About Us

Meet the Las Vegas Pain Management Doctors at Nevada Pain

Everyone at our practice, from the front office staff to Physician Assistants to the LV pain doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, is focused, committed and dedicated to providing concerned care to all pain patients that walk through the door. At Pain Clinic Las Vegas, Anything less is simply unacceptable!

All patients who visit us for any simple or complex pain related issue, such as sciatica or failed back surgery syndrome, can rest easy knowing the fact that they are in safe hands to receive comprehensive and quality care from the capable and cordial staff at Nevada Pain Clinic.

Our staff believes in comprehensive care and offers individualized treatment plans including Pain Medication Management, Interventional procedures, chiropractic, physical rehabilitation (PT), spinal decompression therapy, acupuncture, along with a combination of treatments. We understand that all patients’ presentations are unique and they deserve to be treated with a plan that is tailored to meet their needs and preferences.rve to be treated with a plan that is customized to your needs.

For the past 5 years in a row, Nevada Pain has been recognized with the coveted Patient’s Choice Award. The Award is unique- not just based on the doctor’s expertise, but a large number of votes from patients, and it cannot be purchased.

As we offer dexterity with a premier patient experience in an attractive, results-based atmosphere, they have widely spoken about and taken into considerations the friendly approach of the office staff.

With the practice spread over two convenient locations serving the metro area, we accept over 50 insurance plans.

Call us today to schedule an appointment with our top Pain Doctors at (702) 323-0553.

We understand that the more you grasp knowledge about pain management conditions, the higher the possibility of receiving successful treatment.

For that reason, Nevada Pain has assembled an online text book with extensive information on pain conditions and the available treatment options such as medications, injections, acupuncture, physical therapy and chiropractic.

  • Seizure when the medication injected into blood vessel
  • Collapsed lung
  • Numb arm that lasts for hours
  • Temporary weakness or numbness down the neck
  • Allergies, and nerve damages
  • Bruising at the injection site