"Joe began his career in Nursing thirteen years ago, after years working for the Federal Government and later teaching Computer Science at Gonzaga College High School, in Washington D.C. He graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University in 1998 with a degree in History and returned for a second Bachelor’s degree, this time in nursing, finishing in 2007. During his Nursing career, specializing in Critical Care, he worked in hospitals including INOVA Alexandria Hospital and Sentara Virginia Beach General, serving in the Stepdown, ICU & CCU units and Emergency Departments.
He returned to school to earn a Master of Science degree in Nursing from Walden University and received Board Certification as a Nurse Practitioner in 2019. Late that year, Joe was thrilled to become one of the providers at the Center for Complex Pain Care. As a lifelong learner, he strives to apply the latest information and treatments regarding pain management to help his patients find their optimal comfort level. He has thoroughly enjoyed being able to make a difference in his patient’s lives, striving to give them tools to live their best possible lives."
"Treating chronic pain has always been hard, and in today’s regulatory climate, it has become even more difficult. Using a concierge model of care, this practice is able to devote the time and effort needed to address complicated chronic pain problems."