Our Doctors


 
S. Matthew Schocket, M.D., Austin Pain Doctor

S. Matthew Schocket, M.D.

Founder and President, Capitol Pain Institute


Dr. Matt Schocket is board certified in both anesthesiology and pain management after completing his residency at UT-Southwestern in Dallas and fellowship at the University of California.

Raimy Amasha, M.D. Austin Pain Doctor

Raimy Amasha, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor


Dr. Raimy Amasha joined Capitol Pain Institute after completing his pain management fellowship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and a research internship in stem cell therapy at Stanford University.

Anjuli Desai, M.D., Austin Pain Doctor

Anjuli Desai, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor


Dr. Juli Desai joined Capitol Pain Institute after completing her residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and fellowship in pain management at Temple University. Dr. Desai’s background provides her a variety of approaches to managing different types of pain.

Sameer Sharma, M.D., Austin Pain Doctor

Sameer Sharma, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor


Dr. Sameer Sharma is the newest addition to Capitol Pain Institute. Dr. Sharma completed his undergraduate training at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Dr. Sharma completed medical school training at St. George’s University and completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Hofstra University in New York.

Neal Blauzvern, M.D., Austin Pain Doctor

Neal Blauzvern, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor

Dr. Neal Blauzvern joined Capitol Pain Institute in May 2016, after previously practicing for 22 years at Central Texas Spine Institute, where he was the sole pain management physician for a group of spine surgeons. He is fellowship-trained in pain management, and board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in Anesthesiology, with their Certificate of Added Qualifications in Pain Medicine.


Kimberly Schocket, PhD, Clinical Psychologist

Kimberly Schocket, PhD

Clinical Physchologist


Kimberly Schocket earned her undergraduate degree in psychology and business foundations from the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from UT Southwestern Medical Center with a focus on health psychology, specifically pain management.