Randall P Brewer, MD
Founder and Medical Director
Dr. Randall Brewer, a native of Shreveport, Louisiana, graduated from Louisiana State University Medical School in 1993. Dr. Brewer underwent post-graduate training in Neurology at Emory University and Anesthesiology at Duke University. Following a fellowship in Pain Medicine at the Mayo Clinic Florida, Dr. Brewer joined the faculty of Duke University in 2001.
Since 2004 Dr. Brewer has been in clinical practice in Shreveport, Louisiana and maintains academic appointments at Duke University and Louisiana State University, where he routinely lectures in the areas of Pain Medicine and clinical Neuroscience in the Department of Neurology and the Medical school. He has also served on the Scientific Review and Guidelines Committee for the American Academy of Pain Medicine and serves as a delegate of the AAPM for the North American Spine Society Low Back Pain Guidelines committee. Earlier this year Dr. Brewer was the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award through the American Academy of Pain Medicine at the AAPM 35th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. The honor recognizes an individual every year for commitment and contributions to the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
In addition to his clinical practice Dr. Brewer has more than 15 years’ experience leading clinical trials as Principal Investigator, and has further committed to the future of medical research becoming a Certified Principal Investigator. His clinical research has included investigator-initiated and sponsored trials of pharmaceutical and medical device development.
In his local community, Dr. Brewer has contributed to public health education through editorial columns in the local newspaper and regularly hosts the local public radio station’s weekly public health information program, Health Matters.
Misty Anthony-McAllister, PA-C
Misty is a National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants board certified Physician Assistant and is licensed by the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners. She completed her Bachelors of Cardiopulmonary Science at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport and later her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in 2015. Prior to working at River Cities Interventional Pain Specialists, she worked in urgent care assisting in emergency medicine.
Misty has a passion for patient education and advocacy and is dedicated to providing quality and compassionate care to her patients.
Carrie Bubenzer, PA-C
After graduating from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Carrie earned her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport in 2012. During her various clinical rotations, she gained hands-on experience in areas including orthopaedics, emergency medicine, family medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, and more. Carrie began her career as a Physician Assistant in Orthopaedics before joining River Cities Interventional Pain Specialists in 2021. She has worked one-on-one alongside Dr. Randal Brewer as his first assist in the operating room her professional experience includes working as a physical therapy tech in Ruston.
As a provider she strives to use a comprehensive team approach with multi-modal treatment plans including behavioral and physical modifications, physical rehabilitation, conservative pharmacological therapy and interventional procedures to improve the overall health and quality of life for her patients.
Karen Beabout, PA-C
Karen earned her Master of Physician Assistant Studies from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport and is board certified by the National Commission for Certification of Physician Assistants. She received her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport.
Karen has extensive experience in a wide variety of medical fields including pain management and hematology/oncology. Her experience extends to clinical research, acting as Sub-Investigator on numerous clinical trials along-side Dr. Brewer researching indications such as low back pain, fibromyalgia, and neuropathy. She has a particular interest in the multi-modal treatment of pain to optimize functionality and minimize suffering.
Prior to becoming a Physician Assistant, Karen was a member of the United States Air Force earning several medals of achievement while serving her country. During her service time, she was introduced to the Physician Assistant field, which inspired her to pursue her career in healthcare.
Terry Eberhardt, PT
For more than 40 years, Terry has dedicated his professional career to serving the sports medicine and rehabilitation needs of Shreveport-Bossier patients. He has worked with a wide range of patients from the U.S. Water Ski Team to national sports team members, and many more. In his experience, he has treated well over 10,000 patients and continues to do so to this day.
Terry graduated from LSU Medical Center School of Allied Health Professionals with honors in 1977 and began his practice as a physical therapist with the U.S. Water Ski Team while also holding the title of Chief Physical Therapist at The Bone & Joint Clinic. He held that title for 11 years before starting his own practice in 1988, Eberhardt Physical Therapy and Wellness. After 20 years as owner and Chief Physical Therapist, Terry made the decision to retire though that did not last long. Only a few months later he found that he needed to be back in the community helping patients.
In December 2021 Terry joined River Cities Interventional Pain Specialists to help jumpstart the Physical Therapy department and we couldn’t be more thrilled.