Our Team

Dr. Kyle Nevills, CRNA, DNP, NSPM-C

Dr. Nevills, a 10 year military veteran, started his undergraduate studies at Bethel College in North Newton, KS. He earned his master's degree in Nurse Anesthesia from the University of Kansas in 1992 and his doctoral degree from Rush University.

Over the years he has served in many different clinical leadership roles. He has been an instructor to both University of Kansas and Newman University student nurse anesthetists that rotate thru St. Catherine's hospital. He has been heavily involved in the development of a pain clinic at Scott City Hospital to better serve the patients in the community. He has also served on the hospital critical care committee, the blood banking committee, the maternal/child committee, as well as the surgical services committee. He served as the Director of the Anesthesia Department for two years (2005-2007).

Dr. Nevills has been providing interventional pain management for 25 years. We are excited to have him as part of our Flint Hills Pain Management family.

Pain Management Certified:

Interventional pain management is a method which utilizes pain blocking techniques to help make day-to-day activities less difficult, and effectively restore quality of life for patients.

Interventional pain management is generally used when pain is severe enough to interfere with daily activities, and other treatment types have not been successful in reducing pain. If you are searching for a solution to your chronic or acute pain, then it may be time to find an Interventional Pain Management who can help.

Types of Interventional Pain Management Treatments

There are many types of Interventional Pain Management treatments. The type of treatment you receive will be based on your specific condition and symptoms, as each type of treatment varies in terms of invasiveness. Some of the most common Interventional Pain Management techniques include:

  • Nerve Blocks: Pain signals travel down nerves to the brain. Nerve blocks are used to interrupt these signals to provide pain relief. The type of nerve block depends will depend on your treatment plan, as some are minimally invasive and may last for hours or days. Other nerve blocks require surgical procedures, and may be long-term or permanent.
  • Injections: Some common types of injections are Epidural Steroid Injections, Facet Joint Injections and Trigger Joint Injections. Each of these injections target different pain spots in the body. Injections generally include a numbing agent and a steroid.
  • Radiofrequency Ablation: This treatment is usually used to treat lower back and neck pain, especially when pain is caused by arthritis. This technique uses a radio wave to produce an electrical current, which is then used to heat an area of nerve tissue. This method decreases the pain signals from that area.

Our Specialty is Your Difficult Condition

What Makes Us Different

Patients often come to us with very high levels of discomfort, feeling discouraged and even hopeless. Within the first few treatments most patients experience a positive result and leave our office with a refreshed sense of hope. We treat each patient individually because your condition is very individual. This way we are able to better understand your unique case and offer a personalized treatment plan that fits your needs . We tailor our techniques to each individual patient and recommend the treatment plan that will offer the fastest relief.

We would like to welcome you in our center that offers a caring team that truly understands your illness and is well equipped to bring you the highest level of care you deserve.