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Jesse Hatgis DO
Dr. Jesse Hatgis completed his medical school training at the prestigious New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM). He then completed several post-graduate training programs through Nova Southeastern University/Larkin Community Hospital in South Miami, FL, including a traditional rotating internship, physical medicine and rehabilitation/physiatry residency, and pain medicine fellowship.
He has authored and peer-reviewed numerous publications in various medical literature resources, specifically on sacral insufficiency and vertebral compression fractures, vertebral augmentation, original uses of Cortoss cement, Baastrup’s disease, percutaneous cervical discectomies, cauda equina syndrome, and innovative techniques for the usage of intraspinal radiofrequency ablation for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis, facet cysts, and interspinous cysts.
Dr. Hatgis has given countless lectures and taught many workshops for medical students, residents, fellows, and attending physicians.
He is a heavily involved member of the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AOCPMR), where he previously held the positions of Course Director for the 2017 Mid-Year Meeting and Scientific Seminar and Resident Council President and Vice President. Currently, he is a member of the Pain Medicine Committee, Education Committee, and Member Needs Assessment Task Force.
He continues to further expand his medical knowledge and training by taking advanced courses and workshops while staying abreast of current advances in the fields of pain management and physiatry. As an osteopathic pain management physiatrist, Dr. Hatgis believes in a stepwise and whole body approach in treating painful and/or debilitating conditions. Non-invasive treatments are usually provided with the opportunity for improvement prior to the initiation of localized injection therapies or minimally invasive treatments. Dr. Hatgis believes in treating everyone with respect and properly teaching patients about their conditions and treatment options in an authentic manner. Dr. Hatgis is fully licensed to practice medicine in Arizona and Florida.