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Pain Management Specialist

Founder and Managing Director of. Kansas Pain Management and Kansas Anesthesiology Professionals P.A.

Chief of Pain Management at Menorah Medical Center

Dr.Ray is the current Treasurer for the Kansas Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and will be speaking at their 1st annual meeting on September 18th in Kansas City.

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About Dr. Ray

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Dr. Ray is a board certified Pain Management specialist who has ten years of experience not only as an Anesthesiologist and Pain Physician but also as an educator. After completion of her ACGME accredited Pain Fellowship from the prestigious Cook County hospital in Chicago, she joined the Leavenworth Veterans Administration Medical Center. During her tenure at the VA hospital, she served in various supervisory roles including Associate Chief of Anesthesiology and Interim Service Line Manager for Surgical Care. She set up the first Pain Clinic at the Eastern Kansas Health Care System and performed complicated spine procedures including radio-frequency ablations, cervical spine interventions and sympathetic nerve blocks. As a site Director for both residents and Interventional Spine Fellows, she published multiple case reports and mentored multiple young physicians on Pain Management. She has extensive research experience and publications.


Her current medical practice focuses on acute pain, interventional pain management for headaches, radio-frequency ablation, thoraco-lumbar fascia injections, ultra-sound guided procedures and Platelet rich plasma joint injections.

Areas of Expertise

Acute and Chronic Pain

Nueropathic Pain

Complex Spine Issues


How We Grew Our Pain Practice Amidst Pandemic, Opioid Crisis

Treatment of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy-A Narrative Review of Pharmacological and Interventional Approaches

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