Dr. Douglas Wisor is board certified in both Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pain Management. A graduate of Dickinson College and the SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine, he completed his residency training at The Medical College of Virginia/VCU Medical Centers. Prior to joining National Spine & Pain Centers in 2002, he served as a Major in the United States Army Medical Corp. While on active duty, he served as Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Eisenhower Army Medical Center and brought several new minimally invasive spinal procedures and pain management techniques to both active duty soldiers and military dependents.
Early in his career, several of the interventional spinal pain management procedures he routinely performed had been rarely performed on a national level in an outpatient office-based setting. His interventional pain expertise and administrative leadership is extensive and multifaceted.
Dr. Wisor was instrumental in successfully integrating anesthesiologists into the National Spine practice and tactically growing the company from 4 to 13 service locations. Under his financial leadership, National Spine became one of the largest outpatient pain practices in the United States and realizing a 274% increase in growth.
He has also served on the national clinical advisory board of St Jude Medical for spinal cord stimulation and is often asked to counsel physicians not only on the performance of sophisticated interventional pain procedures but also on integrating critical aspects of business practice development.