Physician - Interventional Pain Management

Las Vegas, NV

Inpatient and outpatient

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Obtain history and physical exam in order to break down complex clinical symptoms into manageable treatment algorithms
  • Educate patient and family about chronic pain pathology and treatment algorithms
  • Follow-up with patients to assess response to multiple and often concurrent therapies including medication management, interventional therapies and psychological counseling
  • Interpretation and implementation of evidence -based medicine as it pertains to acute and chronic pain management
  • Risk and treatment stratification approaches to chronic pain management
  • Office-based procedural therapies such as large/intermediate joint injections (shoulder, knee, elbow, ankle), small joints (hand), tendonitis, bursitis, and trigger point injections
  • Interventional pain/spine procedures:
  • Ability to discuss indications and details of procedure with patients
  • Ability to perform full spectrum in interventional pain/spine modalities
  • Risk/benefit/alternative analysis with patients
  • Post procedure assessment for efficacy and complications
  • Educating patients about their radiographic imaging results and correlation to symptoms and potential therapies
  • Case review to coordinate care among other specialties (i.e. surgical)

Required Qualifications:

  • Must have completed an accredited residency in Anesthesiology and an accredited fellowship in Pain Management
  • Must be board certified or board eligible in specialty
  • Active and unrestricted license in the State of Nevada or ability to obtain prior to employment
  • DEA license or ability to obtain prior to employment

Posted December 17, 2021