Jacob E. Abraham, M.D.
Founder - Advanced Interventional Pain Mgmt
Dr. Abraham completed his training in Anesthesiology and Pain Management at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville,TN. He grew up in Georgia where he obtained a BS in Microbiology at the University of Georgia. He obtained his medical degree (MD) at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Abraham moved to Arkansas in the mid-1990's and has been practicing pain management in the Hot Springs area since 1996.
Dr. Abraham's focus of practice is minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedures under x-ray guidance to reduce patient's chronic spine related pain. Some of the common procedures include epidural steroids, sacroiliac joint injections, facet joint injections, radiofrequency facet nerve ablations, genicular nerve ablations for chronic knee pain and spinal cord stimulators.
Dr. Abraham is a member of the Arkansas Medical Society, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, American Academy of Pain Medicine and the International Spine Intervention Society. He is Board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology and the American Board of Pain Medicine.
Mo Khan, M.D.
Mohammed I. Khan, MD joins us from HealthCare Express Pain Management in Texarkana, Texas where he served for the past three years as Medical Director. Prior to this Dr. Khan served as Medical Director at Pinnacle Pain Center in Washington State. He was raised in Dallas, Texas and is a Dallas Cowboys fan. He received his doctorate of medicine from Texas Tech University where he received several awards. At the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center he completed his Interventional Pain Management Fellowship in addition to serving as the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Administrative Chief Resident. Dr. Khan is double Board-certified in Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine and Pain Management. His special interests in medicine include interventional pain management as well as multimodal treatments for acute and chronic pain conditions. In his free time Dr. Khan enjoys golfing, being outdoors and spending time with baby daughter, Saffa, and his wife Dr. Asma S. Khan who has recently joined CHI St. Vincent’s Family medicine group.
Chris A. Jarvis, APRN-BC/MSC
Chris is a native Arkansan who grew up in and graduated from Kirby High School in Kirby, Arkansas. He served almost four years in the U.S. Air Force after high school serving in Germany, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. In 1995, he began working for the Little Rock Police Department. While at LRPD he completed the paramedic program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He also served an additional three years in the Arkansas Air National Guard. Chris attended nursing school at Baptist Health College of Nursing. He spent several years working as a Registered Nurse and nursing supervisor in the Emergency Departments at Southwest Regional Medical Center, UAMS, and Saline Memorial Hospital. He completed the Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program at Walden University and is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Chris holds the following degrees:
- Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Sciences from UAMS
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing from UALR
- Masters of Science in Nursing from Walden University
- Currently completing the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from UAMS
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his children. He also volunteered for over 20 years as a Fire Fighter/Paramedic and currently serves with the Turtle Creek Fire Department in Saline County.
Angel Samuel grew up in Los Angeles, CA and Lockesburg, AR. She completed her B.S.N , R.N in 2006 from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences. She began her career at CHI St Vincent in LIttle Rock, AR as a Critical Care Nurse for 6.5 years. She also worked at Arkansas Chidren's Hospital for 3.5 years she decided to pursue her dream to become a Nurse Practitioner in 2014. she completed her Masters in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner with Walden University in 2016. She is board certified by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She began her career as an A.P.N. with Arkansas Pain Management in Searcy, AR. She joined Advanced Interventional Pain Management in December 2017. She is dedicated to helping and caring for others. Also from work she enjoys spending time with her daughter, family and traveling.
"A transparent relationship with the patient has always been important to me. The patients who experience great success from their treatment with us and can now do things they haven't been able to do in years, that's what makes our specialty so amazing! It's all about improving their quality of life." Kayla Hulsey, Practice Manager
Kayla began her career in the medical field ten years ago when she enlisted as an active duty Medic in the United States Army. She later completed an Associate of Applied Science and an Associate of Arts with emphasis in business fundamentals. Prior to pain management, she worked in psychiatry, addiction medicine, and emergency.
Kayla is a single mom to Jackson and Memphis and enjoys spending time with them during her free time. Her other interests include sports, traveling, working out, and hitting the lake during the summer.
Heather Moreland joined Advanced Interventional Pain in January of 2019 as the Clinical Director of the Ambulatory Surgery Center.
She graduated with her Associate’s degree in 2010 from National Park Community College.Prior to Advanced Interventional Pain, she worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Baptist in Little Rock, Spring Creek Surgery Center, and St Vincent Medical Center. She was able to develop her nursing skills as well as leadership abilities. She has a passion for caring for people.
While managing the surgery center is her primary job function by day, she also enjoys watching her three children grow. Heather resides in Malvern with her husband, Don and her three kids, Austin, Dylan, and Katie.