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Kevin K. Sigua, MD
Kevin K. Sigua, MD

Kevin K. Sigua, MD

Specialties

  • Back and Neck (Spine)
  • EMG Nerve Study
  • Interventional Pain Management
  • Non-Operative Spine
  • Pain Management
  • Sports Medicine

317.802.2872

( Fax: 317.802.2405 )

Education

Undergraduate School

University of California

Medical School

Ross University's School of Medicine

Residency

RushUniversity Medical Center

Fellowship

Michigan State University

Affiliations

  • American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Association of Academic Physiatrists
  • Former Orthopedic Consultant for Indianapolis Indians

Certifications

Board Certified Physician

Meet Dr. Kevin Sigua

Dr. Sigua graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and cellular biology. He attended medical school at Ross University’s School of Medicine in 2000 and completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. While at Rush University, Dr. Sigua was appointed chief resident from 2003 to 2004. Following his residency, Dr. Sigua continued his fellowship training in sports medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine and interventional spine at Michigan State University.

Dr. Sigua has served as both a researcher and teacher in areas of physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain management. Dr. Sigua is an active member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the Association of Academic Physiatrists.

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Practice focus:

  • Electrodiagnostics
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Non-Operative Spine
  • Interventional Pain Management
  • Pain Management
  • Spine
  • Sports Medicine

Patient Reviews

4.94 out of 5 (95 Ratings, 34 Comments)

Nov 6, 2019
Dr Sigua & his resident were very personable & I didn't feel rushed. They both listened well, & were empathetic.
Oct 31, 2019
Dr. Sigua is the best around.
Oct 31, 2019
Does anyone read the canned I pad answers that we seriously answer? Do they really help with diagnosis?