Andre Hobbs, MD is fellowship-trained in Interventional Pain Medicine and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pain syndromes related to a variety of injuries and medical conditions. He is dual board certified in the fields of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Pain Medicine.
Dr. Hobbs uses many diagnostic tools to pinpoint and treat pain using advanced procedural techniques. He takes a multidisciplinary approach to evaluating his patients and works collaboratively with medical community to ensure that patients get the best possible outcomes. He employs the use of numerous interventional pain procedures for pain management and diagnoses such as epidural and facet injections, peripheral nerve blocks, discography, kyphoplasty, adhesiolysis, radiofrequency ablations (rhizotomy), and spinal cord stimulation.
Dr. Hobbs graduated with honors from the University of Illinois, received his doctorate from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, and completed his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Hobbs then completed fellowship training in Interventional Pain Medicine at Emory University in the Georgia Pain Physicians Program.
For Dr. Hobbs, restoration of physical function, compassionate care, and patient education are important ingredients to his practice philosophy. He has a personable approach for managing each patient using the most advanced treatment options available. His personal interest includes sports, travel, and youth enrichment.
Fluoroscopically Guided Spine and Extremity Injections
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Facet Injections
Epidural Steroid Injections
Peripheral Nerve Diagnostic and Therapeutic Injections
PRP Regenerative Therapies
Treatments for Muscle/Tendon/Ligamentous Injuries
Radio Frequency Ablation – Rhizotomy
Spinal Cord Stimulation
University of Illinois at Chicago
Temple University, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Emory University, Interventional Pain Management
Muscle Spasms and Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Post-laminectomy pain syndromes
SI Joint Dysfunction
Peripheral Nerve Injuries
Acute Painful Traumatic Injury
Sports Related Injury
East Coast & Central Florida