Goran Tubic, Md
Board-Certified Pain Management Specialist
Dr. Goran Tubic is a triple board-certified pain management specialist. He is board certified in both anesthesia and pain medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology, and he is also board certified in pain medicine by the American Board of Pain Medicine.
Dr. Tubic completed both his anesthesiology residency training and his interventional pain management fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
The founder and president of Chicagoland Pain Management Institute, Dr. Tubic also serves as medical director of the Department of Pain Management at Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital in Bolingbrook, Illinois.
Dr. Tubic is known throughout the community for his compassion and expertise. He offers a wide variety of pain management treatment options, ranging from conservative pain management protocols to the most complex and innovative interventional pain management procedures.
Dr. Tubic specializes in the use of minimally invasive techniques to treat spinal disorders. A leading practitioner of state-of-the-art techniques, he has performed over 19,000 interventional pain management procedures to date.
Dr. Tubic has been recognized in various settings for outstanding medical management and patient treatment. He received the 2014 Physician Value Award for Excellence at Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital, and he has also received Vitals’ Patient Choice Award, Top 10 Doctors in the Metro Area, and Top 10 Doctors in the State. Dr. Tubic speaks fluent English, Croatian, and Serbian.
Effective pain management can help you lead a happier, healthier life. To schedule your appointment with Dr. Goran Tubic, call Chicagoland Pain Management in Bolingbrook, IL at (630) 312-4505 or in Hinsdale, IL at (630) 856-6825. You can also use our convenient online form to request an appointment.
“I had suffered from chronic foot pain, undergone 10 foot surgeries, and taken pain medications on and off for 10 years before receiving the Axium™ Neurostimulator System. It has changed my life, I could not clean my house before without being in pain, and I was so uncomfortable that just having a blanket on my foot at night required a pain pill to sleep and now I can walk barefoot. I am not limping anymore, and I can wear shoes that I could not wear in the past. Even better, I am no longer taking pain medications for my foot. It’s amazing to have severe pain one moment and be nearly free of it the next.”
– Rosemarie W