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Dr. Phillip Keck, PHD

Psychology, Telemedicine
Richmond, VA 23233 (1 other location)
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About Dr. Phillip Keck PHD

Dr. Phillip Keck, PHD is a doctor primarily located in Richmond, VA, with another office in Richmond, VA. His specialties include Psychology, Telemedicine. He speaks English.

Locations

Dr. Phillip Keck has 2 locations

Advanced Medical Group 1630 Wilkes Ridge Pkwy Ste 203 Richmond, VA 23233
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Advanced Medical Group 1630 Wilkes Ridge Pkwy Ste 105 Richmond, VA 23233
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Specialties

Dr. Phillip Keck has the following 2 SPECIALTIES

Psychology
Telemedicine

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More about Dr. Phillip Keck

Chronic pain is defined as both a sensory and emotional experience. For many, the condition may impact thoughts, feelings, mood, life roles, and social situations.

Phillip S. Keck, Ph.D, LCP joined the National Spine and Pain Centers’ Richmond, Va. office in Winter 2019 to help the treatment team better understand the complex nature of chronic pain by developing a comprehensive pain psychology service. The program includes presurgical and psychological pain assessments and evidence-based behavioral pain treatment. These services will be provided in both the traditional office setting in Richmond, VA and serve the greater National Spine and Pain community via telehealth centers throughout Virginia.

“At NSPC, we are committed to integrating a comprehensive and biopsychosocial approach to pain care addressing both sides of the pain experience, physical and emotional,” he said. “This is how the best outcomes in pain management are achieved.”

Dr. Keck has expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain (Pain-CBT), an evidence-based approach designed to target pain and psychological distress while improving physical and life-role functioning by decreasing unhelpful pain beliefs and behaviors, increasing wellness efforts and expanding self-management coping skills for pain.