Pain Management


Interventional Pain

Interventional pain is employed as a conservative (non-surgical) program that helps to identify the source of pain and rehabilitate the patient as an alternative or follow-up to surgery.
Each patient is carefully evaluated and given a personalized treatment plan tailored to their needs.

Dr. Patel, Dr. Egas, […]

IV Therapy


What are infusion therapies and how can they help me?

Infusion therapies of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants have been used for many years. Infusions allow your body to have immediate access to the needed vitamins/minerals it needs. Your doctor may check certain vitamin levels prior to recommending supplementation. These […]



Briana Rose is a board-certified Physician Assistant (PA-C). She completed her bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences at the University of South Florida where she graduated summa cum laude. She then went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant studies at South University Tampa and […]

Interventional Pain Doctors


Phone: 813-333-9113
Servicing our Wesley Chapel Office

Dr. Kamal Patel is a fellowship-trained interventional and non-interventional pain specialist at NeuSpine Institute.

Dr. Patel has spent years helping patients resolve their acute and chronic spine and joint pain.

Dr. Patel earned his bachelor’s degree with honors […]



Phone: 813-333-1186
Wesley Chapel, Brandon, and Trinity

Armen Deukmedjian, MD is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon, specializing in minimally invasive solutions for both simple and complex spinal pathologies. His focus is on surgical and non-surgical treatments of debilitating neck and back pain.

Dr. Deukmedjian earned his bachelor’s degree in molecular and cell biology […]

Minimally Invasive Surgery


Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is not limited to a single surgery type. Rather, it is a philosophical approach that some surgeons take in planning surgery, and encompasses a variety of different surgical methods.

MIS emphasizes the approaches to the spine, and the importance of minimizing tissue trauma during […]

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