Dr. Dominic Lewis is an orthopedic surgeon who has been in practice in Florida since 2007. He earned his medical degree at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., and did his residency at Howard College of Medicine, also in Washington. He completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery and practiced at Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center in Birmingham, Alabama, before relocating to Florida.
Dr. Lewis specializes in the foot and ankle, focusing on patients with all kinds of orthopedic problems but especially those of the lower extremities.
He was first introduced to Ergodynamic in 2013, when the company’s founders began exploring bringing their product to the United States. “I went to Spain to see for myself,” he says. “I was so impressed, I said I was definitely in.
“The most important thing to me was the science,” he continues. “It had to make sense scientifically. Ergodynamic has thirty to forty years of science backing it up. And believe me – I would never attach my reputation to a gimmick.”
“It’s a no-brainer,” he says of the principle behind Ergodynamic. “Once you get someone into proper anatomical alignment, it only makes sense that they would move more efficiently and be able to do more. That in turn translates into less injury and therefore less pain.”
Dr. Lewis says he is eager to help educate the American medical community about the benefits of Ergodynamic, which complements the work of orthopedic physicians and physical therapists.
“I’m excited to be part of bring this dynamic therapy to American patients and introducing them to a pain-free future,” he says.