Dr. Theodore Ford received his training in Engineering and Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. He completed his internship in General Surgery and a residency in Anesthesiology, and he was a Clinical Instructor of Anesthesiology at McGaw Medical Center in Chicago, training numerous medical students and physicians.
He has performed research and published papers in the field of diabetes, cancer, lung physiology, and pain management and he has lectured at national medical conferences. After moving to Central Oregon, Dr. Ford continued to practice anesthesiology.
After completing a Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, he founded Bend Spine and Pain Specialists, LLC.
Dr. Ford is married to Dr. Madeline Lemee, and they have two sons. They enjoy cycling and skiing in Central Oregon.