Kathryn Glynn, MD, MS
Board-certified in Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology
Fellowship-trained in Interventional Pain Management
Dr. Kathryn Glynn is a non-surgical physician at SpineNevada. She is board-certified in both pain medicine and anesthesiology, with fellowship-training in Interventional Pain Management. Dr. Glynn works alongside the other specialists in the SpineNevada practice to help patients with spine and musculoskeletal conditions find lasting symptom relief and return to more active lifestyles.
Dr. Glynn completed her undergraduate training at the University of Illinois in Urbana, IL, followed by a Master of Science degree at Loyola University of Chicago. She earned her medical degree at Creighton University College of Medicine and fulfilled an internship at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Phoenix. Dr. Glynn concluded her residency training in 2006 at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She went on to work as a staff anesthesiologist at a level one trauma center in Chicago prior to achieving fellowship-training in interventional pain medicine at Texas Tech University Health Science. This distinguished fellowship program in the field of pain medicine was established by two pioneers of interventional pain: Dr. Gabor Racz and Dr. Privthi Raj. Before joining SpineNevada, Dr. Glynn practiced pain medicine in Seattle, WA.
Dr. Glynn is experienced in performing in-office procedures including but not limited to trigger point injections, epidural steroid injections, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablations, joint injections, sacroiliac joint injections, sympathetic nervous system blocks, spinal cord stimulator trial and permanent placement, BOTOX injections and peripheral nerve blocks.
Dr. Glynn recognizes chronic pain may affect the sufferer in many ways and the most beneficial treatment plan may include a multi-disciplinary approach. This means providing treatment not just for the physical pain, but also treatment to help the patient return to mental and emotional well being. Dr. Glynn finds that listening carefully to the patient’s history of pain, along with review of medical history, imaging studies and physical exam are all integral in determining the underlying cause of symptoms. She is able to offer a wide range of pain management treatments to help each patient reach their individual goals.
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