UTHealth and Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Associates Welcome Interventional Pain Management Specialist Joseph Amos, M.D.
Katy, TX (October 11, 2016) Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Associates (MNA) and McGovern Medical School at UTHealth are pleased to announce the addition of Joseph Amos, M.D., a clinical assistant professor at the Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery and Interventional Pain Management Specialist at Mischer Neuroscience Associates in Katy and Memorial City.
Dr. Amos focuses on comprehensive pain management, and has a special interest in treating complex regional pain syndrome, musculoskeletal/myofascial pain syndromes, neck and low back pain, post-laminectomy pain syndrome, radiculopathies and sports-related injuries.
“We are very excited to welcome Dr. Amos to our team at Mischer Neuroscience Associates,” said Dong Kim, M.D., Director of the Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Institute at the Texas Medical Center and chair of Neurosurgery at UTHealth. “His expertise in pain management and commitment to improving patients’ function and quality of life will be of great service to the community in West Houston.”
Dr. Amos is board certified in both pain medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation by the American Board of Medical Specialties. He serves as an expert panelist in pain management for the Texas Medical Board, and has received numerous awards and recognitions during his academic training. He has contributed to research in the Journal of Biology and Chemistry, Journal of Virology, Cell, Journal of Genetics and Development and Developmental Genetics.
Prior to joining MNA, Dr. Amos was in private practice serving the Houston community. He received his medical degree at The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston after graduating magna cum laude from Texas A&M University in biochemistry. Dr. Amos completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Baylor College of Medicine/UTHealth Alliance for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, where he was named chief resident.
Courtesy of Memorial Hermann Hospital