Top Doctors 2015: Pain Medicine

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Anesthesiologists, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and sometimes psychiatrists practice pain medicine

Xing Fu, M.D., pain of spinal origin, neuropathic pain, neuromodulation; Pacific Medical Centers, Canyon Park, 1909 214th St. SE, Suite 300 Bothell, 425.412.7200; First Hill, 1101 Madison St., Suite 301, Seattle, 206.505.1300; Pac Med, EvergreenHealth Medical Center, Overlake Hospital Medical Centers, Swedish Medical Centers; University of Washington, 2006

Hyun Hong, M.D., anesthesiology; Washington Center for Pain Management, 1900 116th Ave. NE, Suite 100, Bellevue, 425.774.1538; Overlake Hospital Medical Center; University of Oklahoma, 1999

Praveen Mambalam, M.D., Washington Center for Pain Management, 1900 116th Ave. NE, Suite 100, Bellevue, 425.774.1538; Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Virginia Commonwealth University, 2004

David Tauben, M.D., chief of Pain Medicine; chronic pain, chronic disease, management; Center for Pain Relief, 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, 206.598.4282; UW Medical Center (clinical associate professor in the University of Washington’s departments of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, and the Division of General Internal Medicine); Tufts University, 1979

Yongyi Zhu, M.D., injections, medication management, spinal cord stimulation; Washington Center for Pain Management, 1900 116th Ave. NE, Suite 201, Bellevue; 21616 76th Ave. W, Suite 102, Edmonds, 425.774.1538 (same number for both); Swedish Medical Center; Shanghai Medical University, 1984

Pain Medicine, Pediatric

Gary A. Walco, Ph.D., assessment and management of pain in children, transitions from acute to chronic pain, holistic models of pain in children; Seattle Children’s Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2000; Seattle Children’s; Ohio State University, 1984