Dr. Engelmann has been affiliated with the San Francisco Clinical Research Center since 2002 where he has participated as Sub-Investigator on more than 200 studies. He began his education at the University of South Florida, where he obtained simultaneous bachelor's degrees in both Chemistry and Biology. He then attended medical school at the University of Michigan, where he achieved honors in Neurology.
Dr. Engelmann completed a six-year residency in General and Trauma Surgery at the University of Florida with an emphasis in Neurological Trauma. While there, he published research on lung infection patterns in neurologically injured patients. He continued training in surgery, completing a three-year residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in San Francisco. He is the Founder and Director of the San Francisco Clinic, and the World Effort Foundation, an overseas medical relief charity.
Dr. Engelmann brings a broad range of experience, talent, and training to the team at the San Francisco Clinical Research Center. In private practice, he sees more than 5000 patients per year for a wide range of both acute injuries and chronic conditions, ranging from repetitive motion associated nerve injury (such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome), to acute soft tissue injury, and the acute evaluation and chronic effects of head injury. He performs a variety of surgical procedures on the face, hands, and nerves and is routinely involved in complex neurological and spinal surgeries. He is also involved in the development of novel surgical instrumentation for the conditions he treats.