Local Advanced Pain Specialists Expand Provider Team

CHALFONT, Pa., August 2 2023 – Local advanced pain specialists, Pennsylvania Pain and Spine Institute (PA Pain and Spine) add Dr. Jeffrey Boyd (Boyd) to the provider network

As the practice continues to grow and the founding physicians shift their schedules to accommodate teaching the future generation of pain physicians, the need for an additional interventional pain specialist is evident. 

“We are very excited for Dr. Boyd to join our clinical team. He comes to us with an elaborate background in Interventional Spine and Musculoskeletal Medicine and is a great addition for our patients. We are looking forward to new and current patients getting to know him, and for the added appointment availability and level of care he will provide.” expresses Dr. Robert Kelly, physician and co-founder of Pennsylvania Pain and Spine Institute. 

Boyd’s experience includes a board certification in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, residency training at Thomas Jefferson University, as well as a prestigious fellowship in Interventional Spine and Musculoskeletal Medicine at The Rothman Orthopedic Institute. He is focused on providing comprehensive non-operative spine and musculoskeletal care with a focus on minimally invasive treatments for low back and neck pain. 

“I am really looking forward to joining the PA Pain and Spine Team where I will get to know my patients and to help promote healing of both the body and mind through my practice in osteopathic medicine” states Jeffrey Boyd, D.O.

Boyd joins the team in August and begins seeing patients mid-month to start building relationships and reaching more people throughout the local community, increasing the team’s provider count to 10 total providers. 

2 thoughts on “Local Advanced Pain Specialists Expand Provider Team”

  1. I am a new patient. I already have an appointment with Dr. Boyd on August 14 and look forward to meeting him. I’m hoping I can attain, at the very least, the way of life I had prior to the pelvic fractures. I prefer being optimistic after reading all the options you offer your patients.

  2. Julianne L Wylie

    Welcome Dr. Boyd. Maybe, it will become easier for me to get my injection now. I have only been to the office three times:
    1) Initial Visit with Dr. Kelly, who I really liked. However, his earliest availability was September 12th for the initial injection.
    2) Was able to get in on July 10th (and still keep Sept 12th per scheduling at the office) 1st injection done by one of the other doctors (who I also like) who told me the first one is more “diagnostic”
    3) July 31st my follow up was with the doctor who did the diagnostic injection, He told me to go ahead and keep my Sept 12th appt. And I said to his staff that I doubt it would make it until Sept 12th. The Chalfont office confirmed with me that I could call and ask for an earlier appointment.
    4) When I called to ask for an earlier appointment for the injection because my pain suddenly increased significanlty, I was told it was too soon to do so. I then inquired why the office said if I needed an appointment earlier to call. The person than said I had to wait for the pre-appoval from my insurance and that the person was not back until Monday. I was confused because before I was told after the first injection and the follow up appointment I shouldn’t need a pre-authorization for it.

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