About

Dr. Kloster

Dr. Dan Kloster

Dr. Dan Kloster grew up in North Dakota and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of the Minnesota.  He graduated from the University of Kansas with his medical degree, and also completed his anesthesiology residency at the University of Kansas.  He was fellowship trained in chronic and cancer pain management from Harvard medical school at Massachusetts General Hospital.  He has taught interventional pain techniques for several medical corporations, and has been involved in physician education for many years. He is currently the national medical director of physician education for Flowonix.

About Morteza Rabii

Morteza Rabii, DNP, APRN

Born and raised in Lawrence, KS, Morteza “Mort” Rabii is a life-long Jayhawk. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice as a Nurse Practitioner from the University of Kansas. In graduate school he focused on the importance of patient education on improving pain relief. Prior to joining Crimson Pain Management, Mort worked in orthopedics for nearly 10 years, gaining an understanding of chronic back and joint pain. Passionate about pain management, Mort focuses on caring for the whole patient.

Our Mission

Our mission is to alleviate pain and suffering no matter the cause.  We educate patients regarding the source of their pain, as well as the treatment options available.  We believe strongly that informed patients have better outcomes, and become active participants in their care.  We do this in a professional, caring, and compassionate environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Dr. Kloster a free standing clinic?

NO — Dr. Kloster is out patient based, working out of an out patient facility, Menorah Medical Center.

How am I billed?

You will receive two statements. One for Crimson Pain Management, which is Dr. Kloster’s charge, and one for the technical/facility, which is the hospital (Menorah Medical Center) at which you are seeing Dr. Kloster.

Do you take Medicaid?

NO — we do not except Medicaid as a primary insurance but we will bill secondary as a courtesy… ( it is up to your insurance company to process and pay the claim )