Jennifer Kiser, PA-C
Jennifer Kiser, PA-C is a certified physician assistant, earning both her undergraduate degree and completing the Physician Assistant Program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Jennifer began her career assisting in Cardiothoracic Surgery in 1991 and transitioned to Pain Management in 1997.
Jennifer began working alongside the founder of Center for Pain and Supportive Care, Dr. Lisa Stearns, in the operating room, implanting Intrathecal Pain Pumps and Neurostimulation Systems, in 2001. She also worked closely with Dr. Stearns in the clinic, treating Cancer-Related and Chronic Pain patients and maintaining these advanced pain management devices. Jennifer gained extensive knowledge of intrathecal therapy through this experience.
Jennifer has a special interest in treating pain and symptoms in patients suffering from cancer. She is recognized as an expert in the field of Intrathecal Therapy and manages these devices with a careful balance of finesse and aggressiveness. She speaks nationally on both Cancer Pain and Intrathecal Pump Management. Jennifer also brings a compassionate, whole-person approach to treating those with Chronic Pain.
Center for Pain and Supportive Care
4611 E. Shea Blvd, Bldg 3, Suite 190
Phoenix, AZ 85028