Project Description

Juan Egas, MD
Juan Egas, MDInterventional Pain
Phone: 813-333-9113
Servicing our Brandon & Trinity Offices

Dr. Juan Egas is an interventional pain physician at NeuSpine Institute. He is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Anesthesia and Interventional Pain Management. He completed his medical school at the Catholic University of Guayaquil in Ecuador, where he graduated with honors. After finishing Medical school, he decided to follow his father’s footsteps and specialize in the field of Anesthesiology (his father is an anesthesiologist with more than 20 years of experience). Once he became more involved with the US healthcare system, he started exploring other components within the scope of practice of anesthesiology. He decided to train in Pain Medicine not only because he became very compassionate about treating chronic pain patients, but also he is very passionate about improving his patients’ overall function and the quality of their lives.

Dr. Egas trained in the US with world leaders in the field of Anesthesiology and Pain Management. He completed his anesthesia residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and his pain management fellowship at Stanford Hospital and Clinics. During his years of training, Dr. Egas excelled in his clinical training, learning the most up to date techniques with the use of cutting edge technology.

Prior to his arrival, he practiced in both the state of California and the state of West Virginia excelling in inpatient care at both places. His focus on how to treat pain is providing a multidisciplinary approach, heavily focused on improving his patients’ quality of life and functional restoration. He has an in-depth knowledge of complex pharmacology, physical rehabilitation, routine and advanced procedures for the treatment of your pain. He continues to advance his practice of medicine by maintaining up-to-date information with the most current and cutting-edge techniques in pain management to treat the most difficult cases of refractory pain.

Dr. Egas brings to NeuSpine Institute experience, knowledge, compassion, and reliability to treat your pain. Dr. Egas specializes in fluoroscopic (Xray) and ultrasound-guided injections. Dr. Egas has been an author of peer-reviewed articles, abstracts, and book chapters. During his free time, he enjoys practicing yoga daily, jogging, hiking and biking.

Kamal Patel, MD
Kamal Patel, MDInterventional Pain
Phone: 813-333-9113
Servicing our Brandon & Wesley Chapel Offices

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 in Biomedical Engineering from the George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science. During his tenure, Dr. Patel invented a digital goniometer that is used to measure extension and flexion of a joint within 0.7 degrees of accuracy.

After earning his degree, Dr. Patel attended the George Washington University Medical School and earned his MD. During his medical school years, Dr. Patel worked at the Neuroendocrine Unit at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School to publish multiple papers and conducted research on athletes in the Boston area.

After medical school, Dr. Patel trained at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia for 3 years as an Emergency Medicine Resident. Around this time, Dr. Patel found an opportunity to move to Tampa, Florida for an Occupational Medicine Residency position at the University of South Florida. Within two years, Dr. Patel became the chief resident of the Occupational Medicine Residency and graduated with a Master of Science in Public Health from USF.

Dr. Patel also completed a fellowship in interventional and non-interventional pain at the Deuk Spine Institute in Melbourne, FL. At this position, Dr. Patel completed over 2700 procedures including kyphoplasties, spinal cord stimulator placements, and other minimally invasive procedures. Through his education and experience, he brings a unique and progressive approach to Pain Management and NeuSpine Institute. He looks forward to bringing these innovative techniques to his patients in Dade City and Wesley Chapel.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about myself. I look forward to taking care of you or a loved one. Please do not hesitate to call our office to set up a consultation.

Rishi Gaiha, MD
Rishi Gaiha, MDInterventional Pain
Phone: 813-333-9113
Dade City

Dr. Gaiha completed fellowship training in Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago, Illinois. He also completed residency training in anesthesiology at Northwestern University. Dr. Gaiha has authored several peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters, and has presented research at numerous national meetings.

Dr. Gaiha joined Neuspine Institute 2020. He is an active member of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) and the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA). In addition, Dr. Gaiha is a board-certified Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology and is also board eligible in Pain Management.

As a physician at Neuspine Institute, Dr. Gaiha practices a comprehensive and personalized approach to treating head and neck pain, lower back pain, upper back and thoracic pain, abdominal pain, chronic pelvic pain, cancer pain, central pain, peripheral nervous system pain, and complex regional pain syndrome. He has particular interests in neuromodulation, vertebral augmentation, regenerative medicine, and the use of ultrasound for interventional pain management.

In his free time, Dr. Gaiha enjoys hikes, photography (uses a Canon m50), watching sports (he’s a fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes), comedy, and investing in the stock market.

Russell Deutscher, MD
Russell Deutscher, MDInterventional Pain
Phone: 813-333-9113

Dr. Russell Deutscher is a highly skilled physician specializing in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, and Pain Management. He was born and raised in the Tampa Bay area and is a graduate of Florida State University, where he earned his undergraduate degree in Economics.

Dr. Deutscher completed his pre-medical and medical studies in both the United States and abroad. While in medical school, he simultaneously earned two Master’s degrees in Healthcare Administration and Healthcare Informatics.

After medical school, Dr. Deutscher completed a 4-year residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Wayne State University and Beaumont Health in Detroit, Michigan. While in residency, he served on multiple committees and held the esteemed position of Chief Academic Resident during his final year. Following his residency, he returned to Florida as a Fellow in Interventional Pain Medicine at the University of South Florida in Tampa, an ACGME accredited program.

Dr. Deutscher is board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and has subspecialty certification in Pain Medicine. He has special expertise in a variety of procedures, including, but not limited to, Botox for migraines, spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, and fluoroscopically/ultrasound-guided injections.

Dr. Deutscher enjoys spending time educating his patients about their conditions and exploring the various treatment options available to them. He believes that each patient is unique and requires a unique treatment plan to aid in restoring quality of life.