Thomas Stauss, MD is a lifelong resident of Wisconsin. He received his undergraduate and medical education at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. For him, having a wide variety of innovative treatment options with which to work assures that his patients’ discomfort can be addressed effectively and that their quality of life can be greatly improved.

His goal is to respect the dignity of each individual patient and to provide ethical delivery of professional services. He has clinical expertise in implanted devices to treat chronic pain. Recently, Dr Stauss participated as a principle investigator in two research studies. One using neuromodulation to treat chronic back and leg pain, another to treat painful diabetic neuropathy.


  • Board Certified in Pain Management
  • Board Certified in Anesthesiology


  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Thomas Stauss, MD

Gregory Cavanaugh, PA-C

Greg is a lifelong resident of Wisconsin who received his bachelors degree from UW Milwaukee and Master’s degree from Marquette University as a Physician Assistant (Physician Associate as the title recently changed) in 1999. He began his PA career with Emergency Medicine, then Cardiology and peripheral vascular medicine and then interventional pain medicine since 2004.

He was an EMT on a private ambulance service for 15 years in Milwaukee, spent some time in the Army Reserve as a Tanker and even worked as a Correctional Officer/Prison Guard for a while. Before those adventures he was blessed to be on stage in many musical productions and even spent a couple years in summer-stock theatre and singing industrial shows for large corporations.


  • Physician Assistant-Certified (PA-C)


  • Marquette University
  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee