Medical Staff

The Pain Treatment Center of the Bluegrass has curated an experienced, multi-specialty medical staff to treat our patients. Each member of our team has a unique place at the facility, contributing their expertise to our overall mission to provide pain treatment for patients in a variety of different capacities. From top-tier anesthesiologists and neurologists to experienced physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, we all work together to give our patients the best possible care and treatment.

List of physicians and medical staff

Feel free to locate our physicians and medical staff here, listed according to department:

NEUROLOGY / NEUROIMAGING

Peter D. Wright, MD

Medical Director/Director of Neuroimaging

ANESTHESIOLOGY

Ballard D. Wright, MD

Founder

Dennis Northrip, MD

ADDICTION MEDICINE

Traci Westerfield, MD

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Lauren Larson, MD

Rick A. Pellant, DO

INTERNAL MEDICINE

Anand Modadugu, MD

PALLIATIVE CARE

Christopher Lyon, MD

FAMILY PRACTICE

Laura Hummel, MD

BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE

Narda Shipp, APRN

Kellie Dryden, LCSW

Marie Simpson, LCSW

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Jason Goumas, PT, CSAS

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS

Lois Wright, MBA, PA-C

Celeste Christensen, PA-C

Shari Pierce, PA-C

Jing Ye, PA-C

NURSE PRACTITIONERS

Becky Moore, APRN

Teri Partin, APRN

Lynne Shockey, APRN

Jeff Eversole, APRN

Dijana Duvall, APRN

April Luttrell, APRN

Expert healthcare employees

From our nursing professionals to our physicians, we have an amazing staff of knowledgeable professionals at The Pain Treatment Center of the Bluegrass. Our multidisciplinary, multimodal approach to pain management has allowed us to treat pain in a way that works for patients throughout Kentucky. Because of our laser focus on treating acute and chronic pain, we are often able to succeed in treating patients where others fail, and we’re proud of the excellent team we have assembled at our facility.

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