Surinderjit Singh, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.N.E.M, F.A.A.P.M.R

Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
University of Washington – Seattle, WA
Senior Partner- Emeritus
Electrodiagnosis & Rehabilitation Associates
Tacoma, WA

Dr. Singh is the founder of Electrodiagnosis and maintained the role as president for over 20 years. He was Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation at the University of Washington since 1984 until his retirement when honored with emeritus status by all Electrodiagnosis Associates. He was dual Board Certified from the American Board of PM&R, and American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. Credits include Chief of the PM&R service at Madigan Army Medical Center, 1976-80, earning a U.S. Army meritorious service award in 1980 and holding a rank as Lieutenant Colonel. He was PM&R Medical Director for St. Joseph Medical Center from 1984-86. Dr. Singh served on several committees for AAEE-ABEM, and was an Examiner, 1982-98 (16 years consecutively)! He presented and published many papers on electrodiagnostic topics including a chapter in Saunders PM&R Blue Book Series, 1984. Surinderjit was a world class cricket player having represented the U.S. team in 1979, although in recent years, advancing in tennis and claiming to have never refused a challenge.