Thomas P. Lione, DO

Thomas P. Lione, DO

Dr. Lione returns to Long Island after completing his fellowship training in Interventional Pain Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia.

Prior to fellowship, Dr. Lione obtained his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Northwell Health, where he was elected Chief Resident and served as an Executive Board Member of the Northwell Health Residents and Fellows Forum and House Staff Association.

During his internship at Northwell Health-Plainview Hospital, he was awarded the Gary K. Rachlin Memorial Award for his commitment to compassionate, patient-centered care.

In addition to his expertise in musculoskeletal medicine and interventional spine care, Dr. Lione received extensive training for the comprehensive treatment of a wide variety of painful disorders, including cancer-related pain and headache management, and advanced procedural training in techniques in neuromodulation and cutting-edge implant therapies.

Dr. Lione maintains a strong interest in medical education and enjoys working with and teaching medical students and resident physicians. In addition, he has published in numerous textbooks and journals on a variety of pain and musculoskeletal topics and has presented at multiple national and regional conferences.

Dr. Lione received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Lione is board certified in both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.

Honors and Recognition
  • Northwell Health PM&R Residency Program – Chief Resident
  • Northwell Health-Plainview Hospital – Gary K. Rachlin Memorial Award for commitment to compassionate, patient-centered care.
Publications and Presentations

Presentations:

  • Lione, TP. Hip-Spine Syndrome: Does Coexisting Lumbar Spinal Canal Stenosis Impair Functional Outcomes and Activity Levels After Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty. Northwell Health Interdisciplinary Spine Center Conference. July 2015.
  • Lione, TPApproach to Musculoskeletal Physical Exam: Special Tests For Shoulder, Knee, Hip, and Back. Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies. April 2016.
  • Lione, TPAydin, SM. Intra-Operative Complication of Lumbar Kyphoplasty Instrumentation in a Non-Osteoporotic Patient with L1 Compression Fracture: A Case Report. Northwell Health Academic Compendium Competition. June 2016.
  • Lione, TP. Aydin, SM. Evaluation and Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Pain in Patients with History of Vertebral Compression Fractures: A Case Series. Northwell Health Academic Compendium Competition. May 2017. Northwell Department of PM&R Grand Rounds/Academic Day. June 2017.
  • Lione, TPPost-Mastectomy Pain Syndrome. Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Department of Pain Medicine Grand Rounds. Richmond, Virginia. December 2017.

Articles, Book Chapters, And Case Reports:

  • Lione, TP. Aydin, SM. Ultrasound Guided Shoulder Injections. In Baheti, DK., et. al. Interventional Pain Management: A Practical Approach 2nd Edition. Jaypee Medical Publishers. Ch. 59. pp. 444-448. 2015.
  • Papa, E. Lione, TPAydin, SM. Intra-Operative Complication of Lumbar Kyphoplasty Instrumentation in a Non-Osteoporotic Patient with L1 Compression Fracture: A Case Report. NY/NJ Society of Interventional Pain Physicians 2015 Pain Medicine Symposium. Jersey City, New Jersey. November 2015.
  • Lione, TP. John, S. May-Thurner Syndrome: A Rare Cause of a Common Problem: A Case Report. Association of Academic Physiatrists 2016 Annual Meeting. Sacramento, California. February 2016.
  • Lione, TP. Gibbs, K. Khan, S. Todd’s Paralysis with Prolonged Hemiparesis: A Case Report. American Osteopathic College of PM&R Mid-Year Meeting and Scientific Seminar. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 2016.
  • Lione, TP. Chen, E. Aydin, SM. Repeated Platelet Rich Plasma Injection in a Patient with Chronic Tibialis Anterior Tendon Pain: A Case Report. NY/NJ Society of Interventional Pain Physicians 2016 Pain Medicine Symposium. Jersey City, New Jersey. November 2016.
  • Chen, E. Lione, TP. Aydin, SM. Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment for Medial Meniscal Tear in the Knee: A Direct Visualization and Catheter Placement Technique. NY/NJ Society of Interventional Pain Physicians 2016 Pain Medicine Symposium. Jersey City, New Jersey. November 2016. (Nominated for Award Winning Abstract)
  • Wisotsky, E. Hanrahan, N. Lione, TP. Maltser, S. Deconstructing Postmastectomy Syndrome: Implications for Physiatric Management. Edited by Cheville, AL. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America on Adjunctive Rehabilitation Approaches to Oncology. Volume 28. Issue 1. Pages 153-169. February 2017.
  • Lione, TP. Maltser, S. Metastatic Breast Cancer Presenting as Right Upper Extremity Skin Rash in a Patient With Lymphedema: A Case Report. Association of Academic Physiatrists 2017 Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada. February 2017.
  • Aydin, SM. Lione, TP. Lumbar Spinal/Canal Stenosis and its Pain Management. In Baheti, Bakshi, Gupta, Gehdoo. Symptom Oriented Pain Management 2nd Edition. Jaypee Medical Publishers. May 2017.
  • Lione, TP. Aydin, SM. Ligamentous Injury: Sacroiliac Joint and Iliolumbar Referred Pain Patterns. In Kahn, S., et al. Musculoskeletal Sports and Spine Disorders: A Comprehensive Guide. Springer International Publishing. Ch. 92. pp. 405-410. 2017.
  • Lione, TP. Quraishi, S. Pain Medicine. In Shatzer, M., et al. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia 3rd Edition. Springer Publishing Company. Ch. 10. pp. 75- 92. 2018.
  • Lione, TP. Enriquez, R. Musculoskeletal/Sports/Orthopedics. In Shatzer, M., et al. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia 3rd Edition. Springer Publishing Company. Ch. 11. pp. 93-119. 2018.
  • Lione, TP. Enriquez, R. Ultrasound. In Shatzer, M., et al. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia 3rd Edition. Springer Publishing Company. Ch. 12. pp. 120-124. 2018.
  • Lione, TP. Shatzer, M. Pressure Ulcers. In Shatzer, M., et al. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pocketpedia 3rd Edition. Springer Publishing Company. Ch. 32. pp. 281-285. 2018.
Professional Associations

Dr. Lione is an active member of numerous medical societies and associations, including Spine Intervention Society, North American Spine Society, American Academy of Pain Medicine, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, North American Neuromodulation Society, Association of Academic Physiatrists, and American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

At Home

Outside of the office, Dr. Lione enjoys running, mountain biking, exploring good food, and spending time with his family.