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Clinic Opens New Specialty Department in Hattiesburg

Clinic Opens New Specialty Department in Hattiesburg

New department marks relocation of three providers, addition of another

Hattiesburg Clinic is pleased to announce the opening of Physical Medicine & Interventional Pain – Lincoln Center at 1 Lincoln Parkway, Suite 102, in Hattiesburg.

Brent D. Bevard, DO, Bridgette E. Runnels, FNP, and Lauren B. Beckman, AGPCNP, have relocated their practice from Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Hattiesburg Clinic’s main facility on 28th Avenue to the new department at Lincoln Center.

Joining the team at Physical Medicine & Interventional Pain is anesthesiologist Jonathan H.S. Rayburn, MD.

New to the Team

Dr. Rayburn provides care for patients with chronic and complex pain. He has a special interest in neuromodulation, sympathetically maintained pain, chronic regional pain syndrome, pelvic pain and headache pain syndromes.

Rayburn received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson, Miss. He completed an internal medicine internship and anesthesiology residency at Ochsner Clinic Foundation in New Orleans, La. He also completed a pain medicine fellowship at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.

While fellowship trained in pain medicine, Rayburn is also board certified in anesthesiology. Rayburn is a member of the American Board of Anesthesiology, American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, North American Neuromodulation Society, Spine Intervention Society and Louisiana Society of Anesthesiologists.

Beckman, who recently joined the group, collaborates with both physicians to provide care for musculoskeletal and chronic pain. She has a special interest in treating adults and geriatric patients.

Beckman has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Miss., and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Miss. She is board certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is a member of the American Nurses Association.

What They Treat

Physical Medicine & Interventional Pain offers a wide range of treatment options for patients experiencing acute and chronic pain. They treat conditions such as head and neck pain, cancer-related pain, musculoskeletal and spine pain, sports-related injuries, and continued pain following orthopaedic or spine surgery.

Their services include, but are not limited to, comprehensive evaluations for all pain-related conditions; interventional procedures for head, neck, spine and musculoskeletal conditions, in addition to spinal cord stimulation; and radio frequency ablation.

“We are excited to officially be seeing patients at our new location at Lincoln Center. This new Physical Medicine & Interventional Pain department was established to help a variety of people suffering from both acute and chronic pain,” said Bevard. “Pain is one of the most common reasons Americans access the health care system, and a leading cause of disability. To help combat this crisis, we have put in place a team of qualified providers with extensive training and experience in the management and treatment of pain. Together, our goal is to help improve the quality of life for people in the community who are suffering from pain-causing conditions.”

Jonah Taylor


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