Megan Bridges is a Southern California native and attended California State University Bakersfield for her undergraduate degree. During school and after graduation she worked at a level 2 Trauma Center in one of the busiest emergency rooms in Southern California, where she worked her way up from charge nurse to mobile intensive care nurse and then assistant director. She later went on to pursue her graduate degree at University of Phoenix in Pasadena, where she obtained her Family Nurse Practitioner license. She was subsequently board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
After completing her degree, she gained experience as a nurse practitioner in the fields of family practice, urgent care, and pediatrics. She moved to Texas with her family in 2014 and that is where she gained the passion to help people suffering from chronic pain to become pain free and obtain optimal results through physical therapy, minimally invasive procedures, and other modalities for the benefit of the patient. Megan has worked in the field of pain medicine for the last 6 years and brings to the practice wide breath of knowledge chronic pain management and procedures.
Megan likes to use a holistic and integrative approach to her care for patients. She has vast experience in low back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome, neuropathic pain, and other chronic pain related conditions.