Physician Spotlight- Thomas Reilly, M.D.

Physician Spotlight- Thomas Reilly, M.D.

Dr. Thomas Reilly is an interventional pain management specialist in our Seminole office. He is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and fellowship-trained in Interventional Spine and Pain Medicine. Dr. Reilly draws from a broad background to treat chronic pain using minimally invasive techniques and has helped thousands of patients find relief from neck and back pain.

Dr. Reilly uses a variety of techniques to treat pain without relying on addictive medications. These include ultrasound-guided injections, neuromodulation, regenerative medicine (drug-genes testing) and much more. “My goal is to custom-tailor the treatment plan for each individual patient,” he says. “I am also a firm believer in the body’s innate ability to heal itself and in regenerative medicine. By focusing on these principles, we can work together to maximize range of motion, improve function, decrease pain and, ultimately, improve quality of life.”

Dr. Reilly earned his medical degree from the American University of Antigua, followed by a preliminary surgical year at Grady Memorial Hospital through Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. Dr. Reilly then completed a Nuclear Medicine fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and an Interventional Radiology fellowship at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, which is affiliated with Columbia University in New York City.

Dr. Reilly completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Montefiore Medical Center. He followed this with a fellowship in Interventional Spine and Pain Medicine at Florida Spine Institute in Clearwater.

Dr. Reilly has contributed to many medical publications and peer presentations. He is a member of the Spine Intervention Society, North American Neuromodulation Society, Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American College of Radiology, and the Radiological Society of North America. In his spare time, he enjoys volunteering with Habitat for Humanity, the American Cancer Society and local soup kitchens, among others. He also enjoys spending time outdoors, including winter sports and whitewater rafting.