This will also create a good deal of convenience for you as a patient since we can offer these services under one roof.
We are humbled by the trust you have placed in us during your time of need. We strive to get you back to do the things and people you love – just as we would our own Mom or Dad.
Downtown Phoenix Providers
Janet Orozco is a Physician Assistant with 13+ years of surgical specialty in spine medicine and pain management.
She also has experience with spearheading new companies, developing clinical pathway protocols, and on boarding new surgeons and clinical providers.
Ball State University, IN
Lindsay Carter is a Family Nurse Practitioner with several years of experience. Lindsay got her associates in nursing degree in 1995 at New Mexico State University. She then went on to get her bachelors and masters in Nursing at Grand Canyon University.
Lindsay is a member of The American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Ryan Gilbreth (PA-C) attended Washington State University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology. After WSU, he attended Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon and completed his Masters of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Ryan brings his experience as a Physician Assistant in Urgent Care to Arizona Pain Specialists.
In his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors playing golf, hiking, camping. He enjoys spending time back where he grew up in the Northwest relaxing by the lake and fishing in the early mornings. Loves to spend time traveling with his wife. He hopes to utilize his training and participate in medical missions both domestically and abroad.
Victoria Gleichman (PA) is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. She received a bachelor of science degree in psychology at the University of Kentucky. After graduating, Victoria attended the Physician Assistant program at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Victoria has a background in traumatic brain injury research, something she is very passionate about. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and hiking the mountain ranges around Phoenix.
Skilled professional with more than 15 years experience in the medical profession in various positions. Significant experience in a variety of settings including: case management, long term care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, oncology, psychiatric services, surgical, pre- and post-operative care, and cardiology.
Bridget is a Family Nurse Practitioner with 18+ years in Nursing.
She has worked in various medical settings which include an Army medic on Black Hawk helicopters, Head and neck cancer, Neonatal intensive care unit, dialysis and Acute and chronic pain management
Working Together to Fight Your Pain
Our medical team works together to bring the patient the highest level of care possible. When you visit you will be greeted by a medical assistant, who will gather critical medical information such as your pulse, temperature, medication information, and any medical concerns you have. The medical assistant will pass this information to your physician assistant or nurse practitioner who will then evaluate you.
The nurse practitioner or physician assistant will consult with you on your specific pain condition, perform a physical examination, gather additional medical information, educate you on your diagnosis and treatment options, and answer any questions you have.
After the consultation, they will inform your physician and relay the necessary information for the physician to evaluate your personal medical case. Your physician will review, oversee, and approve your individualized treatment plan to be carried out during future office visits.
If you are a candidate for a procedure, the physician will perform that procedure in the surgery center on your appointed date. Depending upon the clinic location, you could be treated by an MD or a DO.
Rest assured, every physician at Arizona Pain adheres to the highest of standards; each is fellowship trained and double board-certified.
A successful medical team often works as though in a relay race, passing crucial information on to the next team member. By utilizing the medical expertise of multiple individuals, you can receive the highest level of care possible.