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David Hou, MD

David  Hou, MD

David Hou, MD

Interventional Pain Management

Accepting New Patients

Phone: 253-697-4110    Fax: 253-697-4744

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Provider Details

Certification: American Board of Anesthesiology; Subspecialty certification in Pain Medicine

Languages: Chinese

Practice Philosophy: I strive to provide my patients with the best possible care and state-of-the-art treatments. I believe it is my job to ‘walk the extra mile’ for them to make sure they get the care they deserve.

Professional School: The Fourth Military Medical University - Xian, P.R. China

Residency: The State University of New York / University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Fellowship: University of Washington

Internship: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Special Interests: lumbar, thoracic & cervical spinal conditions - diagnosis & treatment, celiac plexus block, spinal cord stimulator implantation, diagnostic injections, diagnostic diskograms, facet joint / nerve injections, epidural injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency treatment of spinal conditions, neurolytic blocks for cancer associated pain

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David Hou, M.D., received his medical training at the Fourth Military Medical University in Xian, P.R. China. He went on to complete a residency at the State University of New York and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and a fellowship in pain management at the University of Washington.

Dr. Hou provides a wide range of modern, effective and minimally-invasive pain management therapies, including:

  • Epidural steroid injections in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions
  • Transforaminal steroid delivery and Selective Nerve Root blockade
  • Facet joint and Medical Branch nerve injections
  • Lumbar Provocative Discography
  • Radiofrequency Neuroablation
  • Sympathetic plexus blockade
  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks
  • Spinal Cord Stimulation
  • Celiac Plexus

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