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We Understand Pain is Personal

Our goal is to understand your pain and provide a treatment plan customized to you and your goals. With the care of our compassionate physicians and advanced practice providers, we will work to reduce your pain and improve your quality of life at every single appointment.
Meet Our Providers

Springs Rehabilitation, The Peak Physical Medicine, and Spinal Diagnostics are now part of Capitol Pain Institute.

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Integrated Pain Management

Wellspring Pain Solutions works with each patient to find the best individualized treatment plan for your pain. Together we build a comprehensive plan that helps our patients reduce their pain and suffering while regaining lost functionality. Our integrative and comprehensive approach combines cutting-edge research with well-grounded methodology to optimize patient care. Our doctors and nurse practitioners understand that treating a patient is a blend of diagnosing the physical disorder as well as addressing the mental suffering. We have one goal in mind - get you back to the life you love.

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What to expect when visiting Wellspring

If you think your pain has become unmanageable, it is time to visit a pain specialist doctor. At Wellspring, our goal is to develop a customized, multidisciplinary treatment plan to get you back to the life you love. To be prepared for a successful first visit, there are a few items that you will want to bring with you.

  • ID
  • Insurance card (if utilizing your insurance for your pain management treatment)
  • Any relevant imaging (XR, MRI, CT scan, etc.)

We highly recommend downloading and filling out your new patient packet ahead of time to save you time and streamline the process. This detailed paperwork helps ensure that our pain management doctors have all the information they need to create a customized plan for you. On your first visit, your doctor will ask you detailed questions about your pain symptoms and medical history, review your past records and imaging, perform a thorough physical exam, and discuss your goals. Some common questions you may be asked on your first visit are:

  • Where is the pain? (what body part)
  • What does it feel like? (dull, aching, tingling)
  • How often do you feel pain?
  • What makes your pain better or worse?

After analyzing your unique pain conditions and goals, you will work with your pain specialist to create a customized, multidisciplinary treatment plan. Additional imaging studies, lab work, or tests, such as Electromyography/Nerve Conduction Study (EMG/NCS), may be ordered to help understand the root cause of your pain. We will carefully assess you and deliver a precise diagnosis so we can develop the best plan to alleviate your pain. Whether you tend to be more conservative in your medical decision making or you prefer a more aggressive approach, we want to work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your lifestyle.

We will schedule a follow up appointment after your initial evaluation and continue to follow you on a monthly basis. These follow up visits help track your progress and the effectiveness of your plan of care. We utilize these visits to refine your unique treatment and goals of living a pain free life.

What is a Physiatrist'?

A physiatrist is a doctor who treats medical conditions that cause pain or limit function. Also called physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians, physiatrists provide a full spectrum of care from orthopedic diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation. The goal is to restore maximum function and improve quality of life. Physiatrists see patients of all ages experiencing a wide range of problems from sore muscles to muscle weakness that may make it difficult to function at home, in the workplace, or during recreational activities. Successful treatment of these symptoms requires accurate diagnosis. As specialists in this field, physiatrists use techniques and resources ranging from detailed medical histories to nerve conduction studies to diagnose a multitude of medical conditions. Physiatrists listen to their patients and work with them to develop a customized course of treatment. This may include one or several treatment options, such as medications, therapeutic exercise, injections, interventional pain procedures and physical therapy.

Our group of highly trained providers seek out the root cause of the issue causing your pain and lay out a well-designed personalized option(s) to treat the cause.

Injured on the Job?

If you’ve been injured on the job and are suffering from lingering pain, we can help you on your road to recovery. Not only will we work with your specific situation to make sure that you get the pain relief you need, we’ll also work with your workers compensation. We work closely with workers' compensation programs, as well as your workers' compensation representative, because it helps ensure that our patients receive the necessary care and support to facilitate their recovery and return to work. This collaboration ensures that our treatments are aligned with your workers' compensation guidelines, enabling a smoother process for claim approval and coverage of medical expenses.

Integrated Pain Management

Wellspring Pain Solutions works with each patient to find the best individualized treatment plan for your pain. Together we build a comprehensive plan that helps our patients reduce their pain and suffering while regaining lost functionality. Our integrative and comprehensive approach combines cutting-edge research with well-grounded methodology to optimize patient care. Our doctors and nurse practitioners understand that treating a patient is a blend of diagnosing the physical disorder as well as addressing the mental suffering. We have one goal in mind - get you back to the life you love.

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About Our Pain Doctors

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Jeffrey Beck, M.D.

Dr. Beck is a board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physician. A native of northeast Indiana, he completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Indiana University with high distinction. Dr. Beck also obtained his medical degree from Indiana University in 2007 and continued his training as a physical medicine and rehabilitation resident at the University of Wisconsin.
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Arman Borhan, M.D.

Dr. Borhan, raised in Bedford, Indiana, completed his undergraduate studies at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. He later went on to St. George’s University for his medical studies. He received certification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at University of Louisville and finished his medical training with a fellowship in Pain Management at Georgia Pain Physicians. Dr. Borhan is currently both board certified in Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
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Ed Negovetich, M.D.

Dr. Negovetich, a native of Indiana, attended Wabash College in Crawfordsville for his bachelor’s degree. He later went on to earn his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. He chose to specialize in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) in part because it was a nice blend of sports medicine, orthopedics, and neurology, all of which interested me as a medical student. I did my specialty training in PM&R also at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
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Drew Robertson, M.D.

After graduating from Indiana University School of Medicine, Dr. Drew Robertson completed his residency in Family Medicine at St. vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.He then entered anesthesia residency at Indiana University Medical Center. Dr. Robertson then practiced anesthesia and pain management in Columbus, IN before founding Wellspring Pain Solutions. He has been practicing in Columbus since 1994.
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