C. Weston Whitten, MD, is a pain specialist at Nebraska Pain Institute in Lincoln, Nebraska. Dr. Whitten was raised on a farm near Lexington, Nebraska and graduated from Overton Public School. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with an emphasis in Molecular Biology in 3 years from the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Dr. Whitten received many distinctions including graduating Summa Cum Laude and graduating from the Honor’s Program. Dr. Whitten then received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Dr. Whitten completed his residency in Anesthesiology at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC. Upon completion, he furthered his training in Pain Medicine at the premier pain medicine fellowship in the country, Carolina’s Pain Institute-Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
While at Carolina’s Pain Institute, Dr. Whitten trained under several of the most prominent physicians in pain medicine. This group of doctors literally “wrote the book” on pain medicine and gave Dr. Whitten a unique insight into the treatment of pain. Throughout his training, Dr. Whitten participated in many novel pain treatment modalities, including numerous research studies that are helping to expand treatment modalities worldwide.
Dr. Whitten is Double Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. He is well versed in the most cutting-edge pain treatment therapies. He provides personalized multimodal treatments, including medication management, interventional procedures, and alternative therapies. Dr. Whitten has expertise in spinal cord stimulation, non-opioid management, sports-related chronic pain, and vertebral augmentation.
Dr. Whitten brings country values to his medical practice. His work ethic was forged through loading semi-trailers with hay bales and checking cattle at 2:00 AM. He values honesty and integrity and will work hard to earn your trust and to “get you back to the good life.”
In his free time, Dr. Whitten enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two boys as well as hunting, fishing, farming, and physical fitness.
If pain is preventing you from living your best life, schedule a consultation with Dr. Whitten. Call Nebraska Pain Institute or use the convenient online booking tool to set up your appointment.