Dr. Bindu Popat-Lewis earned her Bachelor of Health Science from Oakland University and Master of Physical Therapy degrees from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. She practiced physical therapy for 10 years at the William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine-Henry Ford Health System, and William Beaumont Hospital. Dr. Popat-Lewis received her D.O. at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency in Anesthesiology and AOA-accredited fellowship in Acute and Chronic Pain Management at McLaren Hospital of Greater Lansing. She is trained and experienced in the latest interventional pain management techniques including spinal cord stimulation. She is board certified in Anesthesiology and Acute and Chronic Pain Management. Her special interests include musculoskeletal dysfunction, unresolved acute and chronic spine pain, pelvic pain and women’s health.