Dr. Davis is double board-certified in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. He is a native-born Texan who studied physics at The University of Texas at Arlington as a member of the Alpha Chi Honor Society, and then went on to obtain his medical degree at Texas A&M University College of Medicine. He completed his internship in Medicine and Pediatrics at Scott and White Memorial Hospital, and his residency at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was the Director of Anesthesiology at Fayette Memorial Hospital in La Grange, Texas from 1995 until 2000, and has been an active member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and the President of Interventional Pain Management, PA since 2000.

In addition to performing thousands of fluoroscopically-guided spinal injections for the diagnosis and treatment of pain, he has a long history of successfully treating neuropathic pain syndromes with implantation of spinal cord stimulators and peripheral nerve stimulators (neuromodulation). He was a speaker on this subject at the neuroscience conference at Stephen F. Austin University to healthcare professionals on neuromodulation in 2006. He was the first physician to perform percutaneous kyphoplasties for vertebral compression fractures in Nacogdoches, Texas, and he is the only area physician performing percutaneous sacroplasty for sacral insufficiency fractures.

Dr. Davis has a special passion for pursuing the investigation of stem cell administration for neurologic conditions such as MS, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, stroke, peripheral neuropathy, spinal and neuropathic pain, and in particular, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury. To this end, he has pioneered the use of the C1-C2 intrathecal injection of SVF, which we believe allows a greater concentration of stem cells to access the brain and spinal cord. These specialized placements are conducted under fluoroscopic guidance in his in-office surgical suite under sedation.

He is also personally interested in the potential effect of SVF on diabetes and its complications, as his lovely wife and two of their thirteen shared children live with Type 1 diabetes. Dr. Davis believes it is a blessing to have the opportunity to sincerely make a difference in peoples’ lives and continues to be excited at the wonder and science of stem cells.

Curriculum Vitae

James D. Davis
3312 N University Dr, Ste J
Nacogdoches, TX 75965-2636
(936) 560-2222

Professional Experience

September 2007 – Present
Interventional Pain Management, PA
3312 N University Dr, Ste J
Nacogdoches, TX 75965

February 2006 – September 2007
Interventional Pain Management, PA
619 Russell Blvd
Nacogdoches, TX 75965

July 2001 – February 2006
Tomball Anesthesia and Pain, PA
Tomball Regional Hospital
605 Holderrieth St
Tomball, TX 77375

November 2000 – 2006
Whitaker Medical, Inc
1200 Enclave Pkwy, Ste 200
Houston, TX 77077

September 2000 – 2006
Medical Doctors Associates, Inc
145 Technology Pkwy NW
Norcoross, GA 30092

August 2000 – Present
President of Interventional Pain Management, PA; Nacogdoches, Texas

August 1995 – July 2001
Director of Davis Pain Clinic; La Grange, Texas

August 1995 – 2000
Director of Anesthesiology: Fayette Memorial Hospital; La Grange, Texas

August 1979 – June 1987
Carpenter, Foreman and Subcontractor

October 1977 – August 1979
Laboratory Technician, Southwestern Laboratories, Inc

Professional Organizations

American Academy of Pain Medicine
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists
American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine
Associate of Cell Surgical Network

Certification and Licensure

Diplomate American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians, October 2016
Diplomate American Board of Anesthesiology, October 1996
Texas Medical License #J8185, August 1995
Medical Training License North Carolina #54450, July 1993 – July 1995
FLEX Certification (Diplomate), June 1991


July 1992 – July 1995
University of North Carolina: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Anesthesiology Residency

July 1991 – July 1992
Scott and White Memorial Hospital: Temple, Texas
Medicine and Pediatrics Internship

August 1987 – June 1991
MD, Texas A&M University College of Medicine: College Station, Texas

June 1983 – May 1987 and September 1975 – May 1977
Undergraduate Studies, Physics Major: University of Texas at Arlington

September 1973 – May 1975
Pre-Med Major, Hill Junior College: Hillsboro, Texas

Honors and Awards

Alpha Chi Honor Society, 1986
Award for Outstanding Accomplishment in Physics, 1974 – 1975
Scholarship for Choir, Hill Junior College, 1973 – 1975


Anesthetic Management of Patient with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
University of North Carolina Conference, July 1994

Anesthetic Management of Patient with Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repair
University of North Carolina Anesthesiology Cardiothoracic Lecture, May 1994

Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Methanol, Ethylene Glycol and Isopropanol Ingestion
Scott and White Memorial Hospital Conference, March 1991

The Use of Succinylcholine in Open Globe Eye Injuries
Scott and White Hospital Ophthalmology Conference, September 1990

Sevoflurane, A Comparison
Scott and White Memorial Hospital Anesthesiology Conference, August 1990


Atrial Natriuretic Factor: Effects on blood pressure and urine output in Rhesus
monkeys and Eastern Siberian rabbits.” Under the supervision of Bruce Benjamin,
PhD, Medical Physiology, formerly of Texas A&M College of Medicine, June 1988
– September 1988

Available upon request

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