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Kayla Hulsey

  • September 23
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"A caring and transparent relationship with our patients is very important to me. The patients who experience great success from their treatment with us and can now do things they haven't been able to do in years, that's what makes this specialty so rewarding! It's all about improving the quality of life for our patients." Kayla Hulsey Kayla joined Advanced Interventional Pain Management in August of 2017 as the Practice Manager.  She began her career in 2008 when she enlisted as an Active-duty Army Medic. When she returned home to Hot Springs, Arkansas, she obtained an Associate of Science degree with emphasis in business fundamentals. Prior to pain management, she worked in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. Kayla's goal for AIPM is to work daily toward improving patient care and the practice overall. She works closely with all providers and staff to assist in maintaining a cohesive environment for the patients of AIPM. Kayla is the mom to two wonderful boys, Jackson and

Meaghan Proctor-Page

  • September 23
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Meaghan Proctor-Page joined Advanced Interventional Pain in July of 2021 as the Clinical Director of the Texarkana Pain Surgery Center in Texarkana AR. She graduated with her Associate’s degree in 2012 from Texarkana College. She then continued her education through Walden University and obtained a BSN in 2019 and an MSN in Nursing Leadership in Administration in 2020. Meaghan has worked in various areas in nursing including nursing home long-term care, cardiac and stroke care at Christus St. Michael, and hospice care for 2 years at Heritage Home Health and Hospice in Texarkana. While managing the Texarkana Pain Surgery Center, she also enjoys spending time with friends, her family, including her church family at Springlake Baptist Church. Meaghan is married  to Mitchell Page and has 3 children; Caiden, Mason, and Joleigh Page.

Heather Moreland

  • September 23
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Heather Moreland joined Advanced Interventional Pain in January of 2019 as the Clinical Director of the Ambulatory Surgery Center. She graduated with her Associate’s degree in 2010 from National Park Community College.Prior to Advanced Interventional Pain, she worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Baptist in Little Rock, Spring Creek Surgery Center, and St Vincent Medical Center. She was able to develop her nursing skills as well as leadership abilities. She has a passion for caring for people. While managing the surgery center is her primary job function by day, she also enjoys watching her three children grow. Heather resides in Malvern with her husband, Don and her three kids, Austin, Dylan, and Katie.

Kierra Jackson, APRN

  • September 22
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Kierra is an APRN at Advanced Interventional Pain Management and joined the group in 2022. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She provides care for the patients at our Little Rock Clinic.  She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2017. 

Melissa Keesee, APRN

  • September 22
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When it comes to patient care, Nurse Practitioner Melissa Keesee's approach is simple: provide the best quality care equally to all who she comes in contact with and make a lasting impact on each patient's life. She works in conjunction with Dr. Abraham and the other Physicians and APRNs of Advanced Interventional Pain Management. Melissa started out as a registered nurse in 1993 after graduating from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.  After spending time developing her nursing career and raising her three children, Melissa graduated from Walden University with honors in 2020 with a Master’s of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Keesee is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, American/Arkansas Nurses Association, and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Her focus is ensuring the patients of Advanced Interventional Pain Management feel confident in her care while knowing she

Daniel Brown, APRN

  • September 21
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Daniel H. Brown, APRN is an advanced practice nurse practitioner at Advanced Interventional Pain Management, with locations in Hot Springs, Little Rock, Texarkana, El Dorado, Arkadelphia, and Mena, Arkansas. He is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Daniel earned his ADN from Texarkana College in 2015. He continued his education at Walden University, earning his BSN in 2017 and his MSN in 2020. Daniel started his nursing career as an RN working in the operating room. He has worked at Christus Saint Michael Health System and Wadley Regional Medical Center. Daniel takes great pride in serving the area's population with individualized and compassionate care at Advanced Interventional Pain Management. Daniel has lived in the Texarkana area with his wife, Tara, for over 10 years. They have been married for 11 years and have 4 children.

Peggy Wren, APRN

  • August 21
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About Peggy Wren, APRN

Peggy Wren, APRN, MSN, FNP-C, is a family nurse practitioner who is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is proud to provide compassionate care to patients at Advanced Interventional Pain Management, with locations in Hot Springs, Little Rock, Texarkana, El Dorado, Arkadelphia, and Mena, Arkansas. Peggy is currently licensed to practice in the state of Arkansas and has special interests in family care and pain management. She graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence with a Bachelor of Science in nursing and obtained a Master of Science in nursing in family practice from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Downers Grove, Illinois. Her previous experience includes a strong background working in primary and critical care nursing. She believes in developing strong relationships in order to provide personalized care that is tailored to meet each patient's specific needs. Peggy is married with three children

Ryan Stuckey, MD

  • August 21
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About Dr. Stuckey

Ryan V. Stuckey MD is an Anesthesiologist with subspecialty training in interventional pain management. Dr. Stuckey grew up in Bryant, Arkansas and completed his undergraduate training at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. He later earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). After graduating from medical school he stayed at UAMS to complete his residency in Anesthesiology, serving as chief resident his final year. After residency he then went on to complete a chronic pain fellowship at the University of North Carolina. At Advanced Interventional Pain Management, Dr. Stuckey’s treatment goal is to reduce pain and improve functional capacity utilizing minimally invasive fluoroscopic-guided procedures in order to decrease reliance on medication. He believes each patient experiences pain differently and understands the importance of creating a personalized treatme

Jacob Abraham, MD

  • August 21
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About Dr. Abraham

Anesthesiologist and pain management physician, Jacob E. Abraham, MD, is the founder of Advanced Interventional Pain Management, with locations in Hot Springs, Little Rock, Texarkana, El Dorado, Arkadelphia, and Mena, Arkansas. Dr. Abraham grew up in Georgia, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in microbiology at the University of Georgia in Athens. He then obtained his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. Afterward, he completed his training in anesthesiology and pain management at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Abraham moved to Arkansas in the mid-1990s and has been practicing pain management in the Hot Springs area since 1996. His area of specialty focuses on minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedures performed under X-ray guidance to reduce patients’ chronic spine-related pain. Some of the common procedures he performs include epidural steroids, sacroiliac joint inje