Dr. Price graduated from Chicago Medical School in 2012 before completing a Transitional Year at the University of Hawaii. He then transitioned to the University of Miami where he completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation followed by a one-year fellowship at the University of Miami in Anesthesia Interventional Pain Medicine. Dr. Price’s clinical focus is on interventional spine procedures, neuromodulation therapies, and musculoskeletal treatments. He performs highly complex musculoskeletal and spine procedures that provide improvement in patients’ pain and allow them to return to previous functional levels.
Prior to joining USA Sports Medicine, Dr. Price served as the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program Director at the University of Miami. He was also an assistant professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery. On the national level, he is the Chair of the Neuromodulation subcommittee for the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
His teaching interests are focused on educating medical students, residents, and fellows to assess patients dealing with acute and chronic pain conditions. He focuses on treating the entire patient from a complete assessment to formulating an appropriate, individualized plan. As a researcher, Dr. Price focuses on the use of neuromodulation and injection techniques for pain relief and functional gains. Dr. Price has presented at national conferences and participated in research projects in this area; publishing articles, presenting posters and contributing as an author for 2 book chapters. He also has a project that has allowed him to assess his ability to develop an instructional program for residents and fellows.