Dr. Gene Slocum joined Bridger Orthopedic as a non-opiod interventional pain management specialist in 2011 and is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is fellowship trained in Interventional Pain Management and specializes in conservative treatments of spinal pain and various peripheral pain syndromes.
Through his training and practical experience, he has gained a comprehensive knowledge base in many aspects of interventional pain management including Transforaminal and Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injections, Medial Branch Blocks, Interarticular Facet Blocks, Intrathecal Pump and Dorsal Column Stimulator placements, Cryoablation, Radio Frequency Ablation, Botulinum Toxin Injections, Regional Blocks and covering Acute Pain Service.
Dr. Slocum and his team believe in continuity of care and consistently work with both traditional and alternative providers including Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, and Massage Therapists to find the most successful treatment options for their patients. He has an acute understanding of how chronic pain can limit quality of life for his patients and works diligently to discover individualized treatment options to help them return to the lives they want to live.
Dr. Slocum is a Whitefish, Montana native and is a proud, US Army veteran, serving as a Squad Leader/Sergeant with Airborne infantry in Operation Just Cause and Operation Desert Storm. He currently serves as the president of the Rocky Mountain Surgical Center Board.
“I want to thank you for the care I have received over the past several weeks. I especially wish to convey my thanks to you & Cary, for helping to get me scheduled and so promptly returning my calls and answering my questions.”
“Thank you so much for your brilliance and knowledge. The injection worked and I went from night to day. Your job is so demanding and difficult yet you project confidence, a smile for your patient and staff. Again so many thanks.”
“I would like to thank each of you for your attention to me over the past ten months...you have a most gentle and caring rapport...you generate hope and confidence that life will get better...because of the excellent care I have received, I consider myself blessed.”