Scott J. Primack, D.O.’88, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at Colorado Rehabilitation and Occupational Medicine, has been named a 2016 Top Doctor in Greenwood Village, CO. Top Doctor Awards honor health care practitioners who have demonstrated clinical excellence while delivering the highest standards of patient care. Also an assistant clinical professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Colorado School of Health Sciences, Primack has a wealth of experience as a physician. After graduating from DMU, he completed an internship at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital and residency at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. He also completed post-residency work at the Shoulder and Elbow Service at the University of Washington, where he was formerly trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound. The first physiatrist to utilize musculoskeletal ultrasound into clinical practice, he has been teaching both diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for more than 20 years. Board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and an expert in the treatment of sports injuries and sport rehabilitation, Primack founded Comprehensive Outcome Management Technologies (COMT), a method integrating psychosocial perception and musculoskeletal function together to better treat patients. COMT places an emphasis on the patient’s psychosocial state of mind and the influence it has on their recovery, and is a key element in assessing patient care.