Brandon Nguyen, D.O.

Meet Dr. Nguyen

Dr. Nguyen has been caring for patients for over 15 years and brings extensive experience and expertise in the treatment of pain disorders. He is proficient and skillful in an array of interventional pain treatment methods and has a particular interest in Neuromodulation for neuropathic pain and spinal pain disorders.

Education

Dr. Nguyen attended Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in 2000. He completed his last years of medical school at rotations at Stanford and UCSF. In 2004, Dr. Nguyen completed residency training in Anesthesiology at Harvard-affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. A year later, he completed his fellowship training at the coveted Longwood rotating fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess, Brigham Women’s and Children Hospital of Boston, earning expertise in Adult and Pediatric Pain Management.

Personal

On his spare time, Dr. Nguyen enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He is also an avid tennis player, golfer, skier and outdoorsman.

Reviews

"i am so thankful for Dr. Epstein and his amazing staff for helping me with my shoulder/neck pain. I have had 3/4 injections and what a relief. Getting out of pain that I've been in for a year is amazing. I was at the point that I thought I'd just have to live with it, but it's 90% better (with 1 more treatment to go). I can't recommend them enough. As a side note, I saw another group/dr before and they only did the injections under anesthesia; which is something I did not want to do (personal preference). The anesthesia, to me is/was say worse than the fast injection. I am so glad this was an option for me - fast & pretty much just a little pressure & a pinch (easier than a dental appointment) :)"

V.D.

Google

"Remember to treat every patient based on their Merritt. There is no one size fits all approach to pain. Everyone is different. Some people may be particularly susceptible to opiates while others like myself are genetically resistant. While I appreciate the concept of only prescribing what is absolutely necessary please listen to your patient if they are telling you their pain is unbearable. It may cause them to do the unthinkable. Overall Dr Wang Was upfront and transparent about everything and very respectful. He listened and made me feel at ease with my treatment. I would encourage him to take what I've said into account but he is a fine physician and I would use him again and recommend him to friends and family."

R.A.

Google

"For most part they are great but this yr they decided to collect insurance @80/20 co-pay with deductible upfront to keep people from having large bills, which if they collected pmt before svc like they have posted that shouldn't be an issue. They said they were emailing pt. regarding amt they needed to pay. Two problems 1. not everyone, esp elderly have email and some do not check, therefore they should call pt. 2. As with us we have no deductible and our copay is not 80/20. They tried to overcharged us. They were using straight across board not by each individuals insurance and they are all different. This can cause a hardship on someone with limited income not to mention its illegal to overcharged. A lot of pts have no one to help them and don't really know what coverage they have unfortunately. Bottom line is collect what you are owed buy no more, and pay what you owe and no more."

D.1.

Google

"The doctor is very friendly and knowledgeable. His staff is responsive and caring."

S.

Google

"The doctor is very friendly and knowledgeable. His staff is responsive and caring."

S.W.

Google

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.