Meet your Providers:

Kenneth C. Reed, MD

Dr. Reed is originally from Oklahoma City but has traveled extensively during his youth when his father was in the Air Force. He eventually settled in Colorado Springs. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelors in Zoology and Biomedical Sciences in 2003. He returned to Colorado for medical school and during his time there he was involved with his church, volunteering in the children’s ministry.  After graduating from medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, he entered into an Anesthesiology residency at the University of Kansas in Wichita. After completing his residency training in 2011, he entered into a fellowship program in pain management at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center. His training consisted of many therapeutic modalities to treat spinal pain and chronic nerve pain, including Radiofrequency Ablation and Spinal Cord (Dorsal Column) Stimulator. He has been in practice in Tulsa since 2012. He believes in developing good relationships with his patients and strives for excellent patient care. His interests include spinal injections for neck and low back pain, joint injections for osteoarthritis, and treatment of complex regional pain syndrome. Personally, he enjoys running/exercise, travel, and volunteering as a prayer partner at his church. He loves spending time with his wife and their four kids: older son, middle daughter, and twin boys.

Lam D. Nguyen, DO

Dr. Lam Nguyen is a Texas transplant originally from San Antonio, Texas by way of Saigon Vietnam. After arriving here in Tulsa in 2009, Dr. Nguyen began to establish himself as a prominent physician in the field of interventional pain management. He is one of the few double boarded, fellowship trained, interventional pain management physicians in Tulsa. Dr. Nguyen has strived to build strong relationships with his patients and is a strong believer in evidenced based medicine with conservative use of narcotic therapy.
Dr. Nguyen received his medical degree from Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2003. His training as an Osteopathic physician helped him build his foundation in his knowledge of the musculoskeletal system. Following his graduation, he began his residency at the University Of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in Physical Medicine and rehabilitation. Here, Dr. Nguyen was able to further help, diagnose and treat patients with musculoskeletal pain. It is here that Dr. Nguyen developed his interest in interventional pain management. He became frustrated when he would have to send his patients to another physician instead of being able to treat the patient himself, when conservative treatments failed. He then completed an accredited and nationally recognized fellowship in interventional pain management in the anesthesiology department at the University Of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Although Dr. Nguyen has a strong background in musculoskeletal pain, he also has a strong interest in discogenic (degenerative disk disease), radicular (pinched nerve), sciatic (sciatica) as well as nerve (neuropathic) pain. Dr. Nguyen is highly trained and highly skilled in treating many types and sources of pain and looks forward to helping you deal with your pain.

Samantha J. Campbell, DNP, FNP

Samantha is a Family Nurse Practitioner who treats patients with a wide variety of painful conditions.  She is graduate of Oklahoma City University, where she received her Doctoral degree in Nursing Practice with emphasis on Family Practice.  She completed her undergraduate education at Rogers State University in Claremore , Oklahoma.  She is certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and is an active member of the Association of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners as well as Sigma Theta Tau International.

Nathan B. White, PA-C

Tulsa Native, Jenks Lifer

Undergraduate Studies University of Oklahoma Norman, BS degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in 2011

Graduate training at University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, MHS degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2014

NCCPA certified for 5 years. Member of OAPA

3 years spent in urgent care setting, 2 years in sub-specialty

I enjoy going to concerts, traveling, building computers, video games, and buying records

Sherry Zhang, LCSW

Sherry served in the United States Marine Corps and upon completion of active duty she earned her undergraduate in Sociology from University of California, San Marcos followed by her Masters in Social Work from University of Southern California. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Texas and Oklahoma.

She started in the mental health field by providing services to the veteran community. She continued her work with children and adolescents experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault. She then worked in a Federal Qualified Healthcare Facility (FQHC) alongside physicians in primary care, pediatrics, OBGYN, and gender care by providing consultation and crisis intervention while practicing traditional evidence based therapy working with people of all ages from all walks of life in private practice.

Professional Trainings:

·     Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

·     Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

·     Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

·     Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

·     Perinatal Mental Health-Postpartum Support International

Mark D. Hall, PA-C

A native Tulsan, Mark started his career as a radiologic technologist where he worked over 10 years in cardiovascular labs before becoming a Physician Assistant.  Since becoming a Physician Assistant, he has specialized in pain management, but has also worked in neurosurgery.  He and his wife enjoy family time and sporting events with their daughters.