Dr. Peter Lowry specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of spine and sacroiliac joint pain, pain in the upper and lower extremities, as well as many related conditions such as headaches and disability related to acute injury or chronic arthritis.
A Colorado native, Dr. Lowry joins the Colorado Spine Institute after serving on the musculoskeletal radiology faculty at the University of Colorado. He has extensive procedural experience, having performed thousands of injections in the spine and the upper and lower extremities. He has been involved in several national studies regarding osteoporosis, kyphoplasty, vertebroplasty, and tumor ablation. At the University of Colorado, he helped pioneer the minimally invasive treatment of complex vertebral fractures and has been invited to speak nationally about spine intervention.
He has extensive diagnostic radiology experience with spine and joint disorders and injuries, which contributes greatly to the ability to diagnose and treat pain. While at the University of Colorado, he served as the primary team radiologist for the CU Buffaloes football team, spending game days on the sidelines and evaluating x-rays during home games. He has been asked to interpret CT scans and MRIs for college, professional, and Olympic athletes.
Dr. Lowry has a strong interest and expertise in cutting edge procedural techniques in pain medicine as well as spine and joint imaging. He continues to study the best ways to implement all aspects of interventional pain and regenerative medicine to help patients with new pain and patients who have had difficulty finding relief from prior treatment.