Steven L. Remer, M.D., is a graduate of the University of Michigan and completed his medical training at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. He completed his Residency in Anesthesiology at Ohio State University and was awarded a Fellowship in Pain Management at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in the Eugene McDermott Center for Pain Management. Dr. Remer is a Board certified Anesthesiologist with a subspecialty certification in Pain Management. He is married to a pediatrician and has two adult children.
Dr. Remer’s philosophy for American Pain and Wellness strives to identify the source or pathway involved in an individual’s pain, reduce pain through a multifaceted and balanced approach, and to return the person to healthier and more productive lifestyle. Dr. Remer treats his patients with pain symptoms using a variety of innovative and individualized treatments which emphasize both self care as well as state of the art procedures. The fundamental belief is that best results occur when the patient and health care deliverer partners together with the patient to achieve collective goals. Equally important, the individual must be actively involved in his or her own care.
Chronic pain conditions such as back pain, neck pain, arthritic pain, nerve pain and headache are pervasive throughout our society. While many treatment options exist today, no single approach is suitable for every patient. At American Pain & Wellness, Dr. Remer’s multifaceted approach includes three fundamental facets used to design a unique treatment plan for each patient. These facets are innovation, partnership and balance and are believed that this unique design will lead to a healthier and happier life.
Don Enty, M.D., was born in Cleveland, Ohio and traveled abroad with his family in the United States Air Force. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1977 with a B.S. in biochemistry. After graduating from medical school at Texas Tech School of Medicine in 1981, he served as a Captain in the United States Air Force. After completing his tour at Carswell Air Force Base, he finished his training in anesthesia and pain management at Texas Tech School of Medicine under Dr. Gabor Racz. Dr. Enty is board certified in anesthesiology and a Diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine. He has been practicing pain medicine since 1989.
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Brent B. Belvin, M.D., A native Texan, Dr. Belvin was born and raised in the Dallas area and has been practicing pain management for over 15 years.
“First and foremost, listening to my patients is far and away my best diagnostic tool. MRIs, EMGs, xrays, etc are very important, but nothing will ever take the place of an expert history and exam. I also believe conservative measures must be attempted before invasive procedures are considered (except in emergencies, of course.) Patients of mine should feel comfortable asking me anything they want. I am a straight-shooter and will give you the best advice I can, with truthful, realistic expectations provided. I treat my patients like I treat my family.” – Dr Brent B Belvin
Kimberley Windisch, MSN, APRN-C , has been practicing as a nurse practitioner since 1999, and received her graduate training at University of Southern California. She has 13 years of experience in Rheumatology, managing patients with chronic pain and complex medical conditions. She is also trained in clinical hypnotherapy. She utilizes a biopsychosocial approach to complement the pain management plan by helping patients explore and manage underlying conditions that may be contributing to the pain experience. She recently moved to the DFW area from Reno, NV, where she also managed her husband’s pediatric practice for 14 years. When not working, she serves as chauffeur for her three active children.,