2.7 based on 45 reviewsView this provider's reviews
Patient satisfaction ratings and reviews are based on personal opinions. Before you choose any doctor you should take into account their background, training, specialized experience AND their patient satisfaction to ensure they are the right fit for you.
Dr. Shawn Sills, MD is an interventional pain medicine specialist in Medford, OR and has been practicing for 14 years. He graduated from Loma Linda University School Of Medicine in 1999 and specializes in interventional pain medicine and pain medicine.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Sills " Touchstone founder, Dr. Shawn M. Sills, is an anesthesiologist and interventional pain physician dedicated to serving his patients and the community. He is passionate about providing his patients with new and innovative options for pain management and understands the burden of chronic pain on his patients as well as their families. Since moving to Southern Oregon in 2004, Dr. Sills has pioneered interventional pain management and continues to improve his techniques as well as introduce new modalities, and emerging technologies, to chronic pain patients. Education Bachelor's Degree: Graduated June of 1993 Chemistry/Biochemistry at University of California San Diego – Summa Cum Laude Honors Medical Degree: Graduated June of 1999 at Loma Linda University School of Medicine Alpha Mega Alpha Honor Society Surgical Internship: Completed June of 2000 at Oregon Health Science University Anesthesiology Residency: Completed June of 2003 at Loma Linda University Medical Center Pain Management Fellowship: Completed June of 2004 at Loma Linda University Medical Center Board Certifications • American Board of Anesthesiology with subspecialty certification in pain management • American Board of Pain Medicine • Fellow of Interventional Pain Practitioners (World Institute of Pain) • American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians • American Board of Addiction Medicine"
This content was provided by Dr. Sills "Our goal is to provide our patients with comprehensive pain management and compassionate care. We understand the burden that chronic pain places on these patients and have made it our mission to help our patients reclaim their life."
Nature of Complaint: 67 year-old-male patient is alleging failure to ensure intrathecal pain pump was working properly and for increasing dosage and adding Bupivicaine which caused him to start falling. As a result, the patient twisted his left ankle, tore a tendon requiring surgery and broke a toe. Subsequently a neurosurgeon allegedly found the catheter was not connected to the spine but rather just the soft tissue of the back and the patient underwent corrective surgery