Hours: Mon-Fri | 7:30am-5:00pm
Your Georgetown Pain Clinic
Come on down to our Georgetown location, found at 3201 S Austin Avenue, Suite 265, to get help for your pain problems today. Out warm and friendly staff will get you sorted out, working hard to ensure that we get you living a pain-free lifestyle as soon as possible. Call or stop by to setup your appointment today.
Georgetown Pain Clinic Providers
There are three providers at our Georgetown clinic that are uniquely suited to help you with your pain problems.
Bennett J. Ezekiel, MD, MPH is a Interventional Pain Management Specialist, and he spent time at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where he worked on tobacco and smoking cessation. He has his Masters of Public Health, as well as his medical degree from the Texas Tech Health Science Center School of Medicine. And as if that wasn’t enough, he also did his post-doctorate training Fellowship in Pain Medicine in the Department of Anesthesia at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio.
Asim S. Aijaz, MD went to the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, where he graduated with Summa Cum Laude honors. His medical degree and anesthesiology residency came from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and then continued even further at Saint Vincent’s Medical Center at New York Medical College. He’s also spent time in both Guatemala and Ghana, working to provide medical care to the underprivileged community.
Christine M. Anderson, MD hails from Nebraska, and went to St. Olad College to receive her B.A. while graduating Summa Cum Laude. Next she went back to Omaha to get her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, graduating with distinction. Then it was off to Seattle, getting her anesthesiology training and interventional pain management fellowship at Virginia Mason Medical Center.
Georgetown Pain Clinic Location Details
Sometimes the most painful part of an appointment is waiting for your turn, but that’s not the case at our Georgetown Clinic location. Grab a cup of coffee and kick back to watch TV, or grab a magazine and read to your heart’s content. It’s a perfect way to relax before your visit.