Dr. Tran brings to the group extensive experience in the treatment of spine and pain related disorders.
He specializes in the non-surgical and minimally invasive field of, Interventional Pain Management. His training is from the prestigious Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, CA, where he did his fellowship and was a Clinical Instructor. He went on to become an instructor for one of the top spine group, SIS, Spine Intervention Society.
He believes in treating the whole patient with the final goal of reducing a person’s pain while increasing their level of functioning for work, leisure and activities of daily living.
Dr.Tran graduated medical school through a 6 year accelerated undergraduate and graduate program at Thomas Jefferson Medical College, in Philadelphia, PA, and obtained his M.D. degree at the age of 24. He then completed his residency at UCLA Medical School, followed by a fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center. He is board certified, a diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
He is an active member of NASS, North American Spine Society, SIS, Spine Intervention Society, ASIPP, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and American Board of Physical Medicine Rehabilitation.
In his spare time, he enjoys an active lifestyle with his fiancee, playing tennis, biking, skiing, running, weight training and traveling.