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Dr. Timothy Deer joins PainTEQ Scientific Advisory Board

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March 40, 2021

Dr. Timothy Deer, MD, DABPM is president and CEO of The Spine & Nerve Centers in Charleston, West Virginia.

PainTEQ is the creator of LinQ (pronounced “link”), a minimally invasive therapy for sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction.

With extensive experience in interventional pain management and a clinical professor of anesthesiology at West Virginia University, Deer brings both clinical and institutional knowledge of pain management. Dr. Timothy Deer is president emeritus of the West Virginia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (WVSIPP) and past president of the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). Dr. Deer is also a former member of the board of directors of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP).

“PainTEQ’s LinQ system has changed the way we treat SI joint dysfunction. This posterior approach is the safest, and I’ve seen many suffering patients experience relief immediately,” said Dr. Timothy Deer. “I’m thrilled to work alongside a group of innovators to help make LinQ more accessible across the country and help launch a comprehensive medical education program to train physicians with LinQ.”

Dr. Deer is known for extensive research published in scientific journals and online resources with topics ranging from minimally invasive disc procedures to spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulation. Dr. Deer also works to educate government officials on safe use of pain therapies and expanding access to care.

“Dr. Deer’s expansive knowledge and understanding of unique conditions and approaches make him an ideal fit for the Scientific Advisory Board,” said PainTEQ CEO, Sean LaNeve. “We continue to realize our goal of bringing the best-of-the-best onto the PainTEQ team.”

SourcePainTEQ
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