The Great Plains Center for Pain Management treats patients suffering from chronic, debilitating pain, including:
"I treat chronic pain as a disease, not a symptom, and use a variety of methods to help patients get lasting relief. Physical therapy, medications, psychology, and interventional procedures are all valuable treatments in my practice. I avoid therapies that may promise short-term relief at the expense of long-term harm to the patient." - Dr. Burt McKeag
We use a variety of treatments to help our patients regain their quality of life:
"Chronic, debilitating pain is a quality of life issue, and my job is to quickly learn as much as I can about the patient and what brought them to me," explains McKeag. "I strive to create a good dialogue and understand a patient's goals before we determine a treatment plan. I'm like a detective - I look for evidence and listen to testimony. I enjoy that I'm able to develop relationships with my patients and often, with the right treatments, give them their lives back."
Dr. McKeag completed a Fellowship in Pain Management from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and his residency in Anesthesiology at Kansas University Medical Center. He received his medical degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
For more information, contact:
611 W. Francis
North Platte, NE 69101
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5 pm