Dr. Rupert competed in Track and Field and was also part of the University Honors program.
Dr. Rupert has received two engineering degrees from the University of Cincinnati. He was the first student in the College of Engineering to complete a full pre-med curriculum along with his core engineering credits. His engineering accomplishments revolved around medical device development at the university and with medical device manufacturers. He has been intimately involved with the first live measurements of knee ligament forces during locomotion with the world-renowned Edward S. Grood and Frank R. Noyes.
Dr. Rupert completed his Medical Doctorate at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He started a surgical residency at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati and finished training in anesthesia at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
Dr. Rupert then completed an interventional pain management fellowship under the guidance of world-renowned Dr. Gabor Racz at Texas Tech University. After finishing his fellowship, Dr. Rupert continued his training to include extensive certification in interventions, coding, compliance, practice management and opioid management (DABIPP). He has also trained through the World Institute of Pain to obtain the precious Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice.
Dr Skaribas finished his interventional pain management fellowship at the world renown Baylor college of medicine in Houston Texas. He enjoys windsurfing and snowboarding.
Dr .Skaribas is an internationally known expert in Spinal Cord Stimulation, Neuromodulation and advanced spine interventions.
Dr. Skaribas is double board-certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine by the American board of Anesthesiology. His focus is on complex cases and patients requiring advanced treatments and interventions. He currently serves as the Founder and Medical Director of Expert Pain PA in Houston. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, Texas.
He is a member of the Texas Pain Society, where he served previously as Secretary of the Houston Chapter. Dr. Skaribas is an active member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and has served for the past four years on two ASA committees: Patient Safety & Public Education and the Anesthesia Assistant Education Committee.
Dr. Skaribas completed his undergrad and graduate education at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki Medical School in Thessaloniki Greece, where he also earned his Medical Degree. He then completed a four-year anesthesia residency, as well as an ACGME-accredited interventional pain management fellowship, at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. In 2001, he served as an Assistant Professor of the Baylor College of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology. His many awards include three “Patient’s Choice” Awards, and his research has been published in numerous journals, including Journal of Neurosurgery and Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Will is a true Texan. Originally from Arlington, he spends every weekend on his farm in Waxahachie tending to his 31 horses.
For over 30 years, Dr. Will has been committed to providing dedicated care for chronic pain sufferers, focusing on conditions of the neck, spine, and head. He has worked at a number of top-notch hospitals and clinics, including Texas Health Presbyterian and the Pine Creek Health Center, both located in Dallas. In addition to practicing medicine, he is a very active researcher and has co-authored numerous studies on various topics in anesthesiology and pain care.
After receiving a B.A. in Biology from Austin College in Sherman, TX, Dr. Will attended the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX to receive his medical training. He completed an internship in General Surgery at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas, NV, before moving on to the University of Kansas Medical Center, in Kansas City, KS to complete his Anesthesiology and Pain Management residency, where he served as chief resident from 1987-1989.
Dr. Will’s many awards and accomplishments include several years as the Chief Resident at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and from 2003-2017 has been named to D Magazine’s Best Doctors list.
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