Fellowship-trained pain management specialist Miranda Reed Cleaver, DO, provides exceptional services to patients at the Cleaver Medical Group Interventional Pain offices in Dahlonega, Dawsonville, and Cumming, Georgia. Dr. Cleaver dedicates herself to relieving patients’ chronic pain and improving their quality of life.
Dr. Cleaver grew up in Chatsworth, Georgia, and attended the University of Georgia in Athens. She graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in biology. After college, Dr. Cleaver went to medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Georgia Campus in Suwanee, Georgia. After completing her medical degree, Dr. Cleaver did her residency in anesthesiology at McLaren Oakland Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan.
Dr. Cleaver completed a fellowship in pain management at McLaren Oakland Hospital. During her training, she perfected her skills in interventional pain management procedures. She established a pain management practice serving two hospitals in Northern Missouri. But her goal was always to return to her home state. She achieved that with the creation of the Cleaver Medical Group in Georgia.
Dr. Cleaver’s professional interests include lumbar (lower back) and cervical (neck) pain, particularly conditions caused by damaged spinal discs. She specializes in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), thoracic (upper back) pain, knee and shoulder pain, osteoarthritis, and spinal cord stimulation. Although she can’t promise a pain-free life, Dr. Cleaver can undoubtedly reduce the overall pain burden and improve her patients’ quality of life. Her goal is to get every patient back to their previous daily function and activities.
Always a Bulldog at heart, Dr. Cleaver’s hobbies include spending time with her family and cheering on the University of Georgia Bulldogs.