Iron Path Capital, a private equity firm focused on developing differentiated businesses in the healthcare and specialty industrials sectors, is pleased to announce that Capitol Pain Institute is expanding its footprint in Colorado with four new acquisitions: Springs Rehabilitation, Spinal Diagnostics and Regenerative Medicine, The Peak Physical Medicine, and The Ascent Surgery Center.
These collaborations mark CPI’s first foray into Colorado, allowing the partner physicians to consolidate into a single location serving Colorado Springs while also expanding into the rapidly growing Denver corridor. Currently, CPI operates clinics and ambulatory surgical centers in Texas, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. The addition of Colorado marks CPI’s fifth state on their national platform.
“Finding new and innovative ways to help make our patients’ lives better is a never-ending journey,” said Springs Rehabilitation’s Kenneth Finn, M.D. “I am looking forward to working with Dr. Schocket and the CPI team to ensure that patients receive high-quality care in their communities.”
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Colorado has seen an influx of growth in recent years, with more than 760,000 new residents calling the state home over the last decade.
With one in every five Americans suffering from chronic pain, the state’s need for new treatment options is growing rapidly.
Capitol Pain Institute is a leading interventional pain management platform with clinics and ambulatory surgical centers nationwide. CPI provides a personalized and multidisciplinary approach to chronic pain treatment, with a special emphasis on advanced procedures such as spinal cord stimulator implants.
CPI collaborates with physicians and practices who share the goal of providing high-quality, compassionate care at an affordable price. In addition, the company is dedicated to improving the communities in which it operates and to investing in the advancement of the field of pain management through innovation and evidence-based medicine.
Dr. Matthew Schocket founded CPI in 2007 in Austin, Texas.