We are the oldest comprehensive pain management clinic in New Mexico. Our pain doctors have years of experience providing advanced treatment for patients with acute, chronic, cancer pain, and spasticity.

Our pain specialists are dedicated to providing the highest degree of care. We operate under the philosophy that each patient has a unique experience of pain that requires individualized treatment. Our goal is to improve your pain as well as your function and quality of life.

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Physicians and Advanced Practitioners

We have three Board Certified Pain Medicine Physicians and five Advanced Practitioners committed to the reduction of chronic and acute pain. New Mexico Pain and Spine Institute is recognized as the leading interventional (injections) pain management center in the state of New Mexico. Our interventional physicians have trained at the most prestigious programs in the country, and bring a broad variety of skills and experience. Our interventional therapies are the standard of care, and offer an alternative to surgery. Furthermore, our specialized training in spinal cord stimulation allows us to treat patients who have failed to respond to surgical or other forms of treatment. Pain management with board certified physicians


Our highly skilled physicians ease the patient's pain utilizing a multitude of Pain Medicine procedures. Individualized plans are developed for each patient and range from simple minimally invasive procedures to the latest in interventional surgical solutions. Pain management with board certified physicians

Contact Us

New Mexico Pain and Spine Institute is accepting new patients.

Phone: (505) 260-4369
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F
Accepted Insurances
Albuquerque Clinics

Disclaimer: The information provided in the New Mexico Pain and Spine Institute web-site is to help you learn more about pain medicine and solutions to help you manage your chronic neck and back related pain. This information should not take the place of professional medical advice and you should always consult your doctor or other health care professional if you have questions or concerns.