What Are the Symptoms of Chronic Pain
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Bruce McLucas, M.D. is a Los Angeles-based obstetrician-gynecologist and serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. One of the few gynecologists in the world who also is qualified to perform uterine artery embolization, Dr. McLucas has published extensively in that field and trains doctors throughout the world. Currently he is developing a simulator to help other physicians learn skills necessary for embolization. Doctor McLucas has had a career-long interest in minimally invasive therapy, serving as President and Charter Member of the Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy. Dr. McLucas founded the Los Angeles-based Fibroid Treatment Collective 12 years ago and his team performed the first embolization in the United States at UCLA in 1994.
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Cole Pain Therapy Group in 2008. He is a third generation
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Dr. Brad Cole specializes in sports injury rehabilitation, exercise prescription, and anti-inflammatory nutrition. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has a Master's degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. With this advanced training, Dr. Cole integrates the scientific principles of athletic functional performance to improve the life of any musculoskeletal pain sufferer.
Dr. Cole is an alumnus of Evangelical Christian School and graduated with honors from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration. While in chiropractic school at Logan University, he began pursuing a Master's degree in the area of sports rehabilitation.
After graduating cum laude and completing multiple internships, Dr. Cole joined Cole Pain Therapy Group in 2008. He is a third generation chiropractor, following Dr. James R. Cole and Dr. Richard Cole.