Las Vegas Spine and Pain Center is dedicated to improving the lives of pain patients. Our advanced pain management doctors utilize a comprehensive treatment model that provides each pain patient with a unique treatment plan that is tailored to them and may include several treatment components.

This comprehensive model benefits patients in that pain is a complex condition to treat and therefore, the scope of care must be comprehensive to be effective. Our interventional spine and pain doctors have seen this comprehensive model work for countless pain patients, and are excited to bring the most advanced in pain management care to the Las Vegas community.

Our physicians are excited to bring the most advanced pain management care to the Las Vegas community.

Accepted Insurance Carriers

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • Aetna Value Network HMO
  • Amerigroup
  • Assurant/Fortis
  • Beech Street
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Anthem
  • Caremore
  • Cigna
  • Cigna PPIP- City of Las Vegas
  • Compmed
  • Corvel
  • Coventry Health
  • Culinary
  • EBMS
  • Electrical Workers Health and Welfare Trust Fund
  • First Health/Coventry Network
  • Galaxy Health Network
  • Government Employee Health Association (GEHA)
  • Great West/Cigna
  • Health Care Partners
  • HCP Humana Gold PPO
  • Health Management Associates/IMX
  • Health Smart
  • One Health
  • Operating Engineer Trust Fund
  • Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
  • Secure Horizon- Medicare
  • Humana Commercial HMO
  • Interplan Health Group Network (IHG)
  • Jensen Administrative Services, Inc. (JAS)
  • Loomis Company/Sierra Health Options
  • Mail Handlers Benefit Plan (MHBP)
  • Medicaid- Nevada Check up
  • Medicaid- Arizona
  • Medicaid- Nevada
  • Medicare
  • Multiplan
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • Nevada Health Co-Op/Simple Plan
  • Nevada Health Co-Op/Southern or Union Star Plan
  • Nevada Preferred Network
  • St. Mary's Health Plans PPO
  • St.Mary's Health First Plans HMO
  • Teamsters 631-Local (JAS) 
  • Teachers Health Trust
  • Tricare (Standard and Tricare for Life only)
  • Tririga
  • Triwest
  • United Health Care (Commercial)
  • United Medicare Solutions
  • Universal Health Network/ Nevada Preferred Professionals
  • Venetian and MGM/Sierra Health Options
  • Victims of Crime Program
  • Well Health
  • Workmans Compensation
  • Liens

Frequently Asked Questions

Office Visit

Which phone number should I call to make an appointment?

We have multiple locations throughout Southern Nevada. Contact information for each office is listed below.

Fire Mesa Location
2410 Fire Mesa Ste 140
Las Vegas, NV 89128
Ph (702) 676-2000
Fax (702) 676-2042

Burnham Location
4275 Burnham Ave Ste 230
Las Vegas, NV
Ph (702) 676-2000
Fax (702) 676-2042

What are the office hours and are they the same for each location?

Fire Mesa (Summerlin) 8:30am-5:30pm
Burnham 9:00am- 5:00pm (clinic hours vary- please call office)

What is the cancellation policy if I’m late or miss an appointment?

To provide the best care for our patients, we ask that you please provide 24 hour notice upon cancellation. If you will be late for an appointment, please call the office. Schedule permitting, you may be asked to wait or reschedule to a later appointment. Please note that late cancellations and/or no shows are subject to a fee.

Can I have my co-payment billed to me?

Copayment is due at the time of service.

What should I bring to my first appointment?

Please bring your insurance card, photo ID, copayment, medical records, and any radiology imaging you have had done (such as x-rays, CT, MRI). If possible, please print and fill out our new patient packet which is available on our website.

Can I get the new patient paperwork online?

Yes, we have all our patient paperwork on our website here.

Will I need to fill out paperwork at every appointment?

You will need to fill out a new patient packet for your first appointment only. However, you may be asked to update information at subsequent appointments or complete progress questionnaires.

Will I see my physician at every appointment?

At Las Vegas Spine & Pain Center, we implement a team approach to patient care. During your initial consult, you will see one of our physicians. However, at subsequent appointments you may be seen by a physician, physician assistant, or a nurse practitioner based on your plan of care which is evaluated after every visit.

Do I need to see my doctor to have my prescription refilled?

Some medications legally require being seen for a refill. Your physician will discuss this with you when they initially prescribe the medication. If your medication allows for refills without an appointment, you must call to request a refill 3-5 business days in advance to have your request processed.

Can I be seen at any of the three locations?

Patients are encouraged to continue care at the same location during their care, but if it is more convenient for the patient to move to a different location, accommodations can be made.

Is my insurance accepted?

Although insurance verifications are routinely done, it is ultimately the patient's responsibility to check with their insurance to verify coverage. You may also view the list of accepted insurance carriers above.


What do I need to do to prepare for a procedure or injection?

Instructions are given to the patient upon scheduling the procedure in the office or over the phone.

Do I need to stop taking my usual medications?

Regular medications may be taken on a normal schedule prior to a procedure. If you are on any blood thinners, the physician will give you the appropriate instructions on when or if to stop.

How much time do I need to recover?

Every patient and procedure is different. For many, you may continue your normal routine the day after the procedure.

How many office visits will I need after my procedure?

Every patient will have at least one follow up after the procedure. It will then be decided on a patient by patient basis.

Do I need someone to drive me or can I drive myself home?

You must bring a driver to your procedure appointment.