Dr. Chaz Fausel grew up in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. Being the first in his family to graduate college, Dr. Fausel obtained his Bachelor of Science at the University of Georgia, in Athens. Dr. Fausel was then admitted to the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, where he obtained his Medical Doctorate. During his time at the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. Fausel was exposed to all areas of western medicine but felt like the traditional medical system was failing the patients that it intended to treat.
Looking for a more holistic approach to caring for patients, he pursued a residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. During his residency, Dr. Fausel gained significant exposure to traditional interventional fluoroscopically-guided pain procedures, as well as musculoskeletal regenerative medicine.
Dr. Fausel, currently a fellow here at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, is excited to learn more about the intricacies of what can be offered from a regenerative approach and to further progress his procedural abilities. He is excited to continue his lifelong journey of learning and is passionate about the opportunity to treat patients at the highest level possible by performing procedures that are only offered here at the Centeno-Schultz clinic.
Outside of clinic, Dr. Fausel spends most of his time with his two young children and wife. His wife has a paleo food blog of her own, so they enjoy making delicious paleo meals for their family and friends. He and his family also enjoy being as active as possible by finding new hikes, biking, swimming, going to the park and working out at the gym. Dr. Fausel and his family are also looking forward to their first ski season out here in Colorado.