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Dr. Aaron Hanyu-Deutmeyer is a double board certified interventional pain medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physician with a passion for improving the quality of life for his patients. After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Houston, he attended medical school in Arizona at Midwestern University. He then completed his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency training at the prestigious Northwestern Medicine's Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital where he also served as Chief Resident, and completed his subspecialty training in interventional pain medicine at the nationally-renowned UC Davis Pain Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Hanyu takes a holistic approach to pain management with a strong belief in the body's ability to heal itself. He achieves this by providing compassion, support and education during one of the most difficult times in a patient's life. Whether your personalized treatment plan consists of physical therapy, medication, mindfulness or interventional techniques, Dr. Hanyu will be there to support you each step of the way and help you regain control of your life. Dr. Hanyu has strong personal interests in vertebral augmentation, regenerative medicine, ultrasound and using neuromodulation as a non-opioid form of treatment. He stays engaged in the field by being involved with multiple national and regional medical societies, being involved in research and teaching, and presenting at various conferences. During his free time, Dr. Hanyu likes to spend time with his wife and dog exploring the great state of Louisiana. He also enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling and trying out new restaurants.

*Appointment times and availability for established patients may vary within the MyOchsner portal.

Medical Education

Midwestern University
Field of Study: Medicine


Franciscan St. James Health
Field of Study: Traditional Rotating Internship


Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital
Field of Study: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


University of California, Davis Medical Center
Field of Study: Pain Medicine

  • American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation