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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 . . .

When you have an acute injury, ice and elevate the body part within the first 72 hours to help with swelling. Icing for 15 to 20 minutes every few hours is recommended. Using heat during this time could increase the swelling from injury.