Phillip Acevedo, M.D.

Dr. Phillip Acevedo, M.D. specializes in the interventional pain and regenerative medicine. Dr. Acevedo graduated from Temple University and completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; he then went on to complete a fellowship specializing in interventional pain in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Being very active and sporty himself, he believes in not just treating pain, but his mission is to improve quality of life and function for his patients going through pain, making them more independent to enjoy the pleasure of life. While his football and Lacrosse days are over, he still practices what he preaches and enjoys swimming and gym on a regular basis to stay active in this blazing Florida weather.

As an interventional Pain and Regenerative Medicine physician, his goal is to decrease the use of opioids and avoid major surgeries while treating his patients with the cutting edge minimally invasive techniques available with the growing changes in healthcare technology and research

While he is already doing procedure in our surgery center, he will also be spearheading our new Ketamine Infusion Therapy program as the program’s Medical Director which aims at providing an alternate therapy to our patients going through depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, breakthrough pain and so on.

R. Randolph Butts, PsyD

R. Randolph Butts, PsyD. – R. Randolph Butts, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist. He holds under graduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. He obtained his doctorate degree in clinical psychology with a minor in theology from Biola University in La Mirada, California. He also holds a post-doctoral master’s degree in clinical psychopharmacology from Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Butts has specialized over the past twenty years in health psychology, behavioral pain management and addictive disorders.

Behavioral Pain Management
Real physical pain can be extremely disruptive to one’s total life. Not only does pain involve intense physical discomfort, it can also set in motion a vicious Pain-Stress-Pain Cycle. Unchecked, the resulting stress can have a devastating impact on one’s quality of life thru diminished immune system functioning, sleep deprivation, depression, anxiety, hopelessness and exhaustion…all of which have been clearly show by research to increase pain and lower functioning.

Florida Medical Pain Management is dedicated to addressing all factors directly and indirectly contributing to a person’s pain through a comprehensive evaluation by a medical pain specialist as well as a behavioral pain specialist.

Abha Shah, RN-BSN

Abha Shah, RN-BSN, CPHQ Clinical Director