ACELLERATED INTERVENTIONAL ORTHOPEDICS
Brian K. Rich, MD
Interventional Pain Management. Board Certified, Fellowship Trained
At aCELLerated Interventional Orthopedics, pain management specialist, Brian Rich, MD, provides comprehensive spine and pain management services to adults at two conveniently located offices in Southlake, Texas, and Lawton, Oklahoma. Dr. Rich brings more than 14 years of experience as an endurance athlete and competitive cyclist to the practice. This interest and passion carry over to his efforts in interventional pain and orthopedics.
Upon earning his medical degree, Dr. Rich completed a family practice residency with a focus on sports medicine. During his time as a resident, Dr. Rich treated various levels of athletes, including hockey players and other athletes at two Division I colleges in Louisiana.
Afterward, Dr. Rich completed a sports medicine residency at the University of Oklahoma Tulsa, where he still serves as a clinical assistant instructor today.
It was during his fellowship that Dr. Rich decided to focus on interventional pain management. He uses his previous sports medicine experience to help people find relief. Dr. Rich’s primary goal is to help each individual achieve the highest level of function possible, just as he did when treating athletes.
He’s an active member of all major interventional pain societies, as well as neuromodulation societies. In addition, Dr. Rich is skilled in fluoroscopic-guided procedures and musculoskeletal ultrasound-guided procedures.
Adults can receive comprehensive care for various musculoskeletal issues, including hip pain, knee pain, back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain. Dr. Rich also offers minimally invasive treatments, including sacroiliac joint fusion, interspinous fusion, vertebroplasty, radiofrequency ablation, and peripheral nerve stimulation.
Outside of meeting with patients, Dr. Rich regularly attends national conferences and journal club conferences with his peers. He welcomes anyone seeking comprehensive pain relief to aCELLerated Interventional Orthopedics today.