Scott Lamb, MD


Specialty:

Pain management, Physical medicine

Group:

ETMC First Physicians

Education:

Fellowship, interventional spine procedures, Tyler, TX
Internship and residency, University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio, TX
Research assistant, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, OH
Doctor of Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, OH
Bachelor of Arts in biology and chemistry, St. Louis University, MO

Board Certifications:

Pain Medicine

Awards & Associations:

Diplomate, American Board of Pain Medicine
American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
International Spinal Injection Society
American Academy of Pain Medicine
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American Medical Association
Texas Medical Association
Smith County Medical Society
Magna cum laude graduate, St. Louis University
Phi Lambda Upsilon chemistry honorary society
Beta Beta Beta biology honorary society
Phi Beta Kappa academic honorary society
Alpha Epsilon Delta premedical honorary society

Philosophy:

Scott Lamb, MD, knows just how debilitating pain can be. As a board-certified and fellowship-trained pain medicine physician, he specializes in treatment of disorders related to the spine. “I take all of my patients’ complaints to heart and I’m happy to offer them the best treatment possible to reduce their pain and help them get back to life as usual.”
Technological advancements in the field of pain management make Dr. Lamb optimistic about what’s to come. “The future holds a lot of possibilities with spine treatment, especially in the area of disc problems. Another exciting thing is that we’re using more minimally invasive techniques to address difficult problems that were previously treated with surgical incisions.”
Dr. Lamb has been seeing patients in Tyler since 2006. Becoming an ETMC First Physician has helped him provide continuity of care supported by the largest health system in East Texas. “It’s a well-respected hospital system with friendly, knowledgeable people.”