Our Team specializes in interventional pain management - a subspecialty of pain management that includes joint injections, nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulations and epidural procedures.
About Justin Lo, MD
Dr. Justin Lo is double board-certified in Pain Management and Anesthesiology dedicated to helping people manage their chronic pain and treat their acute pain. Specializing in interventional pain management, Dr. Lo utilizes his vast clinical experience and care philosophy to treat each patient in the most effective, individualized way.
Since 2005, Dr. Lo has been helping patients in the Bay Area live better lives through his Pain Care practice. His goal with every patient is to help them reduce their dependence on his services.
Dr. Lo greatly values treating patients holistically and taking a comprehensive and integrated approach to pain treatment - not a cookie cutter solution. Committed to providing recognizable pain relief to improve the lives of his patients, Dr. Lo goes above and beyond to treat each patient as an individual. This may include a plan of physical therapy, acupuncture, joint injections or a surgical consult - Dr. Lo makes sure his patients get what they need when they need it.
Dr. Lo specializes in interventional pain management, a subspecialty of pain management. Interventions include joint injections, nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulations and epidural procedures among treatments. His team of like-minded healthcare professionals make up Northern California Pain Specialists who are dedicated to providing the highest quality care to patients.
UCLA, Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
University of Rochester School of Medicine, MD
SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn, NY
University of California Irvine, Anesthesiology
University of California San Francisco, Interventional Pain Management
- Pain Medicine
About J. Gabriel Tsang, MD
Dr. Gabriel Tsang is a board-certified physician in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. Dr. Tsang completed his degree in Medicine at the University of Sydney in Australia. He completed an internship in General Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, before entering his residency in Anesthesiology at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, MD). After his residency, Dr. Tsang pursued his passion for pain medicine by completing a fellowship in Pain Medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston, TX).
Before moving to California in 2018, Dr. Tsang was the lead physician in a Interventional Pain Management clinic in Prescott, AZ for four years. Dr. Tsang’s approach to the treatment of pain is through evidence-based multimodality therapies. Dr. Tsang is an expert in interventional techniques including epidurals, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulation.
Dr. Tsang has held membership and leadership positions in a variety of community and educational groups and is active in medical research and publication. In his free time, he enjoys martial arts, zoology, and exploring the outdoors with his wife and their dogs (and occasionally, the cat).
University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Science, Animal Biology
University of Sydney, NSW, Australia, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore
MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas
- Pain Medicine
About Tanzina Khan, MD, MPH
Dr. Tanzina Khan is a specialist in interventional pain management, specializing in back and neck pain, including spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease & sciatica, neuropathic as well as musculoskeletal and joint pain employing both fluoroscopy as well as ultrasound-guided techniques. In 2019, Dr. Khan has been named “Super Doctors: Rising Stars” as listed in the New York Times.
For undergraduate education, Dr. Khan earned the distinction of Presidential Scholar and graduated summa cum laude from the Honors Program at Temple University in Philadelphia, with a Bachelor’s in Spanish and minor in Biology. She then earned her medical degree at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, where she also earned her master’s in public health with a focus on Urban and Immigrant Populations. Throughout her education, Dr. Khan completed field studies and clinical rotations in Costa Rica and Kenya and presented her findings at national health conferences.
After medical school, Dr, Khan completed a four-year residency in Anesthesiology at Columbia University Medical Center/New York-Presbyterian Hospital. She then stayed at Columbia completing her first fellowship in Acute Pain and Regional Anesthesiology. Afterwards, Dr. Khan pursued a second fellowship in Pain Management at the University of California San Francisco campus. She is thrilled to have returned to the Bay Area after working in private practice in the New York City Area for several years.
In addition to being board-certified in Pain Management and Anesthesiology, Dr. Khan is a Certified Interventional Pain Sonologist, as designated by the World Academy of Pain Medicine Ultrasonography. Furthermore, Dr. Khan has been published in peer-reviewed journal for medical education in peripheral neuropathy as well as presented case studies at national conferences.
Dr. Khan’s philosophy focuses on providing her patients with relief from their chronic pain, and most importantly, improvement of their overall quality of life. Her goal is to improve her patients’ ability to function, so they can return to the activities they enjoy most. She emphasizes having a thoughtful multi- disciplinary approach to improving function and pain control comprising of interventional procedures, medications and physical therapy.
In her spare time, Dr. Khan enjoys hiking, swimming and nature with her family. Dr. Khan speaks Spanish and Bengali.
Temple University, Bachelor's Degree in Spanish Language, Literature and Linguistics, Minor in Biology
SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, MD and MPH
New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia Campus, Anesthesiology
Columbia University Medical Center, Regional Anesthesiology
University of California San Francisco, Interventional Pain Medicine
- Pain Medicine