Reginald J Newsome, M.D. received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Neurosciences Concentration and a Minor in Chemistry from Duke University. He went on to medical school at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio. He chose to stay in Texas and transferred to the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston for his general surgery internship and Anesthesiology residency, where he had extensive exposure to orthopedic trauma, sports medicine, and pain management. After residency, he decided to pursue his passion for Sports Medicine and soon became the Medical Director at the Texas Sports Medicine Institute and Chief Anesthesiologist of their Regional Anesthesia and Acute pain service. After 3 years of working in that capacity, he chose to pursue further training by completing a 1-year interventional spine/pain management fellowship in Dallas, Texas at the Solar Health Pain Management Institute under the tutelage of Dr. Mohammed Zulquarnain and Dr. Haroon Rasheed. Currently, he uses a comprehensive, integrative, and holistic approach that offers alternative medicine therapies and the most innovative, minimally invasive procedures alongside medication management. Furthermore, Dr. Newsome is passionate about health, wellness, and nutrition and continues to research these subjects. His current research involves regenerative medicine and the use of stem cells in the pain management and interventional spine sector of medicine. He often travels abroad to further his education on this subject.