Mountain Spine & Pain Physicians | Interventional Pain Medicine in 2373 Central Park Blvd - Denver CO - Reviews - Photos - Phone Number
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Mountain Spine & Pain Physicians

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151 reviews
(Interventional Pain Medicine)
 2373 Central Park Blvd, 303, Denver, CO 80238

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5on RateMDs, Jul 24, 2015
I was referred to Dr fuller by a good friend and she is right. He gets to the point on what needs to be done. At first it felt like alot of appointments but after the first couple times I was already feeling great. I didnt need the remainder of the injections and just need simple SIs done. They took about 5 minutes to get done. The staff there is awsome you can tell they get along great. Thanks guys!! more »
5on Vitals, Jul 24, 2015
I was referred to Dr fuller by a good friend and she is right. He gets to the point on what needs to be done. At first it felt like alot of appointments but after the first couple times I was already feeling great. I didnt need the remainder of the injections and just need simple SIs done. They took about 5 minutes to get done. The staff there is awsome you can tell they get along great. Thanks guys I will be sending my relatives there. more »
1on Vitals, Jul 07, 2015
At my first visit, Dr. Fuller seemed very rushed during my appointment. My appointment started 20 minutes late even though I was 10 minutes early to his office. He talked very fast (which I could handle) but talked over me through the entire appointment which I felt was rude and dismissive. I came back the next week for the first of several cortisone injections Dr. Fuller wanted me to have. While on the table waiting for the first injection I told Dr. Fuller that everything he told me at our first appointment was opposite of what I was hearing from my other medical providers (which include my orthopedic surgeon, the physiatrist who referred me to Dr. Fuller for nerve conduction studies and 2 physical therapists). He asked me, 'Have any of these other people helped you?' I was so shocked at his haughty response that I was speechless. He must have realized this was not well received because he muttered a quick apology. When I also mentioned that the doctor that referred me to him was not concerned about something he was very concerned about, he told me that the other doctor was indeed concerned and that 'doctors talk.' I guess it didn't occur to him that my doctor may not have shared this concern with me. I have never met someone as arrogant as Dr. Fuller and would not recommend him to anyone that I cared about. more »
3on RateMDs, Jul 07, 2015
My first visit was very rushed even though I arrived 10 minutes early. Dr. Fuller seemed much more interested in what he wanted to say rather than listening to my questions and concerns. He talked over me through the entire appointment. When I went for the next appointment (injection) I commented that what he told me previously was opposite of what I was hearing from all of my other providers (including the doctor who sent me to Dr. Fuller for nerve conduction studies). He asked, 'Have any of these other people helped you?' I was stunned/appalled. He must have realized because he issued a quick apology. He talked down to me when I explained that the doctor who referred me to him didn't share the same concerns that he had. He coyly responded that, 'doctors talk' as though I had no idea that one doctor could talk to another! At the recommendation of my physical therapist, I saw another physiatrist who was very concerned at the amount of cortisone Dr. Fuller wanted to inject in a very short period of time (2 days apart). Both the new physiatrist and a neurosurgeon that I was referred to by my orthopedic surgeon both disagreed with Dr. Fuller's assessment that I would need a neuro stimulator surgically implanted in my back. I have never met someone so arrogant and unwilling to consider the expertise of any other medical professionals. more »
1on Vitals, Jun 12, 2015
I waited 6 weeks to see Dr. Fuller. On the day of my appointment I was interviewd by a med tech and then told some other (new hire) Dr. would be in to see me. I asked where was Dr. Fuller? Supposedly a family emergency, yet the entire day was moved to the new Dr. and I received no phone call or warning. The office charged my insurance $1186.00 for my useless appointment. more »
5on RateMDs, May 19, 2015
I have had over 10 years of low back pain and have seen multiple doctors with only minimal relief. It took a couple visits, a few quick procedures and some additional physical therapy that Dr. fuller ordered but i am pain free and couldn't be happier. more »
5on RateMDs, May 07, 2015
Trustworthy Doc with a lot of experience. Would recommend to anyone. Will be sending some family members his way. more »
5on Vitals, May 05, 2015
Best pain management doctor in Denver by far! And I have spent an extensive amount of time researching for a quality pain management specialist. Dr. Fuller took the time to assess the source of my pain, was able to diagnose the real underlying issues, not cover up my pain with pills like so many other doctors tend to.
Words cannot express how much i am indebted to Dr. Fuller for helping me regain a sense of living now that I am able to function without chronic debilitating back pain. He was able to diagnose my symptoms after only 2 visits and my treatment plan was tailored just for me to get me back on my feet again. I am tremendously grateful that I was able to overcome my physical struggles with the help of one of the most compassionate doctors I've ever met.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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1on Vitals, May 04, 2015
Went to Dr. Fuller for treatment of burning nerves - he didn't take time with me and seemed less than interested to help me, cut me off each time I tried to talk to with him in regards to my issues. He did order an x-ray which 15 other Dr. failed to order, however he managed to block the incorrect nerve. Won't recommend him based on his bad attitude, if you don't like helping people then find a new job- I am paying YOU to help ME; not the other way around. more »
1on RateMDs, May 04, 2015
never got to see dr fuller.
I had an appointment to see dr fuller on mon 5/4/15

I recieved a message from his office on friday 5/1/15 that he had to cancel all his appointments for
30 days because of a "personal emergency".

When I called on monday morning to see if they could help me by recommending another dr they said they had no other alternatives for me.

So now here I am in pain, having to find a new dr.

Thank you dr fuller for wasting my time.
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5on RateMDs, Apr 21, 2015
Beautiful office and friendly staff. Loved the therapy dog! more »
5on Vitals, Apr 12, 2015
Office, staff and Dr. Fuller are wonderful. Would recommend wholeheartedly more »
5on Vitals, Apr 08, 2015
Great listener. Very focused on getting me back to my previous self. more »
5on RateMDs, Mar 01, 2015
Staff is great. Dr. fuller has helped me be able to enjoy life again more »
5on Vitals, Feb 18, 2015
Great listener. Very up to date on medical treaments more »
5on RateMDs, Nov 16, 2014
Beautiful office and friendly staff. He definitely is a knowledgeable and caring doctor more »
5on RateMDs, Oct 03, 2014
Helpful friendly staff! Dr Fuller is worth seeing! Thanks to him I am able to do the things I love with no pain! I would recommend him to all my friends and family in need of relief! more »
5on RateMDs, Aug 14, 2014
Dr. Fuller and his entire staff went out of their way to make me feel like I was the only patient. Dr. Fuller really listened to me, thoroughly explained to me my treatment options, and supported me 110% during the healing process. Prior to making an appointment, I spent a significant amount of effort researching pain-management doctors in Denver, comparing their educational backgrounds and experience. I especially trust in Dr. Fuller's abilities/judgments since he has earned multiple accreditations from Harvard Univ.. The path to recovery has been long and arduous but i can confidently say that my doctor is the best in the Denver area! more »
5on RateMDs, Aug 04, 2014
Beautiful office and friendly staff. Dr. Fuller really listened to me. more »
3on RateMDs, Jun 18, 2014
I did not feel like Dr Fuller listened at all to me. I had multiple procedures done and none of them worked. My fault for trusting a doctor who was telling me what he needed to do rather than listening and asking questions. The staff was always super friendly, but I would not go back as I am out a lot of money with no positive results unfortunately. more »
5on ZocDoc, May 30, 2014
Loved the dog Titan there awaiting to welcome you as you walked into the office and the office looked professional and warm setting. The doctor was very informative and staff helped to make my time there pleasant more »
5on ZocDoc, Apr 24, 2014
Dr. Fuller helped me with pain injections for my arthritic hips and provided me with an excellent referral when it came time to look at surgical options. Would highly recommend. more »
5on RateMDs, Dec 18, 2013
What a beautiful office! Dr Fuller's staff is so friendly, and he is very knowledgable. I feel very comfortable in his care. more »
5on RateMDs, May 17, 2013
Dr. fuller and his staff are wonderful. I could tell he wanted to heal me and not just cover up my pain with drugs like so many other doctors I've seen before. I would highly recommend him to family and friends. more »
2on RateMDs, May 10, 2013
I wouldnt recommand Dr.Fuller to anyone,i recently recieved a cortizone shot in my lower back "SI",dr fuller told me it could take up to week for the meds to work,so i said to him "well what am i suppose to do if im still in pain waiting the meds to kick inn" he responded with " i dont no,what do you do before you came here".he also said there is no miracle pill,well i got news for ya doc there is NO MIRACLE SHOT either.some people get DR in front of there name and they get a god complex,well i wouldnt send my dog to dr.fuller.worst experience i ever had with a dr.,so dont waste your time going to this guy more »
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2373 Central Park Blvd, 303, Denver, CO 80238
Interventional Pain Medicine
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Dr. Fuller specializes in non-opioid, interventional and diagnostic pain management.

He is a Harvard-educated physician who has completed an anesthesia pain management fellowship. He is triple board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Electrodiagnostic Medicine and Pain Medicine. Dr. Fuller is a compassionate physician with a unique combination of rehabilitation, anesthesia and neurology subspecialty training who is an expert in the diagnosis and relief of spine and other chronic pain conditions.

He is an associate professor at the Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine who has been awarded a prestigious National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research grant and has presented his research at national spine and rehabilitation medical society meetings. He has published original research articles in the premier spine surgery and rehabilitation medicine journals. Dr. Fuller is Level II Accredited by the State of Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation.

Originally from Ohio, outside of the office, Dr. Fuller’s personal interests revolve around an active Colorado lifestyle. He knows that all Coloradans share his love of our beautiful state and he looks forward to providing you the finest expertise and care so you can get back to enjoying your life with your friends and loved ones.

Originally from Ohio, outside of the office, Dr. Fuller’s personal interests revolve around an active Colorado lifestyle. He knows that all Coloradans share his love of our beautiful state and he looks forward to providing you the finest expertise and care so you can get back to enjoying your life with your friends and loved ones.
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