Dylan Lewis, DO

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident

Department of Neurological Surgery

220 Abraham Flexner Way

Dr. Dylan Lewis graduated from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM) in May 2019 after graduating with honors from Ohio University (OU) in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. During his time at OU, he worked as a team leader teaching weekly general chemistry review classes. He also served as a founding member and chapter president of Phi Gamma Delta at Ohio University. As a medical student with an interest in sports medicine, Dr. Lewis volunteered multiple years for medical coverage of the Hoop Project and Arnold Sports Festival, and as an educator/speaker for Team Up Against Concussion. Additionally, he served on the executive board of the Surgery and Sports Medicine Club and Sigma Sigma Phi honor society at OU-HCOM. Dr. Lewis also presented abstracts on different musculoskeletal topics at multiple national society meetings. He completed a preliminary-medicine internship at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital before joining the University of Louisville as a physical medicine and rehabilitation resident.    

Since joining UofL PM&R, he has been active in academic work and in the community. Dr. Lewis has co-authored an article published in PM&R Knowledge Now, presented an abstract at the 2021 American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Spring Meeting, and presented two abstracts at the AAPM&R Annual Assembly in November, 2021. During the fall, he volunteers as a team physician to provide football sideline coverage for local high schools. On the AAPM&R SAE (in-training exam), Dr. Lewis scored in the 97th percentile amongst residents nationally. As for societal involvement, he is also a member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, North American Spine Society, American Society of Pain & Neuroscience, World Academy of Pain Medicine United, Spine Intervention Society, and the Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation. He has also attended multiple cadaver courses to get hands-on experience with cutting edge interventional pain procedures. Dr. Lewis is co-chief resident during his PGY-4 year. 

Dr. Lewis’ clinical interests include innovative interventional spine techniques, neuromodulation for pain, orthobiologics/regenerative medicine and ultrasound guided interventions for musculoskeletal pathology. He will be staying in Louisville next year to complete an ACGME-accredited interventional pain fellowship with the UofL Department of Anesthesia.