Top Doctors 2017: Pain Medicine

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Anesthesiologists, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and some psychiatrists practice pain medicine.

Miroslav Backonja, M.D., neuropathic pain; Center for Pain Relief at UWMC, 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, fourth floor, Seattle, 206.598.4282; University of Washington Medical Center; University of Zagreb, Croatia, 1980
    
Gordon A. Irving, M.D., spine pain, back pain, chronic pain, acute pain; Swedish Pain Services, 600 Broadway, Suite 530, Seattle, 206.386.2013; Swedish Medical Center–First Hill campus; Newcastle University Medical School, England, 1973
     
Suzanne E. Rapp, M.D., pain management, chronic pain; Center for Pain Relief at UWMC, 4225 Roosevelt Way NE, fourth floor, Seattle, 206.598.4282; University of Washington Medical Center; University of Washington, 1981

 

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