Meet the Staff

Our expert staff is dedicated to improving your functionality and helping you manage your pain and regain control of your life.



Jeffrey S. Wang, MD

Anesthesiologist, Chronic Pain Management Specialist

Dr. Jeffrey Wang graduated from Texas A&M University College of Medicine and did a transitional internship at University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, followed by an anesthesiology residency at University of Miami. He completed his training with a fellowship in pain management at State University of New York in Syracuse. Dr. Wang has 21 years of experience in pain management and is board certified in anesthesiology with subspecialty board certification in pain management. He is currently the Medical Director for Honolulu Sports & Spine Surgery Center and holds an appointment as associate clinical professor in the department of surgery at John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Wang serves on several boards including:Hawaii Society of Pain Physicians, Hawaii Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, Hawaii Historic Arms Association, and Military Vehicles of the Pacific. He is a member of American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, International Association for Study of Pain, and Spine Intervention Society. Dr. Wang established the Honolulu Pain Management Clinic, LLC in 1996, as a multidisciplinary way to deliver comprehensive care aimed at providing the best possible outcome for the physical and psychosocial needs of patients. It is the only multidisciplinary pain management clinic in Hawaii that is staffed with fellowship trained physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, a medical psychologist, and a physical therapist. The Clinic offers some of the most advanced treatment options available for pain management in a supportive and compassionate environment.

Troy A. Tada, DO

Anesthesiologist, Chronic Pain Management Specialist

Dr. Tada was born and raised on the island of Kauai. He attended University of Hawaii for his undergraduate studies, West Virginia school of Osteopathic Medicine for his medical training, Southern California for his residency and later ventured off to the Rush University Medical Center in Illinois to complete his pain management fellowship. He received additional training in the musculoskeletal system and diagnosis of musculoskeletal dysfunctions during his medical school training and continues to utilize manipulation of treatment of pain conditions.

Warren Loos, PhD

Medical Psychologist

Dr. Loos did his graduate work in Clinical Psychology at the University of Nebraska and completed his Residency and Post Doctoral training in Behavioral Medicine (Consultation Lesion and Cardiac Rehabilitation) at the Albany Medical College & Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany New York. He served as Clinical Director of Inpatient Chemical Dependency Rehabilitation and Team Leader of Patient Crisis Services at Stratton VA Medical Center and was a principal partner at Capital Psychological Associates (Albany, NY). Dr. Loos has held faculty appointments at Argosy University Honolulu, Hawaii Pacific University, Chaminade University and Albany Medical College, is well published, and has done NIMH funded research on PTSD in motor vehicle accidents. Since 2003, Dr. Loos has maintained a private practice in Honolulu and an affiliation with HPMC.

Kelsie Look, PA-C

Physicians Assistant

Kelsie is from Honolulu Hawaii and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Hawaii, Manoa in 2009. After completion of her undergraduate studies, she worked as a lab assistant at Queens Medical Center in the pathology department. She volunteered at Shriners Hospital for children and at an internal medicine practice in Kuakini Medical Hospital. Kelsie attended Pacific University in Hillsboro Oregon to complete her Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2014 and is a board certified physician assistant and has dedicated her interest to pain management.

Jae Hwan Kim, APRN

Family Nurse Practitioner

Jae started his nursing career in a long-term care and rehab facility where he has cared for patients with various acute or chronic pain at the bedside. After he earned his Nurse Practitioner Certificate, he started his career in interventional pain management. Jae earned his BSN degree from the University of Hawaii School of Nursing and MSN at Hawaii Pacific University College of Nursing. He is licensed as a registered nurse and is board certified as a family nurse practitioner. Jae is fluent in Korean and able to understand some Japanese.

Mike Maresca, MPT

Physical Therapist

After graduating from Iolani School and Gonzaga University, Mike received his Masters of Physical Therapy from the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in 1996.