Fellowship-Trained in Pain Medicine
Dr. Lee is board-certified in anesthesiology and fellowship-trained in pain medicine. He treats all types of pain, specializing primarily in spinal conditions like degenerative disc disease/spondylosis, spinal canal stenosis, radiculopathy, facet joint arthropathy, sacroiliac joint arthropathy, vertebrogenic/compression fractures and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). He also treats major peripheral joint pain, including hip, shoulder, and knee arthropathy. He offers a variety of interventional treatment options, including epidural steroid injection, radiofrequency nerve ablation, joint steroid injection, peripheral nerve blocks, sympathetic plexus blocks, spinal cord stimulation, and vertebral augmentation.
Dr. Lee completed a fellowship in pain medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Prior to that, he completed his anesthesiology residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. He earned his medical degree at George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, DC.
Dr. Lee will see patients primarily in University Orthopedics’ Westerly location, as well as East Providence and East Greenwich.
Massachusetts General Hospital
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences