Brent Page, MD

Brent Page, MD

“As a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician, my approach is to evaluate each patient as a whole; addressing not only physical symptoms but also how injury impacts day-to-day life. I believe in a comprehensive and individualized evaluation and treatment plan, tailored to fit each patients’ unique goals and values. I take pride in working with each patient to overcome their injury, maximize function and prevent future illness. I also enjoy spending time with each patient to explain the “what” and “why” of their diagnosis and the range of treatment options available. Ultimately, I strive to empower each patient with the knowledge and tools to enable them to return to the activities they enjoy and get back to living their best life, now!”

Education:

MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ

BS (cum laude), University of Arizona, Physiological Sciences, Tucson, AZ

Residency:

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

Fellowship:

Interventional Spine & Musculoskeletal Medicine, Desert Spine & Sports Physicians

Board Certifications:

American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (anticipated in 2022)

Memberships:

Honors/Awards

  • Chief Resident, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Texas Southwestern, 2020-2021
  • Senior Resident of the Year, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Texas Southwestern, 2020-2021

Research and Publications

  • Page, B.M., Shill, H.A., Theobald, M. (March 2017). Study of an Early Wellness Program in Parkinson’s Disease: impact on quality of life and early intervention guidance. Poster presented at: University of Arizona Research Symposium, Phoenix, AZ. 03/2017 (Page, B.M.); also accepted for presentation at the International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders conference, Vancouver, BC. 06/2017 (Shill, H.A.).
  • Dr. Page has also authored several works currently pending publication, including:
    • Cancer Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Review of Cancer Pain Management, Page, B.M., Barker, K.
    • · Vertebral Compression Fractures: An Updated Review of Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Management, Patel, A., Page, B.M.

Patient Testimonials

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We are here for you at DSSP. We continue to offer Telehealth visits in addition to in-office appointments for evaluation and management of your pain complaints. In accordance with the new CDC guidelines regarding indoor mask use being optional based on the COVID-19 community level in Maricopa, it is now optional to wear a mask at DSSP. If you are sick, at-risk, or live with an at-risk individual, we encourage you to wear a mask. Additionally, if any patient prefers their provider to wear a mask, we will gladly continue wearing our masks during your in-person appointment.