Michael Lupi, D.O.’91, joined Physician Partners of America (PPOA) at its Jacksonville, FL, location. Previously, he served as medical director of Pain Associates of South Georgia. He has practiced interventional pain management for nearly 25 years and specializes in the treatment of spine pain as well as musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. His advanced training includes certification in spinal cord stimulator placement, peripheral nerve stimulation, radio frequency ablation, percutaneous electrothermal treatment and advanced EMG training at Harvard Medical School. He recently implanted the nation’s first peripheral nerve stimulator of the genicular nerve as a treatment for chronic knee pain. A certified independent medical examiner, medical review officer and expert witness in the areas of physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine and toxicology, Lupi is a fellow of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with board certification in the subspecialty pain medicine. He also serves as clinical instructor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Headquartered in Tampa, FL, Physician Partners of America is the fast-growing national health care company committed to fighting the opioid epidemic through interventional pain management and cutting-edge treatment modalities. It manages operations of a wide range of medical practices and ancillary services.