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Dr. Richard Rosenthal, MD is a pain medicine specialist in Provo, UT and has been practicing for 33 years. He specializes in pain medicine and anesthesiology.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Rosenthal "Dr. Richard M. Rosenthal is a Board Certified Pain Management Doctor serving the Provo area for more than 25 years. Dr. Rosenthal is experienced in Implantable devices, Physical and Occupational Therapy and Therapeutic Injections. He is a professional member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, the World Institute of Pain and the American Medical Association. Dr. Richard Rosenthal was also awarded US News Top Doctor, Master Instructor and Injectionist-ISIS and the Excellence in Pain Practice Award from WIP. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Academy of Pain Medicine World Institute of Pain American Medical Association International Neuromodulation Society International Spinal Injection Society AWARDS & ACCOLADES US News Top Doctor, 2011 Master Instructor and Injectionist-ISIS, 2012 Excellence in Pain Practice Award from WIP, 2011 Patients Choice Award, 2009-present BOARD CERTIFICATIONS American Board of Anesthesiology American Board of Pain Medicine American Academy of Pain Management American Society of Addiction Medicine FORMS OF PAYMENT Accepts Cash, Personal Check, and most major Credit Cards. INSURANCES ACCEPTED Nexus Pain Specialists accept most insurances. OFFICE HOURS Monday to Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM "
This content was provided by Dr. Rosenthal "Richard Rosenthal MD is board certified in Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine, Addiction Medicine and Interventional Pain Medicine. He graduated medical school in 1985 and anesthesia residency in 1993. He is the medical director of the Utah Center for Pain Management and Research (dba Nexus Pain Care). He is also the editor of the interventional pain section of the widely read journal Practical Pain Management. He is the director of a one year fellowship in interventional pain medicine which has graduated 10 fellows. He has taught physicians in both the United States and Europe how to correctly perform various spinal procedures . He has authored several scientific articles and book chapters on topics in the specialty of pain medicine. He is also involved in clinical research and has served as an expect witness in malpractice cases. His clinic was recently awarded the excellence in multi-disciplinary pain care award by the World Institute of Pain (one of only 4 clinics in the United States"