Welcome to Beacon Pain Clinic
"Dr. Guy is pleased to welcome you to Beacon Pain Clinic in the Treasure Valley. She provides pain management services and interventional spine procedures."
How can Beacon Pain Clinic help you?
"Rebekah Guy MD is Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and specializes in pain management. Her focus as a physiatrist is to provide non-surgical treatment alternatives to conditions that have resulted from either disease or injury. She begins with a thorough history and evaluation of each patient, which enables her to design a treatment plan that combines medication, injections, physical therapy and therapeutic exercises. The goal is to restore function and quality of life, while taking into account the patient as a whole and not just the problem area. She treats each patient they way she would want her family to be treated."
"Our goal is to communicate openly with patients so that together we can make decisions and choices based on what is best for each patient and what will bring the most value to their life. We take the time to assess the patient's needs and implement a treatment plan that will benefit them now and in the future - ultimately, the goal is to increase the quality of life. "
"Dr Guy's background is in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, otherwise known as Physiatry. In Physiatry, the focus is on restoring or improving function. This is done by developing a comprehensive program that takes into consideration all the main aspects of a person's life, including medical, vocational, social and emotional factors. Dr. Guy will work with you to establish what your goals are and devise a treatment plan to best restore function and achieve those goals."
Dr. Guy did both her undergraduate degree and medical school at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. Following medical school, she moved to Birmingham, Alabama, where she did an internship at Baptist Hospital Princeton and residency at the University of Alabama Birmingham. She then did additional fellowship training in interventional spine procedures for pain at the Alabama Orthopedics Center.