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Matthew W. Doust, MD

Interventional Pain Physician

  • Double board-certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
  • Professionally trained in all areas and techniques of Pain Medicine
  • Actively involved in the American Society of Anesthesia, American Society of Regional Anesthesia, American Medical Association, and Olmsted County Medical Society
  • Played an active role in the research of Clinical Investigation of Spinal Cord Stimulation for Refractory Angina

Awards & Affiliations

North American Neuromodulation Society
Spine Intervention Society
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
American Society of Anesthesiologists

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Matthew W. Doust, MD

Dr. Matthew Doust trained in all areas and techniques of pain medicine including physical medicine and diagnosis, medication management, spinal injection techniques, sympathetic blockade, spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal drug delivery system, radiofrequency ablation, IDET, and cancer pain management.

He is double board-certified in anesthesia and pain medicine.

Patient Testimonials

Five stars for Dr Doust at “The Pain Center”. I’ve been seeing him for nearly 20 years for a work related back injury which speaks volumes for how I feel about the personal care he has given me. I have a degenerative condition that has avoided surgery with his guidance and care. I may have to have surgery going forward but I feel confident with it being performed by them. A very kind and caring Doctor!

I could not say enough about the great care I have been getting since my back surgery years ago. Dr Doust is one of the kindest and knowledgeable people I know, always chooses and recommends best and up to day treatment. I am over 80 and thanks to his care I am able to lead an active life and take care of my older husband. Most of all I am able to keep in touch with a joy of my life, my young family members, who see me as an able person.

Dr. Doust is the best! He cares about his patients and is always looking to make sure he helps and gets patient relief. I don’t like or want narcotics so he helps me with my pain and monitors me monthly. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.

Dr. Doust’s Story

Dr. Matthew Doust attended and completed the Medtronic Fellows course on implantable therapeutic pain modalities and played an active role in the research of Clinical Investigation of Spinal Cord Stimulation for Refractory Angina.

Throughout his residency at the Mayo Clinic, he participated in comprehensive anesthesia training in both regional and general anesthesia for all surgical disciplines as well.

Dr. Doust is actively involved in several professional organizations, which include: American Society of Anesthesia, the American Society of Regional Anesthesia, the American Medical Association, and the Olmsted County Medical Society. Dr. Doust has made numerous presentations related to pain and its treatment.

Dr. Doust’s main source of inspiration comes from the doctors he works with at The Pain Center, especially Dr. Siwek, where he first-hand sees how the diverse abilities of everyone on the team work together for the same great results for their patients

Developing connections with his patients and their families, as well as improving their ability to function and quality of life is what continually makes his work rewarding.

Having visited Mayo Clinic Fellows and working with Hope Research to offer patient’s new and emerging therapies continues to excite Dr. Doust to this day, offering Pain Center patients a unique experience they’ll find nowhere else.

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The Pain Center

The Pain Center is a comprehensive pain management practice that utilizes advanced therapies to effectively diagnose and treat chronic pain. Founded in 2002, we put a heavy emphasis on in-depth diagnostic evaluations, highly integrated physician teams, and multidisciplinary, therapeutic approaches to care.

The team at The Pain Center understands that chronic pain not only affects the sufferer, but all of those who depend on or care about a person with a chronic pain condition.

What to Expect

At The Pain Center, it’s our mission to develop strong patient-provider relationships before recommending therapies for pain. Once we’ve administered a thorough evaluation, we use a number of pain management techniques to tackle your pain head-on. Simply put, your needs are always made a top priority.

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