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Your South Austin Pain Clinic
Do you feel stuck with pain? Don’t. Get help today at Pain Doctor Austin’s South Austin Pain Clinic found at 2501 W. William Cannon Drive, Suite 401. Here you’ll find caring doctors that will work hard to diagnose your pain condition, then provide appropriate treatment to get you back to an active lifestyle as quickly as possible. Come in or call today and book your next appointment to get yourself back in the game.
South Austin Pain Clinic Providers
At Pain Doctor Austin’s South Austin location, we have six pain doctors on-hand and ready to help you today.
Devin B. Peck, MD is board certified in Pain Management and Anesthesiology, but what makes him special is his interest in very specific types of pain treatment. Sports injuries, arthritis, cancer pain, shingles, and a host of other conditions rank high on his priority issues, and he uses a multi-modal approach to get patients the best results available with his goal being to return them to an active lifestyle.
Kery L. Feferman, MD has her Bachelor of Arts from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, and she then got her medical degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Around that same time she received the Merck Manual Award with academic honors, and then moved forward to get perform her residency in Anesthesia. When she’s not treating patients, she’s spending time with her two children and husband, enjoying Austin and the surrounding area.
Paul H. Le, MD is board certified in both pain medicine and anesthesiology, but one of the things that makes him a great part of the team is that he spent his college years right here in Austin. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin, and then pursued his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Brannon R. Frank, MD graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas A&M, and he got his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch, so you know that he’s got Texas in his veins. He’s also the Medical Director for Pain Doctor Austin, and was previously the medical director for Stonegate Surgery Center. Pain is his focus, and he truly cares about providing the best level of care possible.
John W. Wages, MD spent his formative years in Lawrenceville, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta, and he received both his medical degree and did his anesthesiology residency training at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. He then continued his learning at both Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the Carolinas Pain Institute, working with some of the best technology in the field. Not only is his background extensive, but he has hands-on experience getting people the help they need with their pain issues.
Robert P. Wills, MD was educated in Texas, having graduated with highest honors from College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, and then attending The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas for his medical degree. As a result, he’s passionate about Austin. He’s on the Board of Directors for the Austin Foundation for the Homeless, and sits on the medical advisory board for Alafair Biosciences in Austin, which is a startup that’s done some exciting work in post-surgical critical wound healing.
South Austin Pain Clinic Location Details
We believe that waiting for your appointment should be as comfortable as possible, which is why we’ve stocked our North Austin lounge with lots of options for you to enjoy. Free coffee is available whenever you like, and there are a wide variety of magazines to choose from to read. Alternatively, kick back and watch TV. There’s a little bit of something for everyone.