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Lisa M. Pomranky, MD
Verified Patient Rating: 4.98 (57 patient reviews and ratings)
Nonsurgical Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine with a Special Interest in the Treatment of Upper Extremity Injuries

“The greatest reward is being able to not only make a patient feel better, but to restore their pre-injury physical ability—that is my ultimate goal.”

Dr. Lisa Pomranky is available to see patients at our Eugene and RiverBend Pavilion locations.

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Education and Training

  • Fellowship: Palmetto Health, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 2006-2007

  • Residency: Family Medicine, Fairview Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, Resident 2003-2006; Chief Resident 2005-2006

  • Medical School: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Medical Doctorate, 2003

  • Undergraduate: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, Bachelor of Science, 1999


  • Licensed by the Oregon State Board of Medical Examiners

  • Diplomat, American Board of Family Physicians

  • Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine


  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society

  • American Academy of Family Physicians

  • American College of Sports Medicine

  • American Medical Association

  • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

Hospital Staff Privileges

  • Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, OR

  • McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, Springfield, OR

  • Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine physician since 2007


Midland, MI

Favorite Activities

I enjoy CrossFit and Olympic Weight Lifting. I spend other spare time cooking, gardening and traveling.

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Dr. Lisa Pomranky Says . . .

Not all finger injuries are "just a jammed finger."  To be sure, get your finger examined. An X-ray may also be necessary. Many injuries require proper splinting and sometimes hand therapy to avoid deformity or stiffness.