MISSION

Portrait Dr. Deborah Meyers MD
Dr. Deborah Meyers
Our Vision

Our clinic will fundamentally change the way neuropathic pain is treated in our southern California and western states region.

Our Philosophy

The clinic mission is to treat neuropathic pain using Scrambler Therapy® and to support ongoing recovery from pain in a professional environment.

Even as neuropathic pain subsides or is eliminated with Scrambler Therapy®, many people may benefit from further work on the muscles, ligaments, and the tissues that have been affected by long term pain. For those patients with interest, Dr. Meyers will provide referrals to appropriate therapists to maximize each patient’s complete health and well-being.

Our Environment (see our clinic)
Dr. Deborah Meyers Biography

Dr. Meyers graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1996, and completed her residency in general internal medicine at Virginia Mason Medical Center (Seattle, WA) in 1999. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and is Board Certified in Hospice and Palliative Care. She worked as an internist at The Everett Clinic (Everett, WA) and had a successful outpatient clinical practice for over 15 years.  Her patients rated her among the top physicians for several years in a row. As an internist, she treated many patients with chronic pain, and often saw the devastating effects of living with painful conditions.

In 2011, she wanted to focus her attention on helping people with cancer. She started a Palliative Care clinic at the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership, to bring relief to the suffering of cancer patients.  As part of  her work in the clinic, she was looking for non-narcotic ways to effectively treat chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN), a common side effect of cancer therapy. She learned about the success of Scrambler® therapy, and helped bring the first Scrambler® machine to patients in Everett, WA. The Scrambler® Pain Treatment Therapy allowed her to treat a variety of different painful neuropathies, not just those related to cancer.

Her palliative care work took her to California, and she opened her medical clinic specializing in neuropathic pain treatment in Summer 2015.

Professional Memberships

American Medical Association
American College of Physicians
American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Care
American Academy of Pain Management

Dr. Marineo with Dr. Meyers
Dr. Giuseppe Marineo with Dr. Deborah Meyers at Research Center for Medical Bioengineering, Tor Vergata University, Rome, Italy