STATE OF THE ART
MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN

At Lake Washington Pain Management we are very successful at realizing our primary goals of improving our patient's comfort level and function, making life "liveable" again.

STATE OF THE ART
MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN

At Lake Washington Pain Management we are very successful at realizing our primary goals of improving our patient's comfort level and function, making life "liveable" again.

Affordable Cost

Our clinic helps your pain while not hurting your wallet.

Professional Staff

Over 25 year experience in pain management.

Insurance partners

We work with several insurances in Washington.

Advanced Machines

State of the art medical equipment to help you heal.

Lake Washington Pain Management

We specialize in the use of prescription medications for the management of chronic pain. By utilizing the full range of modern pain relieving medications, in conjunction with other therapies when indicated, we are very successful at realizing our primary goals of improving our patient's comfort level and function, making life "liveable" again. We are happy to take on new patients to optimize and manage their daily pain medication regimens.

We also perform several pain relieving procedures at our clinic which include lumbar epidural steroid injections, myofascial trigger point injections, and joint, tendon, and bursa injections. If we feel a patient might benefit from procedures that we don't offer and the patient agrees, we can make arrangements for the patient to be seen by one of our many excellent interventional pain management colleagues.

David Naibert, MD

Provider

Dr. Naibert is a double graduate of the University of Washington where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and Immunology and then his MD degree. He started postgraduate residency training in Anesthesiology and Pain Management but was diverted by life events that included active duty as a trauma doctor in the US Army in Saudi Arabia during the Persian Gulf War. After the war he moved to rural Montana and practiced Family and Emergency Medicine. Several years later he came full circle when he moved back to Seattle and started practicing Pain Management in 2006. In 2012 Dr. Naibert passed the credentailing examination of the American Academy of Pain Management and became a Diplomat of the Academy. Additionally, Dr. Naibert has extensive training and experience in Addiction Medicine and is a certified Suboxone prescriber. In his leisure time, Dr Naibert enjoys "too many" hobbies which include boating, white water rafting, bow hunting for elk, horseback riding and wilderness horse packing, retriever training and duck hunting, scuba diving, backpacking, fishing, camping, computers, and photography (the header photo on this website and the photos in the office are by Dr. Naibert).

Mary Weber, ARNP

Provider

Mary is a Montana native relocating from Missoula to Seattle in May of 2011. She graduated from Montana State University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in nursing and went on to complete her master's degree at Gonzaga University in 2006 becoming a nurse practitioner. Her background includes family practice and emergency medicine working in a variety of settings from a large urban hospital to functioning as a solo practitioner in a small rural community. She joined Dr. Naibert's pain management practice in September of 2011. Mary enjoys spending her free time in the outdoors skiing, cycling, hiking, camping and mountain biking.

Amy Mensing, MA, BA

Clinic Manager

Amy is a lifelong Seattle native who received her Bachelor of Arts degree in business from Central Washington University and then moved to Sun Valley, Idaho for a few years of skiing and working in Ketchum Idaho. After moving back to Seattle she attended Everest College and received her Medical Assistant degree. Amy has worked in chronic pain since 2005. She enjoys outdoor and indoor sports.

Call our office at 425-678-8534
to get the scheduling process started.

Our practice is currently open and accepting new patients. Wait time for appointments is currently very short. We can schedule an initial assessment as soon as we receive the necessary medical records in our office. You must be referred to us by your primary care provider (PCP) or whichever other provider (surgeon, physiatrist, etc.) is currently handling your pain management. If you are struggling with chronic pain issues, most providers are very happy to fax us a consultation request along with copies of your records.