Meet Your Team

Richard McPherson, DO

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation/Pain Management

Dr. McPherson contributes a wide range of expertise to the non-surgical management of spine disorders at Spine Team Texas, including electrodiagnostic testing, spine rehabilitation, medication management, peripheral joint injections and interventional spine procedures. He is a Doctor of Osteopathic medicine with sub-specialty training in the management of musculoskeletal spine disorders.

To expand his wealth of knowledge, Dr. McPherson attends numerous seminars and workshops across the country. He was a contributing editor for Rehab in Review, reviewing relevant rehabilitation articles and medical journals for publishing consideration. He enjoys providing educational lectures in our community and to various local worksites.

He is involved with several professional organizations including: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Medicine, International Spine Intervention Society, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, American Osteopathic Association, and Dallas Osteopathic Study Group.


Professional Qualifications

Board Certifications

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Sports Medicine
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Pain Medicine
American Board of Pain Medicine

Medical School

Doctor of Medicine
University of North Texas Health Science Center-Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine; Fort Worth, TX


Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
University of Texas; Dallas, TX
Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
RehabNY; Buffalo, NY

Personal Interests

Dr. McPherson is no stranger to Texas as the Lone Star state is where he was raised. He is glad to be back in the area and close to his brother, many friends, local music, and the Arts in the DFW Metroplex. He is studying to become fluent in Spanish which will be of further benefit to his patients.