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Jason R DeLuca, MD

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Many of Dr. Jason DeLuca’s patients are retired and looking to enjoy their time including taking on recreational activities like golf and pickleball. “When pain prohibits those activities, my goal is to eliminate or reduce the pain so our patients can live more full and active lives.”

After completing a bachelor’s degree in biology at Siena College, he earned his Doctor of Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University, both in New York. He finished an internship and residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of North Carolina.

While training in his speciality, Dr. DeLuca saw many types of injuries that left patients in pain which often became a limiting factor in their recovery process. “I realized the importance of controlling pain, allowing patients to make faster and more complete recoveries,” he said.

Working at the National Pain Institute for more than a decade, he enjoys fostering long term relationships with patients. “It is very rewarding to track their progress over time.”

The field of pain management is constantly changing and Dr. DeLuca is dedicated to staying on top of new procedures and options for patients. But he will also continue to use prior treatments and medications which have been beneficial for patients in the past

One aspect Dr. DeLuca believes sets his practice apart from others is his belief that he and his patients are a team aiming to control pain. “My job is to educate and provide multiple treatment options but, in the end, the patient has autonomy and is essential in the decision process regarding any treatment,” he said.

When putting together a treatment plan, Dr. DeLuca knows medication management can play an important role in controlling pain. But it is just one of many pillars that are a part of the plan that include interventional treatments, physical and other therapy modalities along with proper diet and nutrition.

With a strong connection to the community, Dr. DeLuca strives to help all patients achieve their goals to remain active and enjoy their retirement to the fullest. “I appreciate the relationships I have built with patients over the years, establishing trust and following their success stories,” he said.

Away from the office, Dr. DeLuca enjoys spending time with his family and exercising. “Having worked with pain patients for many years, I understand the importance of good health and exercise as a way to prevent future pain conditions.”

Affiliations NPI - Lady Lake, The Villages
Education
  • Board Certification
  • Diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine
  • Fellowship
  • National Pain Institute United States Delray Beach, FL 2011
  • Medical School
  • Suny Upstate Medical Center United States Syracuse, NY 2005
  • Residency
  • University of North Carolina Hospitals United States Chapel Hill, NC 2009
  • Undergraduate
  • Sienna College United States Loudonville, NY 2001