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Our experienced medical professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible.
With years of experience, our medical team will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective ways to take care of your body, so that you can heal quickly.
Not only will our doctors treat your existing conditions, we also work to prevent pain and illness from occurring. We strive to help you improve your quality of life, achieve your wellness goals, and heal your body to live your best life possible.
Dr. Lan K. Nguyen is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (ABPMR). She received her Bachelor of Science Degree at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. Nguyen received her medical degree from The University of Tennessee, College of Medicine in Memphis, Tennessee. She completed her residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Hospital/St. Louis Children's Hospital Consortium in St. Louis, Missouri. During her residency, she received the Best Resident Seminar Award 2003-2004 and the Best Teaching Resident Award 2005-2006. She also served as Assistant Chief Resident, 2004-2005. She further completed an Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Spine and Sports Center in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Nguyen has 12 years of clinical experience. She treats patients with spine and musculoskeletal pain including neck pain, back pain, joint pain, muscle pain, and nerve pain. She specializes in interventional spine injection, joint injection, sports medicine, pain management, electrodiagnostic studies, and regenerative medicine.
Dr. Nguyen's pain treatment program is a multidisciplinary approach including physical therapy, medication, and interventional procedures. Her treatment focus is rehabilitation, reduction of pain and suffering, restoration of function, and a return to a high quality of life so you enjoy doing activities that you used to.
Dr. Nguyen is an active member of American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Spine Interventional Society, American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Texas Medical Association, and Vietnamese American Medical Association.
E. Schuetz, D. Umbenhauer, K. Yasuda, C. Brimer, L. Nguyen, M. Relling, J. Schuetz, and A. Schinkel., “Altered Expression of Hepatic Cytochromes P-450 in Mice Deficient in One or More mdr1 Genes,” Molecular Pharmacology, 57:188-197 (2000).
L. Nguyen, “Gold Rings and Jeans,” Voices of Vietnamese Boat People: Nineteen Narratives of Escape and Survival. M. Cargill, Ed. McFarland & Company, 2000, pp. 35-46.
G. Lin, L. Nguyen, and M. Al-Lozi, “Ulnar Neuropathy Associated with Spasmodic Torticollis: A Case Report,” Poster presentation at the Association of Academic Physiatrists’ 2007 Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 11-14, 2007.
L. Nguyen, “Neurogenic Bladder in Stroke Patients,” Presentation at Neuroscience 2007: Stroke & Traumatic Brain Injury, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport, Gulfport, Mississippi, February 22, 2007.
L. Nguyen, L. Morris, H. Hollingsworth, D. Edwards, and A. Dromerick, “Assessing Type and Distribution of Radiographic Stroke Lesions in Patients Referred to Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation,” Poster presentation at the Association of Academic Physiatrists’ 2006 Annual Meeting, Daytona Beach, Florida, March 1-4, 2006.
L. Nguyen, “Effect of cytochrome P450 and PGP on drug transport into cells of mice,” presented at American Chemical Society, West Tennessee Chapter Meeting, April 1998.