Top Doctors 2015: Pain Medicine

By Seattle Mag

July 6, 2015

This article originally appeared in the July 2015 issue of Seattle Magazine.

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

 

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