Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
120 William Penn Plaza
Durham, NC 27704
Location Phone: 919-220-5255
Additional Phone: 800-359-3053
Location Fax: 919-220-6379
Dr. Mali is a fellowship trained board certified interventional pain management physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of common and complex painful musculoskeletal conditions. He specializes in image guided musculoskeletal and interventional spine injections. His areas of expertise include back, neck, joint, and chronic pain. He performs image guided interventional treatments such as: epidurals, facet injections, sacroiliac joint injections, radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation, sympathetic blocks, discography, Botox, greater occipital nerve blocks, trigger points, hip, knee, ankle, foot, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, greater trochanter, piriformis, peripheral nerve, arthrograms, carpal tunnel, and variety of other injections.
Dr. Mali was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia. He attended West Virginia University for his undergraduate education, where he was granted the honor of Eberly Scholar for his academic achievements and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Biology. He continued his education at West Virginia University where he completed his medical school training.
He underwent his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation training at East Carolina University where he served as Chief Resident. During his time at East Carolina University, Dr. Mali earned the Resident Teacher of the Year Award for his passion and dedication to the education of medical students.
Following residency, Dr. Mali completed an ACGME accredited interventional pain fellowship at the University of Alabama Birmingham through the Department of Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology.
After fellowship, Dr. Mali was recruited by the Department of Defense secondary to his background in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as interventional pain management. He went on to become Chief of the Interdisciplinary Pain Clinic at Womack Army Medical Center. As Chief of the pain clinic Dr. Mali implemented a multidisciplinary team approach to pain conditions including: acupuncture, pain psychology, physical therapy, chiropractic, and interventional pain care to treat spine and pain disorders. During this time he was involved in clinical research with spinal cord stimulation and radiofrequency ablation. He also served as adjunct faculty at the University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine.
Following his time at Womack Army Medical Center, Dr. Mali moved on to private practice in San Antonio, TX. There he worked at South Texas Spinal Clinic one of the largest spine practices in South Texas. Dr. Mali gained experience with Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem Cell therapies as an effective treatment for patients with painful musculoskeletal conditions and arthritis. Furthermore, he widened his spectrum of both traditional and novel interventional pain treatments during his time in Texas.
Dr. Mali is dedicated to responsible, compassionate, and patient centered pain care. He has been published in textbooks, medical journals, and continues to contribute to the field of interventional pain medicine. He is focused on improving the quality of life and function for his patients through medical, interventional, alternative, and regenerative therapies. We are pleased to offer his services and expertise to the Triangle and surrounding region.
West Virginia University School of Medicine
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ABMS subspecialty Pain Medicine
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation East Carolina University
ACGME Accredited Interventional Pain Management
Fellowship University of Alabama Birmingham
The Pain Society of the Carolinas
North American Neuromodulation Society
Spine Intervention Society
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
North American Spine Society
"I am very satisfied with Dr. Jimmy Mali. He has listened to my pain problems, and prescribed drugs to help with my neck pain, and neck MRI and sleep issues due to pain. Finally feel like I am getting somewhere with the pain, and getting the results I need. Will be doing the neck injections in the C4 and C5 discs next week and hope that will alleviate the pain more. He called me 3 times with the results fromMRI, which I never had from any other doctor. He's very thorough."
"Dr. Mali and his staff are awesome. Love the doc. Probably the best doctor I've seen. Just wanted to say thank you so much. Absolutely no pain right now."
"Very pleasant doctor who listened to what my issue was, and tried to get what needed to be done, done. Dr. Mali makes you feel very comfortable."
"The problem was explained and options explained very well. He is a great doctor! Thank you!"
"Very helpful and explained everything that could or needed to be done."