Gregory M. Phillips, MD

Dr. Phillips was a student athlete at the University of Oregon and a two- year letter winner in football. He was a scholar athlete at the U of O and was chosen to receive several academic and athletic achievement awards including; the Ray Farmer Family Scholar Athlete Award, Oregon Club Student Athlete Award, State of Oregon Scholar Athlete Award, and the Sports Fever Student Athlete Scholarship Achievement Award.

He completed medical school at Ross University School of Medicine. He then completed an internship in General Surgery at Robert Packer Hospital and a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Washington. Following residency, he completed a fellowship in Interventional Spine and Pain Management at Integrated Pain Management. Dr. Phillips is a triple board certified specialist in Sports Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Interventional Pain Management; a rarity in medicine.

He is the co-program director for the Pacific Sports and Spine fellowship program. He served as the managing partner of his medical group practice. He is as a team physician and consultant at the high school, college and professional level. He has served as a physician for the US Olympic Commitee and the USA Track and Field Association during track and field events in Eugene, OR. He has been a consultant for athletes of the Canadian National Track Federation.

He is an FDA clinical trial investigator and participates in studies involving biomedical devices and spinal cord stimulators. He is a recognized leader in the field and lectured on sports medicine and pain management. He is a diplomat of the the AAPMR, ABPMR, and the ABPM. He is a member of the ASIPP, NASS, SIS, LCMS, AAPM, APS, ACSM, and the AMA. He currently holds licenses to practice medicine in Oregon and California. He has staff privileges at both Riverbend Medical Center and McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center.

He stays current on the latest advances in sports medicine as a clinical trial investigator and by attending seminars and lectures around the country with one goal in mind; to provide patients with the best possible outcomes based on the latest clinical data.

Education & Training

University of Oregon: Undergraduate
Ross University, School of Medicine, Dominica, W.I.
University of Washington Medical Center: Residency
Integrated Pain Management Group, California: Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management

Professional Interests

Co-Medical Director International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Track Meet, 2014 Hayward Field, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Surgeries/Procedures Dr. Phillips Performs:

  • Nerve blocks
  • Radio frequency nerve lesioning
  • Implementation of spinal cord stimulators
  • Implementation of pain pumps

Clinical Trials

  • Prometra
  • St Jude-Sunburst Study
  • Boston Scientific-PEUEF Study

Professional Societies and Associations

  • American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM)
  • American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP)
  • American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM)

Personal Interests

Dr. Phillips enjoys spending time with his family and being a Duck fan. In his collegiate years, Dr. Phillips played football for the University of Oregon.

Patient Testimonial:

“Thank you so much for all of the excellent and personalized care you have provided me over the last 5 years. You treat me like a person – not just a body part or a ‘pain’ – and I appreciate that (and you) so very much. – T.B.