Kiley Joseph Reynolds, D.O.
Interventional Pain Management
‘I love the field of pain management and I enjoy the patients. It is a blessing to do the work that you love. The satisfaction from a patient who has relief from their suffering is my motivation each day. Being able to help people in pain is and will always be compelling to me.
I am very focused with my patients and I enjoy spending time with them. My goal is to educate my patients about their conditions and treatment options, as well as reassuring them about their futures. It requires me to have the perspective to see around obstacles, and the compassion to connect with my patients on a personal level. These qualities make me a better person and a better physician.’
Dr. Kiley J. Reynolds received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at theUniversityofRochesterin 1995 with an honorary degree of Distinction in Research. After college, Dr. Reynolds studiedDNAsequence engineering contributing to the Human Genome Project at Brookhaven National Laboratory. In 1998, he returned to his medical training at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and graduated with honors being inducted into the National Honor Society - Psi Sigma Alpha. In 2004, at theUniversityofMiami, he started his training in the largest Anesthesiology program in the country. In 2007, Dr. Reynolds further specialized in Anesthesiology by becoming a fellow in Pain Management at theUniversityofMiami. He is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology. Being a board certified Pain Management physician means Dr. Reynolds has completed a year of intensive training in the art of Pain Medicine at an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) certified program.
Dr. Reynolds is trained and certified in state of the art procedures and adheres to current practices as determined by evidence based medicine. His participation in multiple local and national organizations continually updates his practice of Pain Medicine to ensure he is current to the national standard of care.