David M. Hirsch, D.O.
For many years Dr. Hirsch has been utilizing ultrasound guided injections as the state of the art technique to inject patients’ joints, tendon sheaths and nerves. He has many hours of advanced training in musculoskeletal ultrasound in order to provide the most effective, precise and economical injection techniques.
Dr. Hirsch has combined the utilization of STEM CELL injections for pain and regenerative capabilities with the specificity of utilizing ultrasound to deliver cells to the exact intended location.
Dr. Hirsch and Dr. Hall just completed an in-house, fifteen patient unpublished study with STEM CELLS with very promising results for pain relief and activities of daily living.
Dr. Hirsch is a specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He earned his specialty degree (D.O.) from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. He earned his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (School of Osteopathic Medicine) in 1987. He attained a full scholarship for medical school through the United States military (Army). He later served in his specialty at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. He completed his military obligation as a Major in rank in 1994.
He is a Fellow in EMG’s and nerve conduction studies called Electrodiagnostic Medicine from the American Academy of Neuromuscular Medicine. His Electrodiagnostic lab at South Texas Spinal Clinic is one of only two Board Certified EMG Labs in San Antonio.
David Hirsch has been a partner at South Texas Spinal Clinic since 1994. He is the pain physician among his 14 spinal orthopedic surgeon partners.
Dr. Hirsch has been practicing pain management since 1991. He is a Diplomate from the American Academy of Pain Management.
He has a special interest in ultrasound medicine for both diagnostics and pain procedures. He is a member of AIUM (American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine). Ultrasound guided injections are an effective way to deliver medicines (Stem Cell Therapy, Plasma Rich Plasma or cortisone) into the affected joint, bursa, tendon sheath, muscle or disc space.