Our Physicians

Compassionate board-certified pain specialists and their outstanding team deliver an exceptional experience


I started my career in medicine as an anesthesiologist, but moved toward pain management in an effort to do more for patients. As an interventional practitioner, I enjoy helping patients get better. I listen carefully to each patient’s unique problems in order to better help them and develop a positive relationship to implement the best treatment plan for them. My goal with patients is to give them their life back and improve their overall quality of life.

Nick Kinback, MD

Dr. Kinback grew up in Cambria County and completed his medical training in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Being an avid weightlifter with a lifelong interest in exercise and sports, Dr. Kinback naturally gravitated towards Interventional Pain Management in order to improve patients’ quality of life. He practices individualized care, treating the patient utilizing a combined approach of interventional procedures to reduce pain and rehabilitation to restore function. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, traveling, and spending time with his girlfriend and two golden retrievers, Rush and Beau.

John Baber, DO

Dr. Baber graduated from LECOM in 2007 and completed graduate medical training in Pain Medicine at Allegheny Health Network, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at UPMC, and Neuromuscular Medicine at Millcreek Hospital. Prior to joining Allegheny Pain Management, he worked as lead attending physician at Allegheny General Hospital. He is board certified and has held academic positions including Associate Program Director for the Pain Medicine Fellowship at The Institute for Pain Medicine, and Adjunct Clinical Professor at LECOM. Dr. Baber strives to provide optimal care by helping people manage their pain and improve their functional mobility, and by taking measures to prevent painful injuries from transitioning into long term pain syndromes. He enjoys the diagnostic process and providing people with the most pertinent information so they can make educated treatment decisions.

Clinical Interests: Range from conservative medication management to interventional procedures including therapeutic epidural and joint injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation, and spinal cord stimulation. Some common diagnoses treated include chronic postoperative pain, lumbar spinal stenosis, low back pain, radiculopathy, sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain, facet joint pain, complex regional pain syndrome, cervical spine pain, peripheral joint pain, fibromyalgia, DISH, peripheral neuropathy, and myofascial pain.

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