Michael Jung, MD

Dr. Michael W. Jung is a fellowship trained minimally invasive pain specialist who treats patients with acute and chronic pain of the spine, joints, muscles, tendons and nerves. Dr. Jung offers patients a multi-modal treatment plan to help control their pain and regain the function that they have lost. Dr. Jung employs both non-procedural and minimally invasive procedures to address and treat the symptoms that can arise from disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. As someone who looks to utilize the most sophisticated and newest research backed treatment options, Dr. Jung was one of the first physicians to offer a minimally invasive ultrasound based technique to reduce and eliminate tendon pain of the elbows, knees, achilles and plantar fascia.

He also has a special interest in neuromodulation for the treatment of complex regional pain syndrome, post-surgical pain of the back and joints as well as neuropathic pain. He was the first to trial and implant, a dorsal root ganglion neuromodulation system, for patients in Wisconsin.

Dr. Jung has won multiple awards recognizing his dedication to patient care including the Compassionate Doctor Recognition and Patient's Choice Award. He also has been recognized and awarded for his community partnership with area clinics for the exceptional care given to those who otherwise would not have had access to quality medical care. Dr. Jung recognizes that pain patients each come with a unique medical and personal history that require tailoring treatments to their particular needs.

Dr. Jung also has an extensive research history with multiple peer-reviewed publications to his name. He most recently has been involved in a multi-center study utilizing a minimally invasive, percutaneous spine decompression device, enabling patients restoration of function without the need for major back surgery. His knowledge and experience in research has allowed him to utilize the best evidence based research and data to help treat his patients.

Dr. Jung practices at multiple locations in the region including Milwaukee and surrounding communities, and is expanding sites across Wisconsin.


  • Froedtert / Medical College of Wisconsin
    Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Fellowship Pain Management
    2011 – 2012
  • Froedtert / Medical College of Wisconsin
    Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Anesthesiology Residency Program
    2008 – 2011
  • Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin U-Med & Science
    Doctor of Medicine (MD), Medicine
    2003 – 2007

Wisconsin Spine and Pain, the goal of our pain treatment is to help our patients live their healthiest lives possible by easing pain symptoms and restoring function and movement.