Dr. Jordan Lee Tate, MD MPH, is an interventional chronic pain medicine specialist who dedicates herself to comprehensive, holistic care for her patients. She specializes in advanced neuromodulation techniques and focuses on rehabilitation with non-surgical procedures to alleviate pain. She graduated from Vanderbilt University with focused study on neuroscience and earned her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Tate obtained a Master’s degree in health education from Rollins School of Public Health at the CDC where she dedicated her thesis work to initial research on clinical opioid use, misuse, and diversion. After a residency program in physical medicine and Rehabilitation at Emory, she completed her fellowship in pain medicine at The Mayo Clinic. As an active clinician, researcher, and busy mom of three, Dr. Tate is also passionate about traveling, education, and wellness. She practices in North Georgia at Alliance Spine and Pain Centers and directs several research projects on spinal cord stimulation and runs a subspecialty clinic on chronic pelvic pain.
- Alliance Spine and Pain
- Jasper, GA