Dr. Reed was an honors graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston Texas having been elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society, which is limited to the top of the graduating class. He then completed two separate residency programs in Internal Medicine and Anesthesiology and ultimately became specialty board certified in three specialties – Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology and Pain Management.
Since 1988 Dr. Reed has been on the medical staff of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas where he has previously served as the head of the hospital’s Pain Management Program. While in private practice Dr. Reed has continued working with ongoing research and has published and presented papers on various topics in pain management and more specifically has interests in the use of implantable neurostimulators for the control of pain. He developed the use of implantable stimulators for the problem of various types of severe, intractable headaches; techniques which are now used around the world. He continues ongoing research in these fields. Additionally, he is a recognized teaching specialist for training physicians in these specialized techniques of implantable neurostimulation. Dr. Reed was named one of the Best Doctors in Dallas by "D Magazine" in 2009.
Dr. Reed describes what a patient can expect after a laminectomy procedure to treat spinal stenosis.
August 11, 2010 - 10:20am