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Robert Kirtley, MD

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,

SGMC Interventional Physiatry

2417 N. Patterson St. Ste, 120B

Valdosta, GA 31602

229-433-4350

Expertise

Education

Medical School: The Morehouse School of Medicine

Internship: Tripler Army Medical Center

Residency: Walter Reed Military Medical Center

Boards: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


Dr. Kirtley has been practicing medicine in Valdosta since 2019. He received his medical degree from the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and served ten years on active duty for the U.S. Army.

Dr. Kirtley is certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and specializes in diagnosing and performing nonsurgical or minimally invasive pain treatments.

Dr. Kirtley performs ultrasound and fluoroscopic guided pain procedures as well as some micro-invasive surgeries such as ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel release surgery that allows for a curative surgery without general anesthesia, immediate return to hand use, and an incision so small it does not require any stitches.

Dr. Kirtley is one of two physicians in the state of Georgia recommended by Sonex Health to perform US guided carpal tunnel release. Additionally, he offers guided specialty nerve blocks and ablations for chronic osteoarthritis, joint pain, post-traumatic/post-surgical chronic pain, mononeuropathies as well as regional neuropathic pain. He offers diagnostic and interventional procedures for spine, small and large joints, as well as treating traditional musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Kirtley also has vast experience with regenerative medicine and alternative pain treatments (Dextrose therapies, Gua Sha/Graston technique, PENS, BattleField Acupuncture etc.).


Raves

“Dr. Kirtley is kind and compassionate. He is also a skilled provider. He has changed my life for the better, and I am very grateful.” – Deborah H.