John Kipp, M.D.

"I treat injured employees as I would injured athletes — I help them get back to normal as rapidly as possible without de-conditioning."

Undergraduate Studies
Electrical Engineering and Biology, University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, Minnesota

Medical School
University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, Minnesota

Residency
Internal Medicine, University of Minnesota —
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Fellowships
Cardiovascular Epidemiology, School of Public Health
University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, Minnesota

Professional Memberships

  • American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • American College of Legal Medicine

Personal Interests
Skiing, biking, performing arts (opera, theater, dance), reading

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