Brad Wilson, D.O. / bio

Dr. Brad Wilson is a diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the American Board of Pain Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Wilson specializes in the evaluation and treatment of non-surgical spinal and musculoskeletal disorders. Dr. Wilson’s goal for his patients is to reduce their pain while at the same time increase their level of function and quality of life. He accomplishes this through a comprehensive pain approach in which he utilizes physical therapy, orthotics, interventional pain procedures and pain medication management.
Dr. Wilson completed medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He then completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, AR. During his residency training he served as interim Chief Resident and also served on the GME resident council and was a member of the UAMS Sports Medicine interest group. After residency, Dr. Wilson completed an interventional pain and spine fellowship in Brentwood, TN. Dr. Wilson is specially trained in diagnostic and therapeutic spinal injections. Dr. Wilson also has a special interest in spinal cord stimulation as well as regenerative medicine, including stem cell therapy/Wharton’s Jelly, and prolotherapy. He also has two publications on fibromyalgia.
Dr. Wilson originally became a physician to help those with pain because of his father’s condition of chronic pain. Dr. Wilson resides in Hendersonville, TN and enjoys spending time with his family, friends and church as well as coaching his son’s soccer team.

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Cheryl Gazley, A.P.N.-B.C. / bio

Cheryl Gazley, ANP-BC graduated from Tennessee State University in 2015 with her Masters in Family Nurse Practitioner.  She earned her BSN from Austin Peay State University.  Cheryl has two sons and one granddaughter and lives in Nashville.  Her hobbies include running.

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Osayande Omoregie, P.A.-C. / bio

Osayande “Osa” Omoregie was born in NYC, New York, raised in Nashville, TN, and currently lives here in Nashville, TN. He earned his bachelor degree in Sports Medicine in 2007 at Middle Tennessee State University and his Master Degree in Science as a Physician Assistant in 2014 at Trevecca Nazarene University. His diverse background in Sports Medicine and Neurosurgery has led him to Pain Management at IPC. “I have a real passion for patient care and a desire to help people with everything I have learned so far in my experiences as a healthcare professional”.  In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, working out, music and the arts, and playing and/or watching sports. “Watching the game at a sports bar with some friends or family is an excellent way to spend a Saturday afternoon!”

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Lisa Diaz-Barriga, C.N.P. / bio

Lisa Diaz-Barriga is a family nurse practitioner who specializes in pain management. She is board certified by the American Credentialing Center and licensed to practice in TN, VA, and NC. Lisa has an outstanding academic background that includes a Master’s of Nursing degree from Vanderbilt University, a Master’s in Counseling degree from the University of Memphis, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois. Lisa has extensive clinical experience in primary care, internal medicine and pain management. She is passionate about pain management. Lisa believes in providing compassionate care that maximizes patient function and quality of life, and reduces pain. She has lived in middle TN for fifteen years and enjoys the natural beauty of the area while hiking, kayaking, white water rafting and boating. Lisa volunteers at a free medical clinic for the working uninsured in three TN counties.