Our staff includes the following pain medicine physicians:

  • Wayne S. Weidenbaum, M.D.
  • Mitchel S. Untracht, M.D.


Wayne S. Weidenbaum, M.D.
Pain Medicine, Anesthesiology

Dr. Weidenbaum has been practicing Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology in Palm Beach County since 1992. He received his medical degree from S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center at Syracuse. He remained at S.U.N.Y. H.S.C. at Syracuse to complete his internship in Internal Medicine and Residency in Anesthesiology. During residency he trained in Pain Management under Dr. P. Sebastian Thomas, a nationally recognized expert in the field.

In 1992 he joined the anesthesiology department at Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Pain Medicine and the American Board of Anesthesiologists. He has continued to expand his scope of pain practice by attending numerous seminars and courses about the newest developments and techniques in the field of pain medicine. He has strong interest in interventional pain management techniques such as radiofrequency lesioning, spinal endoscopy, spinal cord stimulation, and programmable morphine pump implantation.

Dr Weidenbaum CV (PDF)

Mitchel S. Untracht, M.D.
Pain Medicine, Anesthesiology

Dr. Untracht has been practicing pain medicine and anesthesiology in Palm Beach County since 1989. He received his medical degree from NYU-Bellevue, N.Y.C. His anesthesiology and pain management training was obtained from Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, in New York City. Prior to coming to Palm Beach County, Dr. Untracht was on the attending staff of Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute in New York City.

Dr. Untracht is board certified in internal medicine, anesthesiology, and pain medicine. Dr. Untracht is particularly interested in the management of pain due to cancer. His internal medicine background is well suited to caring for patients with both chronic pain and severe medical illness.


Update:
BOTOX® Available to Treat Pain

We offer BOTOX® (botulinum toxin) injection to treat painful muscle spasm for suitable patients.

Ask one of our pain doctors if you would like to explore this possibility.