Erasmus G. Morfe, DO

Dr. Morfe is a board-certified, fellowship-trained Physiatrist, specializing in interventional pain management and musculoskeletal medicine. Dr. Morfe focuses on interventional pain management, providing outpatient spinal injections under IV sedation. Dr. Morfe also performs electrodiagnostic studies (EMG/NCS), as well as ultrasound guided injections.

Dr. Morfe earned his medical degree at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Morfe also completed a fellowship in Spine and Sports Medicine at the Mayo Clinic.

Since 2004, Dr. Morfe has been in private practice in Littleton. He also served as the Medical Director for the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Littleton Adventist Hospital. Dr. Morfe joined NeurosurgeryOne in spring 2019 and sees patients at the practice’s Littleton and Lone Tree clinics.

Dr. Morfe has a holistic approach to his practice, incorporating diet, lifestyle, and exercise with interventional procedures to maximize his patient’s quality of life and overall functional status. He has a special interest in using a ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting to reduce overall systemic inflammation and hence pain.



Bachelor of Science - Grand Valley State University

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine - Michigan State University

Internship - Botsford General Hospital

Residency - Mayo Clinic

Fellowship - Mayo Clinic

Professional Experience

Physiatry Consultants of Colorado

Interwest Rehabilitation


Professional Memberships

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Spine Intervention Society

North American Spine Society



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  2. Morfe, EG. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Sprain (Ch 58). In: Fromera W, Silver J, eds. Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Review and Self-Assessment. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, 2003.