Warren Seeds, M.D.
Pain Management and Addiction Medicine
Warren Seeds, M.D., is a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist and Addiction Specialist. He was born and raised in Oregon. He attended college at University of Oregon where he earned his Bachelor of Science with Honors in Biology, while doing research at the Institute of Molecular Biology. He attended the Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine and completed his post graduate training in Anesthesiology at Los Angeles County – USC Medical Center in Los Angeles.
After residency, Dr. Seeds stayed in Southern California and practiced Anesthesiology at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, in Burbank, for twelve years before taking an opportunity to practice Obstetric Anesthesiology in Las Vegas in 2001.
Dr. Seeds actively searched for a way to practice medicine and make a difference. The emergence of Addiction Medicine as a discipline provided an opportunity for him to help again, and he joined Monos Health as an Addiction Specialist.
Dr. Seeds’ approach to addiction is holistic and non-judgmental. Addiction is a disease that manifests differently in each patient so the treatment of addiction must be individualized. This requires a partnership between patient and physician, and a vigorous line of communication between them. Dr. Seeds strives to earn the trust of his patients to ensure that this partnership can develop. Because addiction is a chronic disease, and adjustments in therapy are often necessary – trust and communication are vital to ensuring the most accurate and effective therapies are chosen.
Non-Opioid Medication Management
Pain Management Counseling
Alcohol and Substance
Addiction Care Counseling
Education and Training:
1981-1985: Oregon Health Sciences University Internship
1985-1986: USC Medical Center (Rotating Internship)
1986-1980 USC Medical Center (Department of Anesthesia)
Board Certified Addiction Medicine
Addiction Medicine Specialist