Our Pain Management Physicians
Brian T. Torgerson, MD
Dr. Brian Torgerson is a Board Certified Pain Management and Anesthesiology physician. He was born and raised in Oklahoma. He completed his undergraduate education with a summa cum laude degree in zoology from the University of Oklahoma. From there, he earned his medical doctorate at the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine. Dr. Torgerson completed his internship and residency in anesthesiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and Baptist Health System.
Following his residency, he was chosen for one of the most prestigious pain management fellowships, The Internal Pain Institute of Texas Tech University. There he worked under the tutelage of Dr. Gabor Racz, one of the most accomplished and respected interventional pain management physicians in the world.
Since 2011, Dr. Torgerson has been practicing pain management in Tulsa where he is dedicated to using a multimodal approach to pain management to provide outstanding care for his patients. Dr. Wallace and Dr. Torgerson started The Spine and Pain Center of Tulsa in 2018. Dr. Torgerson is also an active member of the Oklahoma Society of Anesthesiologists. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, traveling, staying active, and coaching his daughter’s basketball team.
Adam J. Wallace, M.D.
Dr. Adam Wallace is a Board Certified Pain Management and Anesthesiology physician. He received his undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University and completed his medical degree at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Medicine. From there he went on to his residency in Anesthesiology and his fellowship in Pain Management at the Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Education in Jacksonville, Florida. He has received board certification both in Anesthesiology and Pain Management through the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Dr. Adam Wallace moved back to Tulsa, Oklahoma and started private practice pain management in 2013. Dr. Wallace and Dr. Torgerson started The Spine and Pain Center of Tulsa in 2018. He is devoted to all aspects of interventional and medical management of chronic pain, ensuring improved function and quality of life for every one of his patients. He is also an active member of the Oklahoma Society of Anesthesiologists. Outside of his practice, Dr. Wallace enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, being outdoors, and traveling.