Medical Team


  • Dr. Sorin Ispirwscu

    J. Sorin Ispirescu, MD

    Board-Certified Pain Management
    Board-Certified Anesthesiology

    DR. ISPIRESCU is a double board-certified and fellowship-trained pain management physician. He trained with top experts in the field of pain medicine at UC San Diego, where he completed both his anesthesiology residency and pain management fellowship. Dr. Ispirescu is passionate about looking at the whole person when treating pain, utilizing a combination of the latest and most advanced therapies, along with a holistic, integrative approach. As part of his pain management fellowship, Dr. Ispirescu trained in all aspects of pain management and has developed expertise in spinal cord stimulation (SCS), ultrasound-guided injection therapy, as well as lifestyle medicine. He is also now offering the latest and most advanced treatments using stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, promoting natural healing and restoration. This has allowed him to effectively treat some of the most challenging pain conditions, where others had given up.

    As the founder of Idaho Pain Clinic and co-founder of Pain Clinic of Spokane, Dr. Ispirescu and his team have worked tirelessly to put together one of the region’s only true multi-disciplinary programs, incorporating the most advanced minimally-invasive pain management treatments, along with medication management, nutrition counseling, physical therapy, chiropractic care, massage therapy, and psychological services. Dr. Ispirescu and his team are also actively involved in genetic research in one of the most promising and exciting areas, using genomics to identify and guide the most effective treatment options for each individual patient.


    Jonathan Lippman, PA-C

    Jonathan is a board-certified physician assistant who earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Biola University (‘09).  He spent the next few years working in high adventure, overseas, and youth education. After earning a wilderness EMT and EMT-B certification he became enamored with medicine and went back to school to become a PA. He graduated from UC Davis PA School in 2019 and spent the next year working in the hospital system with the interventional radiology and emergency medicine department plus working at an independent urgent care. He has since returned to Spokane with his family to work with Dr. Ispirescu and the team.

    Jonathan is passionate about medical practice and serving the community. His wilderness leadership and youth work has translated to medical practice as he has a passion for walking with others through their challenges.  Working at Pain Clinic of Spokane, he hopes to help each patient thrive and be able to meet their goals in their day-to-day life. Jonathan is married with three children. He moved here from California but moved to the inland northwest where his wife is originally from. When time is available, which is rare at this junction in life, he can be found spending time with his family, playing music, backpacking, skiing, hiking, or just reading a good book.

  • Madison Roberts-Haley, PA-C

    Madison grew up in Yakima Washington. She moved to Spokane in 2012 to complete her undergraduate degree in biology at Whitworth University. During this time she was volunteering at the Union Gospel Mission and served on two mission trips to Haiti. She met her husband, Michael while shadowing in the Yakima Regional Emergency Department. They have been together for 8 years and have 3 children.

    She knew while in medical school that she wanted to work in chronic pain because of her mom. Her mom is a chronic pain patient and is an inspiring example of what it means to keep fighting against all odds. Watching her mom battle pain, and knowing how difficult it was, gave her the passion to provide care in this field. Now as a provider, she hopes she can help find ways to give patients the best quality of life possible and provide them with hope.

  • Micah Lasley, PA-C

    Micah is a board-certified Physician Assistant who began his career in medicine with the US Air Force. Micah served as a medic for 8 years with the US Air Force Reserves. While serving in the military, he also worked in a local hospital in gastroenterology, invasive cardiology, and anesthesia. After completing his undergraduate in psychology at the University of Washington he attended a Physician Assistant program at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Micah has been working in the specialties of Physiatry and Pain Medicine since graduating in 2012.

    Micah is excited about helping determine the cause of a patient’s pain and creating a plan to help them achieve a pain-free life. His extensive experience in pain medicine aids in innovative treatment plans that are minimally invasive. Outside of work, Micah is most likely found spending time with his family. He also enjoys roasting coffee, smoking meat, thoughtful philosophical discussions, and woodworking. He is an active participant in his local church.

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