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Featured Doctor: Pain Management Specialist, Dr. Jacob Lee, D.O.

Dr. Jacob Lee D.O.

Dr. Jacob Lee, of the Front Royal, VA, Winchester, VA and Martinsburg, WV centers, views medication as only one component of his treatment plans. “Medication is just part of getting better,” he said. “Used in the right setting, including one that recognizes the potential risks, it should be part of a multi-modal rehab plan that includes other treatments and coping therapies that help patients learn how to relax their bodies from a state of stress that can exacerbate their pain.”

Jacob Lee brings extensive clinical experience in pain management to his patients at National Spine & Pain Centers. He completed a pain medicine fellowship at UCLA where he employed ground-breaking approaches to treat the chronic pain of patients at the UCLA Spine Center, the California Pain Medicine Center and the Greater Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Dr. Lee received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from the University of California Riverside and his medical degree from the Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. He completed his medicine internship at Loma Linda University (CA) Medical Center and  his residency training at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, where he served as the chief resident. He then returned to California for his pain medicine fellowship at UCLA.

The field of pain management  is continuously developing, which makes it such an exciting area to work in. With advances in regenerative medicine and neuro-modulation therapies, our patients have better options than ever before for treating their pain.” ~Dr. Lee

Dr. Lee has extensive experience in interventional treatments, including epidurals, nerve root injections, trigger point injections, peripheral nerve stimulation  and platelet rich plasma therapy.

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A West Coast native, Dr. Lee enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, exploring their new environs in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains.