Dr. Brent B. Belvin
Micro Pain Institute
(214) 383-9270

Dr. Brent B. Belvin is a native Texan, born and raised in the Dallas-Ft. Worth
area. After graduating from the world-renowned St. Mark’s School of
Texas, he attended Baylor University, where he majored in Psychology. He
achieved high honors throughout his academic career, including the
prestigious James H. Landis Scholarship for Academic Excellence. He led the
Baylor lacrosse team in assists in 1993, pushing the team towards their first
regional championship. He then attended Texas Tech School of Medicine
where he received his MD in 1999. His internship year was spent “in the
trenches� at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth. Always pushing for
cutting edge techniques, he was the first physician at JPS to use tissue
plasminogen activator (TPA) for an acute stroke in an ER setting. This
experience was followed by his residency in Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation at UT Southwestern in Dallas, where he formed the foundation
of his future in interventional pain management. He took a special interest in
ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease) spending
his elective time researching shoulder pain in this debilitating disease. He
presented his findings at the UT Southwestern Annual Scientific Research
Conference in 2003.
Always seeking new pain management techniques and skills, Dr. Belvin trained with the International Spinal Intervention Society
(ISIS) and Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports, and Occupational Rehabilitation (PASSOR) at training courses where he learned
up-to-the-second procedural skills from expert physician educators. He further honed his pain control expertise  by training with Dr.
Gabor Racz, the world-renowned interventional pain expert, and distinguished director of the International Pain Institute at Texas
Tech University Health Sciences Center.  Ever the student, Dr. Belvin also attended training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
to perform prolotherapy as well as ultrasound guided musculoskeletal injections.

Dr. Belvin’s professional career started as a single physician practice, doing traditional inpatient PM&R. He grew that practice
into Spinal Rehabilitation Associates, a group of 4 pain management physicians, 6 practitioners, and 7 locations throughout North
Texas. After ten years in group practice, he sought a new challenge. Dr. Belvin again went out on his own, opening Belvin Pain
Management in Frisco in 2012, and the Micro Pain Institute in Allen and Plano in 2013. He currently serves as the medical director
for Frisco Surgery Center in Frisco, and Park Surgery Center in Plano. He is also on staff at numerous local hospitals, including
Medical Center of Plano, Texas Health Presbyterian in Plano, Centennial Hospital in Frisco, and Baylor Hospital in Plano. He
provides interventional pain management services throughout Collin County.

Dr. Belvin resides in Dallas, and remains very active in his community. He serves his fellow citizens through the Collin County
Medical Society, and provides pain management to low income residents through Project Access-Collin County. He has served as
the physician for Camp John Marc, a camp for kids with severe burn injuries. He participates in Rock Docs, a group of physicians
who provide medical services to travelling artists, musicians, theater groups, and ballet companies in the Dallas area. He has served
as the Official Doctor of the Hardline (a popular sports radio show) and as the team doctor for Garland High School. He was named
Best Pain Management Doctor in Frisco by the Reader’s Choice Awards. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two young
boys. His personal interests are in gourmet cooking, coaching lacrosse, and snow skiing. He loves all things Texas, and spends his
weekends riding horses and travelling this great State of ours. When he retires, which may never happen, he plans to open a food
truck serving BBQ.