Pain clinic opening in Midwest City
By Jeff Harrison
Commercial development is popping up on S. Sooner Rd. in Midwest City.
Randall Pain Management is opening a new 4,000-square-foot medical office with a surgical suite as well as a separate 7,500-square-foot building for retail. The development is located at 1732 S. Sooner Rd., just north of the intersection with Tinker Diagonal.
The pain management clinic plans to relocate to the new space from their current location at 5104 S. Sooner Rd. in Oklahoma City. The new building will better suit the needs of the staff and patients.
“With our new office, we will have significant improvement in parking space, a fully functioning procedure suite and more clinic space,” said Kendra Thompson, practice administrator. “The site is a better location with easy access and visibility.”
Randall Pain Management cares for patients, 16 years and older, for back pain, neck pain, joint pain, muscular pain, varicose veins, motor vehicle accident injuries, work injuries and more.
“Most of our treatments are interventional based where procedures and surgeries are performed in a hospital setting or in our private surgical suite,” Thompson said. “We also offer responsible medication management. Our goal is to help patients who are injured return to a functional quality of life with the least-invasive treatments possible.”
The practice was started by Dr. Steve Randall in 2015 after working at a hospital for several years. They originally shared a clinic with a local orthopedic surgeon but moved to their current space in October 2018. The clinic leased office space with hopes of building.
“Our new office has been completely customized by our employees to fit theirs and patients’ needs most efficiently,” Thompson said.
Randall Pain Management also has a location in north Oklahoma City.
Construction began in mid-May. The new office is expected to be open in early February 2023.
The retail space is currently open for lease.
A church had been located on the property for several years and was demolished in 2019. Oklahoma County records show that Avenstar Pain Specialists PLLC purchased the property in March 2021 for $875,000.