G. Thomas Morgan, M.D.

Dr. Morgan is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee. His family moved to Michigan in 1967.

He attended Michigan State University for his undergraduate training. He graduated from the Honors College, Magna Cum Laude, with a BS Degree in Zoology and Physiology from MSU in 1978.

He then attended Wayne State University School of Medicine for his medical training and graduated in 1982.

In 1985 Dr. Morgan completed his internship and residency at Sinai Hospital in Detroit. He served as chief resident during his senior year of residency in 1984-1985 and became Board Certified in PM&R in 1986.

Following completion of his Residency, Dr. Morgan, completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Michigan State University and was one of the team physicians at MSU. He later collaborated with his colleagues at MSU to become a contributing author to the Medical Text book: Primary Care Sports Medicine.

Following his Sports Medicine Fellowship he became an Assistant Professor at the Medical College of Virginia and Team Physician for Virginia Commonwealth University.

Dr. Morgan completed a second Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management, with Dr. Rick Derby at the San Francisco Spine Institute. Dr. Morgan then became Board Certified in a second specialty: Pain Medicine.

Dr. Morgan was in private practice for 18 years in Colorado Springs, Colorado. His practice included: Minimally invasive spine intervention, Advanced pain medicine, and Sports Medicine. He served on the Sports Medicine Staff for Colorado College and the Olympic Training Center, for 15 years. Dr. Morgan was also selected as an Instructor for the Spine Intervention Society and remains a current faculty member. He also serves as a mentor for the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS).

Diplomat: American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM)

Instructor: Spine Interventional Society (SIS)

Mentor: North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS)

Diplomat: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR)