APC Gives Back
Advanced Pain Care is proud to be a leader in community outreach, health, and wellness across Texas.
Advanced Pain Care maintains a strong outreach presence in the community by speaking to people at health fairs, groups, organizations, seminars, assisted living and retirement homes. This is an essential part of education and preventative medicine. We participate in, and host, these talks with the goal of helping people live the healthiest lives possible by engaging the public in conversation about common health issues and concerns.
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Advanced Pain Care’s Marketing and Community Outreach Team
Samaritan Center Advisory Board
Advanced Pain Care strives to support all realms of patient wellness. Our pain management specialists have experience treating everything from acute to chronic pain, and know that pain impacts many arenas of life. Our very own Dr. Mark Malone serves on the Advisory Board to the Samaritan Center, a program dedicated to providing holistic mental health to individuals and families in Central Texas. Learn more about the Samaritan Center. →
Susan G. Komen’s More Than Pink Walk
APC is a proud sponsor of More than Pink Walk; Komen’s signature fundraising event. It’s a day where we can put aside everything else in our lives and share our stories, our laughter, and our tears to raise money that saves lives while we celebrate survivors, those living with breast cancer, and honor loved ones lost. Learn more about the Walk at Komen.com →
Walk With a Doc — Austin
Is pain keeping you from getting your steps in? Interested in the physical and mental health benefits of aerobic activity, but not sure how to get started? Walk With a Doc is one of our outreach programs here to guide you every step of the way!
At free, local Walk With a Doc events, you will learn about current health topics, meet other fun and interesting people in your community, and enjoy a healthy walk. To get involved, visit Walk with A Doc’s Website. →
Wonders & Worries
Advanced Pain Care is proud to sponsor Wonders & Worries. Chronic pain can affect the whole family. Since 2001, this non-profit has offered tools and support for children and teenagers coping with a parent’s serious illness. Wonders & Worries →
“Feed the Need” Texas Virtual Food Drive
During these uncertain times, the people who suffer the most are often the ones who have the least, and they rely on our neighborhood food pantries to feed their families. Advanced Pain Care is proud to be a sponsor of the “Feed the Need Texas Virtual Food Drive,” a virtual drive to generate donations for food pantries in the greater Austin area including Waco, Temple, Belton, Killeen, and Bryan/College Station. Learn more about the Feed the Need Food Drive. →
Walk&Watch to Cure Arthritis & Partners 4 Patients
We are beyond honored to be chosen by the Arthritis Foundation’s 2021 Medical Honorees for the Central & South Texas Walk to Cure Arthritis!
At Advanced Pain Care, we are committed to improving the lives of arthritis warriors in our community and are grateful for this partnership! Join us in support of the over 54 million Americans living with arthritis!
- 2022 Medical Honoree — Mark T. Malone, M.D
- 2021 Medical Honoree — Mark T. Malone, M.D
- 2021 Medical Honoree — Samuel B. Pegram, M.D.
- 2020 Jingle Bell Military Honoree — Chester Jones
Through our partnership with The Arthritis Foundation, we are also working around the clock to connect you with the latest in arthritis research and treatment. To learn more about this partnership, visit The Arthritis Foundation Online. →
Advanced Pain Care’s Annual Fun Run to Fight Chronic Pain
This is a family-friendly event with something for everyone. Walk through the Zoo and enjoy some of your favorite animals after hours, stroll through the saltwater aquarium, or time yourself for a 1K or 5K and share your time for a chance to win a prize basket. All proceeds will benefit local non-profit organization, World Hunger Relief Inc. Learn more about the Annual Fun Run. →
Dr. Mark Malone is the official spokesman for KXAN’s Simple Health initiative, formed in partnership with the American Heart Association to bring Central Texans compelling stories and relevant resources focused on health and wellness. We believe that finding information to live a healthier life should be easy and that Simple Health can be your resource for easy ways to eat smart, add color, move more and be well. Learn more on KXAN’s website.→
Family Eldercare Fan Drive
For over 30 years The Summer Fan Drive has distributed free fans to provide relief from the searing Texas heat. YOU can save lives from heat related illness by joining Family Eldercare and donate today! Learn more about Family Eldercare’s Fan Drive on their website.→
Marble Falls Inclusive Playground
The mission of the Marble Falls Inclusive Play Group is to raise an estimated $1,400,000 in order to design and build an inclusive playground in Marble Falls, TX.
Our vision is that these efforts would help create a more inclusive community, a community designed and constructed for EVERY body. Learn more about APC’s work with Wyatt’s Clubhouse and the Marble Falls Inclusive Play Group on their website. →
Voted Best In Central Texas 2022 — Killeen Daily Herald
Advanced Pain Care was honored by the readers of Killeen Daily Herald. In a recent reader’s poll, APC was voted as one of the Best In Central Texas in the Health and Beauty category. See more at BestInCentralTexas.com →
10 Most Influential Women Business Leaders to Watch in 2022 — Tycoon Success
Advanced Pain Care is honored to share that Tycoon Success has chosen our Chief Operating Officer, Chelsea Simon as one of the 10 Most Influential Women Business Leaders to Watch in 2022.
Top Doctors — Austin Monthly 2020
Top 5 Finalist — American Statesman
Justin Henne, FNP for selection as one of 5 top finalists in the Austin American Statesman’s Recognizing Nurses program in both Nurse Practitioner and Rehab categories.
ATX Women To Watch — Austin Women’s Magazine
Summer Urbanczyk, our chief nursing officer, for her feature in Austin Women Magazine’s “ATX Women to Watch.”