Interventional Pain & Sports Medicine

Majaliwa Mzombwe, MD

Dr. Stephen Peirce, MD, board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and fellowship-trained in performing minimally-invasive procedures

Majaliwa Mzombwe, MD is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is a Fogarty Fulbright Global Health Fellow and completed a fellowship at Pacific Sports and Spine in Interventional Spine and Musculoskeletal Medicine, where he graduated in 2024. He has a long-standing interest in musculoskeletal medicine and applies a bio-psycho-social model in the treatment of pain. Other interests include the use of ultrasound for targeted therapies and non-surgical management of MSK pathology in order to maximize a patient’s function and quality of life. He is interested in current, evidence-based, interdisciplinary pain management that minimizes the use of opioids.

In addition, Dr. Mzombwe has a long-standing interest in understanding health disparities, specifically those affecting underserved populations in America, as well as communities in Tanzania. During his medical school years, he participated in a Fogarty Fulbright Global Health Fellowship at Weill Bugando Medical Center Mwanza Tanzania, where he was engaged in research, teaching, and clinical care.

Dr. Mzombwe was born in Bujumbura, Burundi, but grew up in Mississippi after his family immigrated when he was a child. When not engaged in patient care, he enjoys yoga, bike riding, and fancy tea. He is interested in exploring the beautiful outdoors of the Pacific Northwest.