Shamsideen Musa, MD, MS
Fellowship Trained Interventional Pain Physician and Anesthesiologist at Algone Interventional Pain Center
Dr. Shamsideen Musa is originally from Chicago, Illinois and completed his Bachelors of Science in Molecular & Cellular Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. During college, he attended the Summer Health Professions Education Program at Yale University, was awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship, and was one of only 10 students nationwide to receive the prestigious National Institutes of Health Undergraduate Scholarship.
He was subsequently admitted into the University of Chicago Medical Scientist Training Program, where he earned a Masters Degree in Cancer Biology after performing research at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. He returned to the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine to complete his Doctorate of Medicine.
After medical school, Dr Musa attended the University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and completed his residency training in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management. Next, he was accepted into the ACGME accredited University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Pain Medicine Fellowship.
During his fellowship, he presented his work at the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) Regional conference, and was awarded an additional scholarship for training in Advanced Neuromodulation Techniques by ASRA. He is also a member of the North American Neuromodulation Society. While being appointed as a Faculty Anesthesiologist at UT San Antonio, he also has broadened his scope of training in addiction medicine and served as the Assistant Medical Director at an Opiate Addiction Treatment Center.
Dr. Musa will bring a diverse experience and the newest innovations in the field of pain management to Algone. He and his wife enjoy traveling, cooking, and are excited to explore all that Alaska has to offer!
- Back Pain
- Chronic Migraines
- Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
- Compression Fractures
- Failed Back Surgery
- Herniated Discs
- Knee Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Neuropathic Pain
- Painful Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Shoulder Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Botox for Chronic Migraines
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Neuromodulation/ Spinal Cord Stimulator
- Opioid Free Pain Management
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Selective Nerve Root Blocks
- Targeted Drug Delivery
- Vertebroplasty/ Kyphoplasty
- Bachelors of Science in Molecular & Cellular Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Master's Degree in Cancer Biology at Unicersity of Chicago Medical Scientist Training Program
- Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Chicago Pritzer School of Medicine
- Anesthesiology and Pain Management Residency at the University of Southwestern Medical Center
- Pain Medicine Fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio Pain Medicine Fellowship.
- 2017: Advanced Neuromodulation Comprehensive Hands-on Workshop with Practical Case Management for the Future Implanters Scholarship Recipient
- 2012: High Jump Fundraising Banquet Keynote Speaker
- 2011: Aetna/NMF Healthcare Leadership Award
- 2010: Project Health “Best Presentation” Award
- 2010: 3rd place Diamond Consulting “BiPulley” Case Competition
- 2009: Cancer Biology Teacher Assistant of the Year
- 2004: NIH Undergraduate Research Scholarship Recipient
- 2002: Multicultural Scholar
- 2002: Ventures Scholar
- 2001: Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
- North American Modulation Society
- Zhang, J., S. Li, et al. (2009). "Dynein light intermediate chain in Aspergillus nidulans is essential for the interaction between heavy and intermediate chains." J Biol Chem 284(50): 34760-8.
- Jun Zhang , Liqin Wang , Lei Zhuang , Liang Huo, Shamsideen Musa , Shihe Li, Xin Xiang (2008) Arp11 Affects Dynein–Dynactin Interaction and is Essential for Dynein Function in Aspergillus nidulans. Traffic 9(7):1073-87