Chad Gorman, M.D., is a board-certified physician specializing in treating chronic pain of the spine and extremities.
Dr. Gorman grew up in Southwest Florida. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and received his undergraduate degree in Health Science Education. While he was in college he spent most of his free time working at Shands Hospital. Dr Gorman spent time in the Burn Unit, Emergency Room and pediatric inpatient floor.
Dr. Gorman Went to American University of the Caribbean in the Netherland Antilles. His primary interest during medical school was outpatient care that involved orthopedics and pain medicine. His third and fourth year clinical rotations were spent in London and New York City.
After completing medical school, he traveled to the University of Oklahoma to complete his residency and fellowship. During this time, he focused his training on outpatient sports medicine/orthopedics and interventional pain management. His fellowship helped him learn complex orthopedic and lumbar procedures to treat pain.
Dr Gorman has been in private practice since 2013. He specializes in treating chronic pain, in particular chronic lumbar and extremity pain. His orthopedic background puts him in a unique position to treat complex orthopedic pain non-operatively.
His philosophy is that pain is needs to be treated with a multi-variable approach. The goal of 100% pain relief can be treated best with a combination of lifestyle modifications, medicine, procedures and a pro-active and positive attitude.
Dr. Gorman and his wife, Amanda, have a son, Jack. They enjoy traveling, going to the beach and watching college football (Go Gators!).