Dr. Muxin (Max) Sun Bio
Dr. Sun finished 3 years of honours pharmacology and completed his medical school training at UBC. He trained in Internal Medicine residency program at UBC and completed his Royal College fellowship In Rheumatology.
Dr. Sun has a general rheumatology practice and also has special interest in interventional pain procedures and chronic musculoskeletal pain management. He practices at both ARTUS and the ChangePain clinic. Dr. Sun is also a clinical staff member at Mount St. Joseph’s Hospital.
( Dr. Muxin (Max) Sun, Rheumatologist, Vancouver, BC ) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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