Dr. Samuel Theagene

Broadly Experienced Pain and Rehab Practitioner

About Dr. Samuel Theagene

A fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, interventional pain physician Dr. Samuel M. Theagene received a BS in biology from Queens College and earned an MD from the University of Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico. Subsequently fulfilling the obligations of an internship at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia, Dr. Samuel M. Theagene continued his training by completing a physical medicine and rehabilitation residency through Kings County Hospital Center, the Brooklyn VA Medical Center, and the State University of New York Health Science Center.

Over the course of his career, Samuel Theagene, MD, has served as a medical director for several independent rehabilitation centers, including the International Neurosurgical Clinic of San Antonio and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities-certified Trisun Rehabilitation. In 1995, he founded the Pain and Neuromuscular Clinic of Texas in San Antonio. Over his 14 years as medical director there, he established a second facility in the Dallas-Fort Worth region and obtained accreditation from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration permitting the clinic to administer substance abuse treatment for the pain medication buprenorphine.

Since cofounding Empire State Pain & Neuro, PC, in 2010, Samuel Theagene, MD, has overseen and provided pain management treatment at the clinic’s two locations on Long Island, New York. To treat patients suffering chronic, acute, sub-acute pain, and spinal conditions, he utilizes cutting-edge techniques like electromyography and fluoroscopy.