About Louis J. Raso, MD, PA


Board-certified in both pain management and anesthesiology, Louis J. Raso, MD, PA, is extensively trained in a wide range of services to relieve chronic pain and improve the quality of his patients’ lives. At his practice in Jupiter, Florida, Dr. Raso specializes in treating persistent pain that isn’t treatable with other therapies and focuses on identifying the root cause of his patients’ pain.

Dr. Raso is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology and stays active in pain management research and technology. In addition to his clinic work, Dr. Raso authors articles on pain management techniques for medical journals and book chapters, and he lectures on the subject around the country and throughout Europe. 

After earning his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, New Jersey, Dr. Raso went on to complete both his training in anesthesiology and a fellowship in pain management at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He remains actively involved in educating other physicians about spinal cord stimulation technology and research.

Dr. Raso welcomes patients who are looking for solutions for chronic pain, and many physicians offer referrals to Dr. Raso’s clinic for pain relief for cancer, nerve damage, and debilitating low back pain. Using treatments customized to every patient’s needs, Dr. Raso works closely with them to achieve rapid and long-lasting pain relief. He also relies on his working relationship with physical therapists, relaxation specialists, and counseling services to help his patients effectively cope with chronic pain.

To learn more about your options for interventional pain management, schedule a consultation with Dr. Raso today online or by calling the office. 

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At Louis J Raso MD PA, we accept most major insurance providers. If you do not see your Insurance provider listed, please contact the office for more information.

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Louis Raso, MD, PA
2141 South Alternate A1A, Suite 110
Jupiter, FL 33477
Phone: 561-264-2845
Fax: (561) 741-1123
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