Anthony DiGirolamo, DO




Back and Neck Pain
Cervical Radiculopathy (Pinched Nerve)
Joint or Muscle Pain
Sports Injuries
Workplace Injuries
Motor Vehicle Injuries
Spinal cord injury
Brain injury
Cerebral palsy
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Other Neurologic Conditions

“I enjoy working closely with my patients to help them achieve their goals by reducing pain and restoring function.”


Fellowship: Pain Medicine; University of California, Davis
Residency: University of Washington, Seattle
Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergraduate Education: Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Cum Laude
Board Certification: American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, American Board of Pain Medicine  
Professional Affiliations: North American Neuromodulation Society, Spine Intervention Society, American Academy of Pain Medicine, American Medical Association, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Osteopathic College of PM&R, American Osteopathic Association


Dr. DiGirolamo specializes in non-surgical management of musculoskeletal and spine injuries and chronic pain conditions. His patient-centered approach to care is focused on helping his patients alleviate suffering and improve function. His unique background and specialized training allows him to effectively treat a wide variety of injuries and conditions, with a special interest in sports medicine, conservative and interventional spine care, work related injuries, regenerative medicine and cancer associated pain.

During his medical school training at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, he completed a teaching fellowship in osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM). Osteopathic medical treatment places an emphasis on treating the patient as a whole person — taking into consideration the impact of disease and injury on their body, mind, and spirit. Dr. DiGirolamo continues to have an interest in OMM, as well as integrating complementary and alternative therapies into the field of physiatry and pain medicine. 

Drawn to Central Oregon because of the breathtaking scenery, recreational opportunities, and strong sense of community, Dr. DiGirolamo enjoys exploring the beautiful outdoors with his wife and two children in his spare time.

  • A John H. Eimerbrink Memorial Award
  • Angus Gordon Cathie Scholarship
  • Sara and Benjamin Lincow Pain Management Memorial Scholarship
  • Nicholas S. Nicholas Memorial Scholarship
  • Jessie Young Memorial Scholarship
  • Seattle SLAM Medical Volunteer (Wheelchair Rugby)
  • University of Washington Sports Medicine Volunteer
  • Seattle Marathon Medical Volunteer, Medical Team Captain
  • American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AOCPMR) Regional Representative
  • AOCPMR – Bylaws Committee Resident Liaison
  • Krabak, B.J., Parker, K., DiGirolamo, A. Exercise Associated Collapse: Is Hyponatremia in our Head? 2016 Mar;8(3 Suppl);S61-8. PMID: 26972268
  • Concannon, L.G., DiGirolamo, A., Harrast, M.A., (2016). Emergency Evaluation and Management of Cervical Spine Injuries. In M.A. Harrast & J.T. Finnoff (Ed.), Sports Medicine: Study Guide and Review for Boards, Second Edition (pp. Chapter 19). New York: demos Medical Publishing. ISBN: 978162070084