Florida Pain Medicine is a rotation site and teaching facility for USF Health ACGME Pain Medicine Fellowship and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency.

Lane Peterson, DO

Board Certified Pain Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physician located in Wesley Chapel, Brandon, and Zephyrhills, FL

About Lane Peterson

Lane Peterson, D.O. offers an array of treatment options for numerous pain conditions at Florida Pain Medicine locations in Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel, and Brandon, Florida. Dr. Peterson is double board-certified in Interventional Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of PM&R. Since 2008, he has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological pain of the head and face, spine, pelvis, and limbs. He performs interventional pain treatment procedures including epidurals, facet joint/medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, sympathetic nerve blocks, neurostimulator implantations, and peripheral musculoskeletal and nerve blocks.

Dr. Peterson understands that each person who seeks treatment from him has a unique pain experience and history. He believes that a successful outcome starts with empathetic listening, thorough investigation, establishing an accurate diagnosis, and crafting an individualized plan for treatment. He utilizes a multi-factorial approach to treatment which aims to identify and address the underlying issues which led to the development of pain and to break the vicious circle of pain at as many points as possible.

Dr. Peterson graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with bachelor’s degrees in Biological Sciences and Physics. He then earned his medical degree at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Peterson credits his foundational training in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine for developing his sensitive palpatory diagnostic skills which he uses to locate the source of pain.

Following medical school, Dr. Peterson lived in Miami, Florida for a year, where he completed a traditional osteopathic rotating internship at Westchester General Hospital. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Georgetown University Hospital/National Rehabilitation Hospital program in Washington, DC. While he was there, his training sites included the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed Army Hospital, where he felt humbled to be able to care for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dr. Peterson completed his American Council of Graduate Medical Education-accredited Pain Medicine fellowship training at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia. Following this, he joined the teaching faculty as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, teaching fellows and residents while working at the Hunter Homes McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center. He later practiced medicine in Overland Park, Kansas before recently relocating to Tampa.

In his spare time, Dr. Peterson enjoys spending time with his family, singing karaoke, and tinkering with electronics and computers.

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Lane Peterson, D.O. offers an array of treatment options for numerous pain conditions at Florida Pain Medicine locations in Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel, and Brandon, Florida. Dr. Peterson is double board-certified in Interventional Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of PM&R. Since 2008, he has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological pain of the head and face, spine, pelvis, and limbs. He performs interventional pain treatment procedures including epidurals, facet joint/medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, sympathetic nerve blocks, neurostimulator implantations, and peripheral musculoskeletal and nerve blocks.

Dr. Peterson understands that each person who seeks treatment from him has a unique pain experience and history. He believes that a successful outcome starts with empathetic listening, thorough investigation, establishing an accurate diagnosis, and crafting an individualized plan for treatment. He utilizes a multi-factorial approach to treatment which aims to identify and address the underlying issues which led to the development of pain and to break the vicious circle of pain at as many points as possible.

Dr. Peterson graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with bachelor’s degrees in Biological Sciences and Physics. He then earned his medical degree at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Peterson credits his foundational training in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine for developing his sensitive palpatory diagnostic skills which he uses to locate the source of pain.

Following medical school, Dr. Peterson lived in Miami, Florida for a year, where he completed a traditional osteopathic rotating internship at Westchester General Hospital. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Georgetown University Hospital/National Rehabilitation Hospital program in Washington, DC. While he was there, his training sites included the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed Army Hospital, where he felt humbled to be able to care for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dr. Peterson completed his American Council of Graduate Medical Education-accredited Pain Medicine fellowship training at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia. Following this, he joined the teaching faculty as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, teaching fellows and residents while working at the Hunter Homes McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center. He later practiced medicine in Overland Park, Kansas before recently relocating to Tampa.

In his spare time, Dr. Peterson enjoys spending time with his family, singing karaoke, and tinkering with electronics and computers.


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Lane Peterson, D.O. offers an array of treatment options for numerous pain conditions at Florida Pain Medicine locations in Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel, and Brandon, Florida. Dr. Peterson is double board-certified in Interventional Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of PM&R. Since 2008, he has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological pain of the head and face, spine, pelvis, and limbs. He performs interventional pain treatment procedures including epidurals, facet joint/medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, sympathetic nerve blocks, neurostimulator implantations, and peripheral musculoskeletal and nerve blocks.

Dr. Peterson understands that each person who seeks treatment from him has a unique pain experience and history. He believes that a successful outcome starts with empathetic listening, thorough investigation, establishing an accurate diagnosis, and crafting an individualized plan for treatment. He utilizes a multi-factorial approach to treatment which aims to identify and address the underlying issues which led to the development of pain and to break the vicious circle of pain at as many points as possible.

Dr. Peterson graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with bachelor’s degrees in Biological Sciences and Physics. He then earned his medical degree at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Peterson credits his foundational training in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine for developing his sensitive palpatory diagnostic skills which he uses to locate the source of pain.

Following medical school, Dr. Peterson lived in Miami, Florida for a year, where he completed a traditional osteopathic rotating internship at Westchester General Hospital. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Georgetown University Hospital/National Rehabilitation Hospital program in Washington, DC. While he was there, his training sites included the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed Army Hospital, where he felt humbled to be able to care for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Dr. Peterson completed his American Council of Graduate Medical Education-accredited Pain Medicine fellowship training at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia. Following this, he joined the teaching faculty as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, teaching fellows and residents while working at the Hunter Homes McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center. He later practiced medicine in Overland Park, Kansas before recently relocating to Tampa.

In his spare time, Dr. Peterson enjoys spending time with his family, singing karaoke, and tinkering with electronics and computers.


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