Meet the Physician

Empowering You to Overcome Your Pain

A Multidisciplinary Treatment Approach to Life-Changing Pain Management 

Alan B. Swearingen, MD

Dr. Swearingen is a double board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation and pain medicine physician and the founder of Texas Interventional Pain Institute. He is a skilled pain management specialist who takes a team effort approach to care as he works collaboratively with patients to determine the most effective treatments and therapies for optimal, long-term results.

Using a combination of compassion, an approachable personality, and a desire to form an open and trusting relationship with his patients, Dr. Swearingen fosters a calm and relaxing office environment where everyone feels at ease. Besides having a goal of helping relieve his patients’ pain, he wants Texas Interventional Pain Institute to be a place that visitors find peaceful and welcoming.

Education and presenting patients with information about various pain-related products and procedures is Dr. Swearingen’s priority. He believes that anyone living with long-term acute or chronic pain deserves a thorough medical evaluation as well as a custom-tailored treatment plan that meets their unique needs.

Dr. Swearingen attended Texas A&M College of Medicine in College Station, Texas. He completed his residency training at the University of Texas-Houston and Baylor College of Medicine, where he earned his board certification in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Dr. Swearingen went on to subspecialize in interventional pain medicine and completed his fellowship training at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Outside of the office, Dr. Swearingen has several hobbies and interests, including traveling, watching and participating in various sports, and spending time with his wife and family. He is involved with several community service organizations, and he enjoys working as a medical volunteer at athletic events such as endurance races, marathons, and triathlons.

Education

  • Texas A&M College of Medicine in College Station, Texas – Medical Degree
  • University of Texas-Houston – Surgical Residency Training
  • Baylor College of Medicine – PM&R Residency Training
  • University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio – Interventional Pain Fellowship Training

Professional Affiliations

  • American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Board Certified
  • ABPMR Pain Medicine Board Certified
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Texas Pain Society
  • American Academy of Pain Medicine