Matthew Rupert, M.D.
- Interventional Pain Management Specialist
- Board Certified
- Fellowship Trained
- Undergraduate: University of Cincinnati – Study: Pre-Med and Engineering Dual Degree
- Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas
- Residency: Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati
- Fellowship: Texas Tech University – Study: Interventional Pain Medicine, under the guidance of world-renowned Gabor Racz, famous for the Racz or Lysis of Adhesions procedure
- Additional Training: Interventions, coding, compliance, practice management and opioid management (DABIPP); and training through the World Institute of Pain to obtain the precious Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP #280)
- American Board of Anesthesiology
Dr. Rupert worked for two years with Total Pain Care in Mississippi and then joined the rebirth of the Vanderbilt University pain management as an assistant professor. He has recently co-founded IPS in order to expand his outreach into the community.
Dr. Rupert is very active in many societies on a local and a national level. His main interests revolve around taking complex pain problems and working deductively to finding a cause and developing a Pain Solution. Technical interests revolve around spinal neuromodulation and augmentation of fractures.
In The News
In April 2012, Dr. Rupert was noted in the media as the first physician in his state to use the Boston Scientific’s Infinion™ 16 Percutaneous Lead, for pain management through spinal cord stimuation. The medical device offers twice the number of leads of any similar device, allowing greater coverage.
100 Covey Drive
Franklin, TN 37067