Dr. Robert H. Odell Jr. MD., Ph.D.
Dr. Robert H. Odell Jr. MD., Ph.D. is owner and Medical Director of Neuropathy and Pain Centers of America in Las Vegas specializing in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. He was an engineering and liberal arts major at the University of Pennsylvania where he graduated with high honors. As a fellow of the Medical Scientist Training Program, he received both his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and his MD degree from Stanford University. He completed his residency in anesthesiology at UCLA and served as chief resident at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology, the American Board of Pain Medicine, and a Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice of the World Institute of Pain.
As a practicing pain management physician, Dr. Odell has extensive experience with a wide range of non-interventional and interventional acute and chronic pain management techniques. Over the years, Dr. Odell has been working with some advanced electromedical devices which produce favorable effects for treating neuropathy and other more difficult to treat pain management challenges. Thousands of patient visit Neuropathy and Pain Centers of America every year seeking relief from their chronic pain. “We successfully treat a broad spectrum of debilitating conditions. Our goal is to identify the source of your pain, treat it and restore your hope to live a better quality of life.”
- Top 100 Doctors/Dentists in Las Vegas – 2018
- Top 100 Business in Las Vegas – 2018
In his spare time, Dr. Odell enjoys running his backyard garden railway and playing with his 3 Yellow Labs.
Barbara Ruscingno has been professionally involved in the healthcare delivery system since 1970. She is a graduate of Seton Hall University with a BSN in nursing. She received her MSN at UNLV and graduated in 2008. She was inducted into the Nursing Honor Society Sigma Theta Tau in 2008. She was awarded the prestigious honor of Nurse Practitioner of the Year in 2017 by AANP for the state of Nevada.
Her medical service to the public has centered around education of her patients to know what the human body can do for each individual patient. It is never too late to improve your health and overall wellbeing. The key to understanding your health is to be a willing participant in disease process and management, as well as keeping your immune system strong