Ron Linehan, M.D.
Ron Linehan, M.D. graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and completed his internship at the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati. After completing his anesthesiology residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Children’s Hospital Medical Center, he practiced pain management in Kentucky and Tennessee before locating to Lancaster, Ohio in 1998.
Board certified in anesthesiology, Dr. Linehan also earned the Subspecialty Certification in Pain Management and is certified by the American Board of Pain Medicine. The American Board of Anesthesiology subspecialty certification in pain management is the only recognized certification in pain management by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Dr. Linehan is qualified to treat all regions of the spine, including the neck (cervical), mid-spine (thoracic), lower back (lumbar), pelvic girdle and tailbone areas (sacrum and coccyx). He is certified in spinal cord stimulator placement, percutaneous discectomy, vertebroplasty, and radio frequency ablation.
In addition to pain management, Dr. Linehan practices general anesthesiology at Fairfield Medical Center in Lancaster. He also volunteers with Operation Smile, a non-profit organization providing reconstructive facial surgery for children, and with the International Cardiac Care Foundation where he provides anesthesiology services for heart surgery patients in developing countries.
Dr. Linehan and his wife, Lisa, have two children enrolled at The Ohio State University. In addition to relaxing at home with his family, he enjoys skiing, music and gardening when not treating patients and working with area physicians on medical care issues.