Derron K. Wilson, MD FIPP Interventional Pain Management Physician

Dr. Derron K. Wilson received his undergraduate degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, and went on to earn his doctorate from the Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed an anesthesiology residency and a fellowship in pain management at Indiana University. Currently, Dr. Wilson serves as the director of interventional pain management at Goodman Campbell. Dr. Wilson’s focus in interventional pain management is neuromodulation and it is a topic he frequently speaks on at conferences both nationally and internationally, and his ongoing research centers on advancing neuromodulation as an alternative pain management option for refractory pain conditions. He also serves as a faculty member for national courses where neuromodulation techniques are taught to other pain management physicians. Dr. Wilson has been an author and contributor to recent peer-reviewed publications focusing on neuromodulation. He is an active leader in his field through his NANS and INS committee involvement and he is a board member of the American Society of Pain & Neuroscience.

Goodman Campbell Brain & Spine
Carmel, IN

Neuromodulation: A New Horizon