Our Doctors

pain management doctor Matthew Schocket, MD

Matthew S. 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.

pain management doctor Raimy Amasha MD

Rainy Amasha, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

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.

pain management doctor Kevin Andres, MD

Kevin C. Andres, M.D.

Louisville Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Andres grew up in southern Indiana and is thrilled to be practicing in the Louisville area. He enjoys working with patients and other providers to optimize patient functioning and care for the musculoskeletal system, especially utilizing outpatient interventional options. Dr. Andres is board certified in Pain Management and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In addition, he is also a member of several national organizations.

pain management doctor Steven Bhutra MD

Steven Bhutra, M.D.

Columbus Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Steven Bhutra is a board-certified anesthesiologist, with subspecialty training in interventional pain medicine. After undergraduate education at Stanford University, he earned his medical degree at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. Residency in anesthesiology at the University of Washington and fellowship training in interventional pain medicine at the University of Virginia.

pain management doctor Neal Blauzvern MD

Neal Blauzvern, D.O.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

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.

pain management doctor Jonathan Church MD

Jonathan Church, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Jonathan Church is a board-certified anesthesiologist and has completed subspecialty training in interventional pain medicine. After completing his undergraduate education at The University of Texas, he earned his medical degree at the University of Texas School of Medicine in San Antonio.

pain management doctor Iden Cowan MD

Iden Cowan, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

After several years in Arkansas, Dr. Cowan is thrilled to be coming back home to Texas. She is board certified in Anesthesiology and has been exclusively practicing interventional pain for the past 5 years. She is passionate about providing customized multimodal treatment plans that directly target her patients sources of pain, while working to improve their functional status and help them achieve their goals.

pain management doctor Anjuli Desai MD

Anjuli Desai, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

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

pain management doctor Richard Lingreen

Richard Lingreen, M.D.

Louisville Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Lingreen has been practicing pain management for 26 years, spending the last 20 of those years in Central Kentucky. Prior to joining Capitol Pain Institute Dr. Lingreen had his own private practice in Frankfort, Kentucky. He is board certified in anesthesia and addiction, and has a sub specialty certification in pain management from the anesthesia board. He enjoys getting to know and interacting with his patients, as well as formulating a plan to make them the happiest and most functional person they can be. Dr. Lingreen has created mypainky.com, a website dedicated to informing patients about the pain they may be experiencing, and ways to manage that discomfort.

pain management doctor Dwight E. Mosley

Dwight E. Mosley, M.D.

Columbus Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Dwight E. Mosley received his Bachelor’s degree from The University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Mosley received his medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. He completed a general surgery internship at Riverside Methodist Hospital, in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Mosley returned to The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio, to complete a residency in anesthesia, and a fellowship in interventional pain management.

pain management doctor Raj Patel, M.D.

Raj Patel, M.D.

Austin Pain Doctor, Capitol Pain Institute

Dr. Raj Patel is dual trained in Interventional Pain Management and Anesthesiology. He completed his Anesthesiology residency and Pain Management fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Patel received his medical degree and completed a surgical internship at Thomas Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. While at Rush University, he trained directly under national thought-leaders in pain medicine, honing a diverse skillset ranging from joint injections and radiofrequency ablations to advanced procedures such as spinal cord and dorsal root ganglion stimulation, indirect spinal decompression, and percutaneous joint fusion.

pain management doctor Kimberly Schocket PhD

Kimberly Schocket, PHD.

Clinical Psychologist, Capitol Pain Institute

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.