Ethan B. Dalley M.D., FIPP
Interventional Pain Management
Dr. Ethan Dalley was born and raised in Lubbock, Texas. After graduating from Lubbock High School and receiving a Bachelor of Sciences degree from Brigham Young University, he was accepted for post baccalaureate studies at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) from which he received a medical degree.
Following completion of medical training at Texas Tech, he attended Johns Hopkins University for residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. While there he received “The Hopkins Healer Award” for outstanding service as a resident. Dr. Dalley was also selected to be Chief Resident for the Department of PM&R his final year at Johns Hopkins. He then returned to TTUHSC for continued training in Pain Management in the Department of Anesthesiology.
Dr. Dalley is married to Krista Dalley and has six beautiful children, daughters Brynlee and Addyson, and sons Trey, Kaden, Gavyn, and Wyatt. Of all the places he has lived, Lubbock is the favorite – it is home. He enjoys reading, firearms, exercise and Texas Tech sports!
His professional interests include musculoskeletal medicine, non-operative sports medicine, chronic pain management with pharmacological and interventional techniques, neuromodulation, intrathecal drug delivery, and nerve conduction/EMG.