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About Us

Our treatments include a variety of highly effective options that are designed around the very latest in pain treatment research and technology. Cy-Pain & Spine will work with you to determine which treatment options will provide you with the best results, in the shortest time possible.

Dr. Baominh Vinh


Dr. Baominh P. Vinh is a fellowship-trained interventional pain physician, board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology. He dedicates himself to providing advanced, comprehensive and expert pain management. His goal is to help patients regain their pain-free lifestyle, by tailoring a unique treatment plan for each individual patient. Dr. Vinh has spent years serving the country as a United States Naval Officer. After his military career, he devoted years to helping patients in the medical community, treating them with compassion, empathy and respect. He pays personal attention to every patient, thoroughly evaluating and competently treating all forms of chronic pain. He has also volunteered his medical services in Guatemala, as well as in the Vietnamese community. Dr. Vinh earned his bachelor of science from the U.S. Naval Academy. He then received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, where he was named Medical Student of the Year. He then continued his medical training as an anesthesiology resident at U.T. Medical School, where he was named Junior Resident of the Year and served as the Chief Resident. Afterwards, he completed his fellowship in interventional pain management at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he served as the Chief Fellow. He continues to be a principal researcher in pain medicine and has been selected to present his research projects at the American Pain Society and Texas Pain Society annual meetings.

Dr. Vinh


Dr. Brian Bruel is an Interventional Pain Medicine Specialist and Physiatrist. Prior to joining Cy-Pain & Spine, he worked as a tenured Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where he was the Director of Pain Medicine and Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He was previously an Associate Professor in the Department of Pain Medicine, Division of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He completed his internship in Internal Medicine at the New York Medical College. He was Chief Resident at Baylor College of Medicine in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, where he was awarded the Outstanding Resident Teacher of the Year and Resident Achievement Award. He completed a fellowship in 2007 at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Pain Medicine. Dr. Bruel is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine and Obesity Medicine. He is a member of the North American Neuromodulation Society, Texas Pain Society where he serves as President and is one of the founders of the Cancer Pain Research Consortium and is a Past President. He has received numerous awards, including Baylor College of Medicine – Faculty Clinical Achievement Award, Best Doctors in America, Castle Connolly Top Doctor and Texas Monthly Rising Star in PM&R. He has clinical and research interest in Neuromodulation for pain and spasticity, cancer survivorship pain and minimally invasive spine intervention.

Dr. Bruel

Dr. Ian Lipski is a fellowship-trained interventional pain physician. He employs a comprehensive multi-modal approach to pain management. He focuses on improved functionality, decreased pain, and better quality of life for his patients. He utilizes evidence-based medicine to assist with individualized, personalized care that will enhance overall wellness and quality of life. Dr. Lipski received his medical degree from the University of Texas at Houston medical school. Afterwards, he completed a residency in anesthesiology at the University of Texas at Houston. He then spent the next fourteen years as an anesthesiologist (Clinical Associate Professor) at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center where he specialized in neuro-anesthesia, regional anesthesia, and acute postoperative pain management. He completed his fellowship training at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and recently joined Dr. Vinh and Dr. Bruel at Cy-Pain and Spine. Dr. Lipski applies a patient-centric philosophy when he treats his patients. He utilizes a team model approach for every patient, every time. He is passionate about treating pain in individuals who suffer from chronic pain.


Dr. Lipski

Rosa Rances is a board-certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with training and experience in various medical settings such as emergency, medical-surgical, psychiatric, and corporate nursing. Her clinical experience as a nurse practitioner is mainly focused on providing comprehensive pain management to patients. Rosa was a state university scholar at The Bicol University, Philippines, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She obtained her master’s degree at Walden University, Minnesota. She is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and is a current member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American Nurses Association, and Texas Nurses Association. Rosa is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree at The University of Texas-Arlington to create positive healthcare outcomes for the chronic pain patient population by translating evidence, improving quality patient care, and developing measures to resolve a specific gap in healthcare delivery. As a healthcare provider, Rosa proactively demonstrates compassion to patients to provide the best possible treatment and improve patient outcomes.

Rosa Rances, N.P.


Jane Nguyen is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Jane earned both her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree and her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Prior to joining Cy-Pain & Spine, Jane spent years working in the surgical fields specializing in gynecology, urology, kidney transplant, and general surgery. Jane enjoys meeting with and listening to patients to truly understand their individual circumstances and goals. She works cooperatively with patients to develop custom treatment plans that help to reduce pain and optimize the quality of life. She believes in a comprehensive approach that utilizes evidence-based therapy, medication, and procedures to improve the patient’s daily function. The best part of her job is forming long lasting relationships with patients and seeing them return to the activities they love.

Jane Nguyen, N.P.

Patient and Nurse


Patient and Nurse


I have been seeing Dr. Bruel going on almost 10 years after I was injured in the line of duty on Thanksgiving morning in 2011. I was a Firefighter/Paramedic and we were  on the scene of a 18 wheeler accident and I had another 18 wheeler come through the scene and hit me, dragging me appropriately 65ft down the Hwy. making me lose my dominant arm and my other one is pinned together.  They said it was a miracle that I didn’t pass away.  I have had 40 surgeries and have been in severe pain since that has happened.  Dr. Bruel is  absolutely an amazing Dr with controlling my pain as much as he can!!  I will continue to use this Dr as long as needed!!


I have been Dr. Vinh's patient since he opened his clinic. I followed him from another pain management facility because he is so caring and he really listens and  asks questions. He has helped decrease the intensity of my pain by doing nerve blocks and by medication. The nerve blocks have worked so well that I rarely need medication anymore. I have recommended him to several friends and to strangers that I have learned were in need of an AWESOME Pain Management Doctor! His entire office staff is phenomenal and they are all caring and compassionate! As long as I need pain management... I will be faithful to staying with Dr. Vinh!


Dr. Vinh is an incredible doctor. His staff is always helpful and courteous. While I live in pain, I always leave his office with a smile on my face. Dr. Vinh genuinely cares about his patients. I've never ever felt like just another number on the daily docket of patients.

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