Vail Valley Surgery Centers are now open. In an effort to protect our patients, community and staff, we have updated our visitor policy. For surgical procedures, patients' designated ride/care provider will now only be allowed to enter the building when the patient is ready to be sent home. Only one adult per patient will be allowed. For minor procedures, including pain injections and GI endoscopy, no visitors will be allowed to enter (patient drop off and pick up only). We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Scott Raub D.O.


Specialty: Pain Management

Contact Phone: (970) 668-3633

Languages: English

Education: Nova-Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Residency: Loyola University Medical Center

Board Certification: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Subspecialty of Pain Management

Fellowship: Lutheran General Hospital (University of Chicago Affiliate)

  • Biography
Dr. Raub received his medical degree at Nova-Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine and then continued to the Loyola University Medical Center in Illinois, where he completed his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency. Dr. Raub completed his sports medicine fellowship at the Lutheran General Hospital, a University of Chicago Affiliate. He is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and has a board certification in the subspecialty of pain management from the same organization.

Dr. Raub is a non-surgical physiatrist and utilizes special training in physical medicine therapies, allopathic remedies and pain management to treat his patients with a truly holistic approach. He specializes in spine care, electrodiagnostic testing, and interventional procedures for spine pain. Dr. Raub is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is affiliated with the International Spinal Interventions Society (ISIS). He believes in the importance of patient participation and spends a great deal of his time educating patients and collaborating with the community of back pain therapists.

Dr. Raub values practicing in a mountain environment, where he finds people place a high priority on maintaining an active lifestyle well into their senior years. Despite learning to ski later in life, Dr. Raub skis most weekends and enjoys moguls.