Tibor Racz, MD, is a pain management and regenerative medicine physician at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine’s Addison, Plano, and Rockwall, Texas, locations. He has decades of experience working with difficult patient cases, treating them as opportunities, not challenges.
With a special interest in neuromodulation for pain and intrathecal pump therapy for pain and spasticity, Dr. Racz is committed to helping patients navigate through pain and improve their livelihood with cutting-edge medical care and exceptional service.
Dr. Racz earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Galveston and completed his internship in internal medicine at Methodist Dallas Medical Center. Dr. Racz finished up his medical training with a residency in anesthesiology at Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and a fellowship in chronic pain management at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock. There, he learned under the tutelage of his father, Dr. Gabor Racz, who is an internationally recognized specialist in pain management.
Innovative technology and treatments help patients suffering from chronic migraine, arthritis, joint, back, neck, sciatica, and cancer pain get the relief they long for in the care of Dr. Racz. He offers regenerative medicine, including stem cell injections and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, steroid injections, spinal cord stimulator implantation, intrathecal pain pumps, and Vertiflex® Superion® treatment for spinal stenosis.
Dr. Racz maintains his advanced credentials with continuing education. He is board-certified in both anesthesiology and pain medicine. Dr. Racz compassionately welcomes new patients to Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine.