After earning his medical degree from Saint George’s University, Dr. Lobel completed an internal medicine internship at the University of Virginia, Roanoke. He was chief resident in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk. His fellowship training is with Emory University’s Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, Atlanta, Georgia. In 2006 he served as the Assistant Program Director, Georgia Pain Physicians, training the final ACGME certified fellows from Emory University’s PM&R Pain Medicine Fellowship Program.
Dr. Lobel’s research has centered on acromioclavicular joint injuries and spinal cord stimulation for failed back surgery syndrome. He has also researched Levaquin misuse in emergency departments. He is a member of the American Pain Society, Medical Association of Georgia, International Spinal Intervention Society, and the American Medical Association and has clinical interests in complex regional pain syndrome (RSD), sacroiliac joint pain, failed back surgery syndrome, and spinal arthritis. When not in the Spine Center, Dr. Lobel enjoys hiking the Georgia mountains with his family, mountain biking, and automobile racing.
Dr. Lobel treats patients 18 years of age and older
Education and Training
- Doctor of Medicine, Saint Georges University
- Internship, Internal Medicine, University of Virginia
- Residency, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Eastern Virginia Medical School
- Fellowship, Georgia Pain Physicians, Emory University
Certifications and Affiliations
- Board Certified, Pain Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Member, American Pain Society
- Member, International Spinal Intervention Society
- Member, Medical Association of Georgia
- Member, Georgia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
- Member, American Medical Association