Lynnette is an associate professor and clinician at Washington University School of Medicine in the Program in Physical Therapy and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and is Co-Director for the performing arts medicine program. She received her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University in Public Relations and Dance. She danced professionally for 2 years in Chicago before embarking on her career in physical therapy. Lynnette received her Masters of Science and Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University School of Medicine. Her expertise is in the prevention and rehabilitation of all musculoskeletal conditions especially injured performing artists (physical therapist for dancers, musicians, circus artists, figure skaters, gymnasts, etc) as well as performance day coverage. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) including the Performing Arts Special Interest Group (PASIG), International Association for Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS) and the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA).
Aaron Chamberlain, MD
Dr. Chamberlain is an Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Chamberlain is a trained violinist and has performed with the Symphony Parnassus, and therefore has a special interest in treating performing artists with Shoulder and Elbow disorders. His practice also focuses on arthroscopy of the shoulder and elbow in treatment of rotator cuff tears, shoulder and elbow instability, shoulder and elbow injuries in the throwing athlete, biceps tendon injuries, frozen shoulder and shoulder and elbow arthritis. Dr. Chamberlain earned his medical degree from the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals, and his fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine.