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St. Luke's Clinic – Pain Management: Twin Falls

Our clinic office has moved to 625 Pole Line Rd. W., Suite 1A.
Living with acute or chronic pain doesn’t have to be a challenge you face alone. We can help find the source of your pain, develop a treatment plan to give you relief, and help restore health and function. Our team truly cares about you and your best quality of life.

We provide pain management for a wide range of conditions, from neuropathic, cancer, and post-surgery pain to sciatica, shingles, arthritis, and more. Treatment procedures include, but are not limited to, injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation, and intrathecal pump implantation and management. We are accepting new patients by referral only.

Please ask your referring provider to include with the referral recent office notes and any imaging studies (x-ray, MRI, CT scan, etc.) related to your condition. If you're a new patient, you will be mailed paperwork to complete before your appointment. 


  • Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Biography

    Michael McEntire, MD enjoys helping patients find pain relief through a variety of methods, with the ultimate goal of improved functioning. He believes that a multidisciplinary approach to pain management is most beneficial.

    When possible, Dr. McEntire targets pain at its source through procedures aimed at joints, nerves, muscles, and ligaments. When necessary, he performs surgical procedures that involve implanting devices that directly target the spine. He uses many types of medication to treat chronic pain, avoiding long-term use of opioids. He believes strongly in the benefits of physical therapy and psychological support.


    Accepting new patients
  • Biography

    Michael Wucinich, PA-C, MPH, CPH has always been enthusiastic about helping patients achieve their best possible quality of life. He is especially drawn to help patients who feel they're in a cycle of pain that hampers their desired level of activity at home, at work, and with recreation—and the accompanying emotional and psychological strain. He also has personal experience with chronic pain, so he understands how profoundly it affects every aspect of life.

    Michael is certified by the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants and the National Board of Public Health Examiners.


    Accepting new patients