Kelly Will, M.D.
Board-Certified Physician
Medical Training

Medical School
University of Texas Medical Branch

University of Nevada School of Medicine – Las Vegas – General Surgery

University of Kansas Medical Center – Kansas City - Anesthesiology and Pain Management

Texas Medical Association Texas Medical Foundation
Dallas County Medical Society
International Association for the Study of Pain
American Pain Society
American Academy of Pain Medicine
Texas Pain Society, Charter Member
International Headache Society
International Neuromodulation Society

American Board of Anesthesiology
American Board of Pain Medicine - Diplomate
American Board of Anesthesiology – Pain Management Subspecialty
Texas Medical Board – Physician Full Permit
Texas Department of Public Safety – Texas Controlled Substances Registration Certificate
US Drug Enforcement Administration – Controlled Substance Registration Certificate

After receiving a B.A. in Biology from Austin College in Sherman, TX, Dr. Will attended the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX to receive his medical training. He completed an internship in General Surgery at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas, NV, before moving on to the University of Kansas Medical Center, in Kansas City, KS to complete his Anesthesiology and Pain Management residency, where he served as chief resident from 1987-1989.

For over 30 years, Dr. Will has been committed to providing dedicated care for chronic pain sufferers, focusing on conditions of the neck and spine. He has worked at a number of top-notch hospitals and clinics, including Texas Health Presbyterian and the Pine Creek Health Center, both located in Dallas. In addition to practicing medicine, he is a very active researcher and has co-authored numerous studies on various topics in anesthesiology and pain care. From 1985 to 1986, he served as a visiting instructor at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX.

A true Texan, Dr. Will is originally from Arlington, and spends every weekend on his farm in Waxahachie tending to 31 horses.

Awards and Accomplishments:

1980: National Merit Scholar
1987-1989: Chief Resident at University of Kansas Medical Center
1989: Outstanding Graduating Resident Award – University of Kansas Medical Center
2003-2017: Best Doctor in Dallas – Awarded by D Magazine

“I believe the best way to relieve pain is to treat the underlying problem, if possible. Through a thorough evaluation and examination, I try to determine the most accurate diagnosis for every patient, then come up with an individualized treatment plan. Even if there is not a way to “fix” the problem, there are many things we can do to manage the symptoms and improve the patients function and quality of life.” – Dr. Will