Steve Randall, M.D.
Dr. Steve E. Randall is fellowship-trained and board-certified in interventional pain management. He is also board-certified in sports medicine, family medicine, and chiropractic. Dr. Randall completed his transitional year at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City and then continued his residency in family medicine at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth, Texas. He completed a unique two-year dual fellowship in both sports medicine and interventional pain medicine at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth, Texas and UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. In addition, Dr. Randall received a doctorate in chiropractic at Parker College of Chiropractic. During his pain management and sports medicine fellowship, he covered collegiate-level football at Southern Methodist University and Texas Christian University.
As a quadruple board-certified physician, Dr. Randall began his practice in 2011 at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City for four years and now enjoys private practice serving the Oklahoma City and metro areas. Dr. Randall serves as an assistant professor at University of Oklahoma Pain Management Fellowship Program. He uses his extensive training to treat many pain syndromes of the spine and extremities. His expertise includes interventional treatments including epidurals, sympathetic nerve blocks, radio-frequency denervation, spinal cord stimulator implants and kyphoplasty for vertebral fractures. Dr. Randall uses innovative treatments such as stem cell to treat pain syndromes and believes in using a holistic approach to care.
Certified Physician Assistant
Julie received her Bachelors degree from the University of Oklahoma in Health and Exercise Science. She earned her Masters degree from the OU Health Science Center as a Physician’s Assistant. She has worked as C-PA for the past ten years specializing in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and now Pain Management. Julie is a member of both OAPA and the AAPA.
Kendra has been working with Dr. Randall for five years. She is currently attending Oklahoma City Community College in hopes to obtain her RN degree. Kendra loves to help people and to feel that she is making a difference in their life. She explained, "We have created a family with our patients. Watching them improve and get back to their normal lives is fulfilling." Kendra loves the people that she works with in Dr. Randall's office and is inspired by these driven people who truly want to improve the lives of others in every way possible.
Cher graduated from the University of Oklahoma-Health Science Center with a Bachelors of Science in Radiologic Technology (Ultrasound). She has had 18 years of practice with this being her first year with Dr. Randall. What Cher loves most about being a sonographer is working with patients, understanding their situations and working with Dr. Randall to improve their health. Cher has been married for 20 years and has two daughters. She enjoys spending time at the lake with her family!
Cheryl started as a front desk operations clerk six years ago and since then has moved to billing. She is available to answer any questions or concerns about a patient's account. Cheryl's goal is to make sure the patient's insurance company is billed properly and to help the patient understand how their insurance is paying for their care. When she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, dogs, friends and family, and riding motorcycles.
Toni has worked with Dr. Randall since April 2015. She attended EOCTech and has worked in the orthopedic field for 15 years. Toni expressed "we always welcome our patients with a smile because we would like our patients to be comfortable from their first step into our office!" Toni has been married for 30 years to her awesome husband. She is a mom to three beautiful kids and two grandkids. Her favorite things are music, the beach, fishing, sewing, painting, & dragonflies.
Orthopedic and Pain Management experience, 13 years.
Born and raised in England.
Love to work with the public.
Had back surgery years ago, empathize with patient and pain.