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Dr. Lewis is Board Certified in Anesthesia, with a sub-specialty certification in Pain Medicine. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Louisville in 2004, and is licensed to practice medicine in both Kentucky and Indiana.

Dr. Lewis has been part of Kentucky Pain Associate’s renowned medical team since 2012, where he uses cutting edge treatments like Trigger Point Injection Therapy, Cervical and Lumbar Epidurals, Nerve Blocks, and Radio Frequency Ablation, to deliver results that no other pain clinic can.

Dr. Lewis finds it rewarding to listen to his patients as they describe their pain and discomfort, and then seeing that pain diminish over time as the treatments take effect. His patients become visibly happier over time as the quality of their life increases, and Dr. Lewis enjoys sharing in that joy with them and further helping minimize their discomfort.

In his spare time, Dr. Lewis enjoys traveling with his wife, and frequently exercises to maintain a strong body and spirit. He also has his private pilot’s license and is an FAA aviation medical examiner.

Dr. Lewis is an integral part of KY Pain Associate’s all-star medical team, which has made us the #1 choice for Auto Accident Injury and Workers’ Compensation Patients, Providers, and Attorneys in the Louisville Metro and surrounding areas. We specialize in treating patients who have been victims of an Automobile or Workers’ Comp injury.

Schedule an Appointment for Dr. Lewis

Contact our Louisville office by calling (502) 855-3919 and Pressing ‘1’ to schedule an appointment. We provide free parking in the PARC garage behind our building, free TARC tickets for your ride home or, with 3 days advance notice, we can arrange round trip transportation.

Contact our Elizabethtown office by calling (502) 649-5468.

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