Our goal is to accurately diagnose the cause of pain and create a plan to treat that pain whether it is from an auto injury, work-related injury, spinal issue, muscle spasm, cancer, arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, shingles, or failed surgery.
Neal Shah, MD
- Former Chief of Interventional Pain Medicine at Moffitt Cancer Center
- Current Assistant Professor at University of South Florida
- Continues to be involved in teaching USF medical students, residents and Fellows
- University of South Florida Pain Faculty Attending of the Year - 2019
- Published research articles, book chapters and review articles
Education & Training
- Fellowship: University of South Florida - Pain Medicine
- Residency: Harvard Medical School - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Anesthesiology
- American Board of Pain Medicine
- American Board of Anesthesiology
Professional Association Memberships
- American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
- American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
- North American Neuromodulation Society
- American Society of Anesthesiology
- Florida Society of Anesthesiology
Dr. Shah graduated from an accelerated 6 year BS/MD program from NEOMED in Ohio and then continued his training in Anesthesiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. He completed his ACGME accredited fellowship at the University of South Florida (USF).
Dr. Shah is double board certified in both anesthesiology and interventional pain management and centers on a multidisciplinary and personalized approach to treating painful conditions. This includes treatment of highly complex pain conditions, pain medication management, customized physical therapy, and fluoroscopic/ ultrasound guided pain and spine procedures. His procedures include implantable spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulators, radiofrequency ablation, targeted drug delivery systems, kyphoplasty, spinal tumor ablation, headache/facial pain management, and various complex neurolytic injections.
Dr. Shah continues to present at national meetings and teach other physicians as part of hosting numerous educational cadaver labs. In addition to his former role at Moffitt, he is also assistant professor at the University of South Florida. He has a passion for teaching and continues to train University of South Florida medical students, residents and fellows in interventional pain. Dr. Shah has contributed to review articles, book chapters, along with publications in a number of highly acclaimed journals and has developed a national curriculum related to interventional pain management.
With an extensive knowledge base and clinical experience, Dr. Shah brings his expertise in interventional pain management to Davenport and other areas of Central Florida.
Dr. Shah speaks English, Spanish and Gujarati.