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Specialty 1: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - Physiatry

Specialty 2: Pain Management - Medicine

Keywords/Search Terms: Spine: Epidural Steroid Injections, Spinal Cord Stimulation, RFN, Joint Injections Sacroiliac Joint Pain, Lumbar Sympathetic Block, Stellate Ganglion Block. Traumatic Brian Injury, Concussion, Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury. Trauma, Amputation, Motor Vehicle Accident, Worker's Compensation, Opioids, Railroad Injury, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Whiplash, SI Joint Pain, Pain and Suffering, EMG-NCS, Botox, Impairment and/or Disability



Years in Practice: 15

  • 10 years performing IMEs
  • 20 IMEs performed
  • Deposed/Testified 20 times

IME Training: SEAK and ABIME

Additional Information

Dr. Sipple began his career as a physician on faculty at the Shirley Ryan Ability, the leading Rehabilitation Hospital in the United States in U.S. News and World Report for over 30 years running. He staffed the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab Pain Center and the American Academy of Pain Medicine Center of Excellence before working alongside former Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies team physicians at Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Specialists, P.C. Dr. Sipple took full Orthopedic Surgery Call. Subsequently, Dr. Sipple was on staff at the Mayo Clinic in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, via the Pain Clinic of Northwestern Wisconsin in a high-volume, Anesthesia-based interventional pain practice. Thereafter, Dr. Sipple led the turnaround of the HealthEast Spine Center as Medical Director and Service line Medical Director, growing volume over an order of magnitude over two years. He subsequently served as an interventional physiatrist at Midwest Spine and Brain Institute for 7 years, caring for complex spine and pain patients. He is double-board certified. This background provides clinical expertise for the medical-legal community. ​On the policy side, Dr. Sipple is a Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics (SBMT) member, previously serving on the board of directors. As a NASA spinout thinktank and a legacy of President Obama’s Brain Initiative, SBMT has successfully lobbied the US Department of Commerce for $500 Million Tech Park Initiative to fast-track therapeutics. In addition to supporting national policy, Dr. Sipple has represented the US Delegation to the Neuroscience 20 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Osaka, Japan, and New Delhi, India to lobby the G20 to fully include Neuroscience. Thinktank papers on COVID-19 and Neurological disease, co-authored by Dr. Sipp