About Interventional Spine & Pain, PA
Dr. Pablo P. Zeballos
Dr. Zeballos is a Fellowship trained Pain Management Physician who utilizes his extensive background in musculoskeletal medicine to diagnose the etiology of the patient’s pain and his expertise in the latest interventional techniques to treat all facets of pain. Dr. Zeballos treatment philosophy takes into consideration that in order to be successful in treating his patients chronic pain, the patient has to take a proactive approach and therefore become part of a team approach to manage the pain. Dr. Zeballos will use all conservative treatment modalities including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, Rehabilitation, Behavioral Therapy (hypnosis, biofeedback, pain coping skills), and coadjuvant pain medications as needed. If no significant improvement is noted in patient’s pain complaints, then he may pursue non-surgical interventional procedures with the latest state of the art technology to help alleviate the pain and treat the cause of the pain.
Mark A. LeDoux M.D., P.A.
Dr. LeDoux was born in Lake Charles, LA, and raised in Port Neches, TX. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Lamar University where he was an internationally ranked 400m hurdler. He continued on and graduated from medical school from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in 2004.
After medical school, Dr. LeDoux completed his Surgery Internship in Houston at Christus St. Joseph’s. His Anesthesiology training was then completed in 2008, at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. There, he also completed an American Board of Anesthesiology accredited Fellowship in Interventional Pain management. He is board certified in Anesthesiology as well as Pain Management by the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Beyond delivering the highest level of technical care, Dr. LeDoux is committed to providing a compassionate and comprehensive approach for his patients. His goal is to restore functionality in their everyday schedule as well as overall quality of life.
Nathan S. Walters, M.D.
A native of Dallas, Dr. Walters is a fellowship-trained pain management specialist who focuses on conservative treatments such as physical therapy, medications, and spinal injections to diagnose and treat pain.
Dr. Walters is double board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation as well as Pain Management. After earning his medical degree with honors from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, he completed his residency training at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, where he focused on outpatient musculoskeletal pain syndromes, with an emphasis on conservative treatment of the spine. He then pursued further training at UCLA's prestigious fellowship program in Pain Management, where he became proficient in fluoroscopically guided spinal injections to diagnose and treat pain. Dr. Walters is also trained in electrodiagnostic medicine (EMG) & nerve conduction studies (NCS), which utilizes a nerve test performed in the office to aid in the diagnosis and prognosis of spinal conditions.
John Michels, M.D.
Dr. Michels is a former First Round Draft Choice and Super Bowl Champion with the Green Bay Packers. After an injury ended his NFL career, Dr. Michels was accepted to the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine where he went on to become a Dean's list scholar and a member of the medical school admissions committee.
After medical school, Dr. Michels went to Baylor College of Medicine where he completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology. He then went to UC Irvine where he completed an ACGME accredited multi-disciplinary fellowship in Interventional Pain Management. He is double board certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Pain Medicine
Dr. Michels' passion is to use minimally invasive image guided procedures to help minimize pain and restore function so that people can live their lives to the fullest.
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