Sten Erik Kramer, MD is a native of Orange County. He was educated at Stanford University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, and at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine for his Medical Degree.
Dr. Kramer then traveled to Washington, DC for a year of internal medicine training at Georgetown University Medical Center followed by a residency training program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at National Rehabilitation Hospital, also in Washington, DC, which is affiliated with George Washington University and National Institutes of Health located in Bethesda, Maryland.
Dr. Kramer is a Fellow in the Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is board-certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Kramer is board-certified in the subspecialty of Pain Medicine, being one of the first 500 physicians in the nation to obtain this credential. He is also board-certified in the subspecialty of Sports Medicine, in which he obtained the 69th certificate awarded in the nation.
Dr. Kramer has extensive experience working with amateur and professional athletes. He has been onsite at numerous international venues working as a member of the Official Medical Team for the World Surf League (WSL). He has been onsite at many tournaments working as a member of the Official Medical Team for the Association of Volleyball Professionals. As an avid cyclist, surfer, and skier himself, Dr. Kramer understands the competitive needs of an athlete.