About Us

Our Mission

Pain control is essential for effective rehabilitation. An accurate diagnosis is the first step. Medical management and a variety of interventional techniques are utilized to help patients reduce their pain, participate in physical therapy and obtain functional improvement.

Our patients tell their stories:
"Dr. Stein's ability to manage my long-term pain has been nothing short of outstanding." -Richard S.
"I have a 15-month-old and, before disc decompression, it was very difficult to interact with him. Now I am able to enjoy him. My pain level was down within a week and that was such a relief. I would definitely recommend Dr. Stein to anyone!" -Kristin W.
"My surgery was a three-level mechanical disc decompression performed by Dr. Stein. I was walking the same day and basically pain-free. I experienced minimal scarring and immediate pain relief. It is truly a good thing to get one's life back." -Thomas M.

Meet Dr. David I. Stein
"Pain control is essential for effective rehabilitation. This first step is an accurate diagnosis, then choosing the right interventional technique to reduce your pain so you can participate in active physical therapy and achieve functional improvement. My ultimate goal is to help you get back to your favorite activities so you can enjoy life again without the use of strong pain medications."
Dr. Stein has been treating patients with chronic pain since 1991. He has performed more lumbar decompressions than anyone in Wisconsin. In addition, he trains other physicians to perform laser and mechanical disc decompressions and other pain management procedures. Dr. Stein is board-certified by the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Board of Anesthesiology, which means he has successfully met the highest standards of his profession.


American Board of Anesthesiology, American Board of Pain Medicine
Internship & Residency:
Anesthesiology, Cleveland Clinic
MD: University of Wisconsin-Madison

American Academy of Pain Medicine
American Society of Anesthesiology
Midwest Pain Society


State of Wisconsin


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