Lawson PAssistant Professor
Prentiss Lawson, M.D., promotes interdiscplinary pain management that focuses on restoring function while reducing the negative impact that pain can cause on daily living. By advocating for treatment plans that address physical symptoms, the emotional impact of pain, and lifestyle and individual factors that contribute to pain, Dr. Lawson hopes to help patients cope with less reliance on medications or other treaments which can have significant side effects. 

Research and Clinical Interests
Comprehensive Acute and Chronic Pain Medicine (Back Pain, Joint Pain, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Peripheral Neuropathy and other Neuropathic Pain, Neuromodulation [Spinal Cord Stimulation and Peripheral Nerve Stimulation], Neck Pain, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial Pain); Medical Acupuncture; Metabolic Health; Integrative and Functional Medicine; Medical Quality; Regional Anesthesia 

Education

Medical School
University of Alabama School of Medicine

Residency
University of Alabama School of Medicine
Anesthesiology

Fellowship
University of Virginia
Interventional Pain Medicine

Contact

Office Location
Jefferson Tower, 8th Floor

Phone
205-934-6501