Dr. Harris serves as an Interventional Pain Physician at Pain Zero. He completed medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine after undergraduate studies at UCLA. He completed his interventional pain training at the prestigious University of Michigan (Top 20 Hospital by US News & World Report) and is excited to return to the Buckeye State.
Dr. Harris has extensive experience in ultrasound therapy, advanced interventional procedures, and acute care management. He has received several patient care awards for the exceptional and compassionate care he has provided to his patients across the country!
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Linguistics, UCLA
Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Advanced Degree: Masters in Business Administration, The Ohio State University
Internship: Transitional Year, University of California Riverside
Residency: Anesthesiology, Sunrise Consortium, Las Vegas, NV
Fellowship: ACGME Accredited Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship, University of Michigan
Dr. Harris has a professional passion for advancing the field of pain management. He has conducted research in minimally invasive spine surgery, neuromodulation, and patient/physician advocacy. His clinical interests include persistent post-surgical pain, chest pain, cancer pain, abdominal pain, dermatological pain, vascular pain, PTSD, physical therapy, diet/exercise, lifestyle modification, and neuromodulation therapy.
Dr. Harris has been involved in international health projects in Honduras, Mexico, Ethiopia, and many other countries. He assists in community projects to help lower socioeconomic neighborhoods. He speaks Spanish and Russian. He also helped to design an app for patients and parents to network with other families dealing with similar illnesses.
5031 Forest Dr Suite C
New Albany, OH 43054