Pain Management, Anesthesiologist in Portland, Oregon (OR)
Mark A. Kallgren (503)542-4888x198 MD
- Northwest Ambulatory Surgery Center, LLC1515 NW 18th Avenue , Suite #200Portland, Oregon, 97209 - United StatesPhone: (503) 542-4888Fax: (503) 542-2813
- OAG Interventional Pain Consultants1849 NW Kearney, #201Portland, Oregon, 97209 - United StatesPhone: 503-517-3785Fax: 503-225-0397
- The Portland Clinic, LLP800 SW 13th AvenuePortland, Oregon, 97205 - United StatesPhone: 503-221-2196Fax: 503-225-0397
- Alberty Surgery Center9100 SW Oleson RoadPortland, Oregon, 97223 - United StatesPhone: 503-445-9066
About Our Practice
First practice in Portland offering Nevro, High Frequency stimulation (SCS) for chronic pain!!
Portland Monthly Best Doctor 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, and 2013!! Spinal cord stimulation: 24 years experience with excellent results!! . Established success treating shingles, post-herpetic neuralgia, migraine headaches, failed laminectomy syndrome, and spinal pain at all levels. All aspects of spinal pain care: transforaminal and trans-laminar epidural injections, facet injections, radiofrequency procedures,SI joint injections,trigger point injections,, and implantable therapies including high frequency and conventional spinal cord stimulation.
Dr. Kallgren is a nationally recognized expert in Pain Medicine. Dr. Kallgren has published numerous articles and chapters on Pain Medicine. He is currently the Medical Director for Pain Medicine for the Oregon Anesthesiology Group, which has over 245 board-certified physicians. He enjoys collaborating with his patients, and welcomes referrals from family practice doctors, neurosurgeons,orthopedists, internists, chiropractors, physical therapists, doctors of accupunture, and other specialists.
Spinal cord stimulation: Dr. Kallgren has over 24 years experience implanting spinal cord stimulation systems.
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is very effective for treatment of intractable pain due to degenerative spine conditions, post-laminectomy sydrome, complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS I or II), and many other devastating pain conditions.
Epidural injections: cervical, thoracic and lumbar (translaminar, transforaminal and catheter guided).
Facet injections: cervical, thoracic and lumbar.
Radiofrequency Ablation: cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and Sacroiliac, hip, knee, and shoulder intra-articular injecions (diagnostic and therapeutic)
- All major plans accepted.
- Pain Management
- Board Certified
- Fellowship Trained
- North American Spine Society
- Northwest Ambulatory Surgery Center
- The Portland Clinic, LLP
- Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital
- Providence St. Vincent's
- American Pain Society
- American Society of Anesthesiologists
- American Academy of Pain Management