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Meet the Treatment Team at Solas Health

For over twenty years, we have dedicated ourselves to providing state-of-the-art compassionate care to patients with substance use disorder and other conditions such as chronic pain.  Meet some of our doctors, therapists, and physicians assistants who want to address not only your physical symptoms, but also your emotional and spiritual well-being.

Francis C. Corrigan, MD
Francis C. Corrigan, MD

Dr. Corrigan earned his medical degree at University of Pennsylvania. He performed his residency specialty training at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD, and at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.

Dr. Corrigan practiced Anesthesiology and Pain Management at First Health of the Carolinas in Pinehurst, North Carolina from 1991 until 2002. He served as Chief of Anesthesiology, and is recognized on the “Wall of Honor” in the main lobby of the hospital. Dr. Corrigan founded Solas Health in 2002. Since then, he has specialized in interventional pain management. Dr. Corrigan is board-certified in anesthesiology, and received his sub-specialty certification in pain management in 1998. Dr. Corrigan has a special interest in opioid addiction treatment, and has been a certified buprenorphine provider since 2013. An important goal for Solas Health is to make affordable addiction treatment available throughout North Carolina. His leisure time is spent with family, and he also enjoys EPL soccer, yoga, and travel

Carolyn B. McCormick, M.D
Carolyn B. McCormick, M.D

Carolyn B. McCormick, M.D is a small town Iowa native, who earned her medical degree at the University of Iowa. She performed her family medicine residency specialty training in Des Moines, Iowa at Broadlawns Polk County Hospital.

Hoping to be of service to the diverse population of this country, Dr. McCormick found her calling in Robeson County initially with the National Health Services Corp. She has been working in Robeson County for more than 40 years as a family physician and found interest in medically assisted treatment for substance use disorder in 2010. She enjoys providing her patients with a medical home and is sincerely committed to encouraging them in their efforts to remain healthy and happy.

In her spare time, Dr. McCormick enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her family.

Dr. Mihir Joshi, M.D.
Dr. Mihir Joshi, M.D.

Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Fellowship-Trained in Interventional Pain Management

Dr. Joshi is a board-certified physiatrist and fellowship-trained pain management physician seeing patients at the Raleigh office location.

Dr. Joshi was born and raised in central New Jersey and matriculated into the highly selective honors program at Rutgers University in 2007, graduating cum laude with a degree in molecular biology and biochemistry. He continued on to medical school at Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School, and graduated in 2016. After completing his internship in Queens, NY, he moved to Houston to complete his residency at Baylor College of Medicine, located within the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. While in residency, Dr. Joshi presented original clinical research at regional, national, and international conferences. His work also led to multiple papers and book chapters in the area of chronic pain, and he became involved with professional societies and advocacy work for the field as well. In his final year of residency, he was elected to serve as chief resident for the program.

Following residency, he cmpleted an ACGME-accredited fellowship in interventional pain management with UT Health San Antonio, training under nationally and internationally-recognized experts and thought leaders in the field of pain medicine. He served as chief fellow in San Antonio as well as furthering research in the field with original publications and a book chapter.

Dr. Joshi believes strongly in a holistic approach to pain management, utilizing a multi-disciplinary model to help patients maximize their functioning and live their lives as fully as possible while reducing their reliance on medications. His clinical interests are in neuromodulation and regenerative therapies.

Outside of his clinical practice, Dr. Joshi is involved with professional societies and advocacy for the field of pain medicine. He is a member of the American Medical Association, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Association of Academic Physiatrists, American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, North American Neuromodulation Society, Pain Society of the Carolinas, North Carolina Medical Society, and Wake County Medical Society.

In his free time, he enjoys spending time in nature, hiking, and exploring Raleigh as well as North Carolina at large. He is an avid Formula 1 fan and gearhead, and loves travel and photography. He is also a foodie and loves discovering new restaurants.

Amy Bell, PA-C
Amy Bell, PA-C

Amy graduated from Saint Francis University in Loretto, PA in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.  She then completed clinical rotations in a variety of settings, including family practice, internal medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, behavioral health, OB/GYN, and pediatrics.  She graduated in 2006 with a Master degree in Physician Assistant Sciences from Saint Francis University.  In Pennsylvania, she worked in pediatrics and gynecology before starting in pain management in 2008.  She then moved to Pinehurst in 2013 and began working at Pain Management of North Carolina, now part of Solas Health.  Her philosophy is that through education and discussion, the patient is able to become an active member in their treatment, which ultimately leads to better outcomes.

Ashley Adamo, PA-C
Ashley Adamo, PA-C

Ashley Adamo, PA-C, is a board-certified physician’s assistant on the team at Solas Health, serving patients throughout Pinehurst, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Lumberton, and Sanford, North Carolina. Ms. Adamo has a passion for helping patients feel better and strives to work with them to improve their overall quality of life. 

A native of Benson, North Carolina, Ms. Adamo graduated from Campbell University in 2008, and the Methodist University PA Program in 2010. She is NCCPA board-certified with almost ten years of experience as a PA. She has worked in Pain Management and Addiction Medicine for several years and joined Solas Health in August of 2019. 

Ms. Adamo makes an effort to stay up-to-date on new treatments and medication regimens to better manage chronic pain. She encourages patients to add exercise to their routine to help with their physical and emotional well-being. Ms. Adamo is very personable and values listening to patient’s needs and concerns to better understand how to help them. She wants patients to be largely involved in their care. 

In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities, working out, traveling, going to concerts, and hanging out with her cat, Sam. She is eager to work with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.  

Bradley Hicks, PA-C
Bradley Hicks, PA-C

Bradley Hicks completed his bachelor of science degree at East Tennessee State University where he majored in cardiopulmonary science and graduated summa cum laude. He completed his Master of Medical Science degree at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Bradley has been practicing as a board-certified physician assistant since June of 2013. Before joining Solas Health Bradley specialized in orthopedics and spine surgery and has a vast knowledge and experience treating various general orthopedic and spine conditions. Before becoming a physician assistant he worked as an EMT-Paramedic for over 6 years. Bradley is married to his wife Shannon and has three step-sons. He enjoys spending time with his family and two dogs. He has a passion for exercise and nutrition and enjoys incorporating this passion into his practice to help his patient with their overall health and wellness.

David Manning, PA-C
David Manning, PA-C

David Manning retired from the military in 2013 after spending 15 years in the Navy and 5 years in the Army. During his time in the Navy, he was an Independent Duty Corpsman, specializing in dive medicine. Additionally, he completed multiple deployments to Iraq and to the Middle East while working within the Naval Special Warfare and EOD communities. After leaving active duty, David graduated in May 2015 with his Bachelor of Health Science from Campbell University. The following January, he was accepted into the inaugural Physician Assistant Class at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and subsequently graduating in December, 2017. He is married with a daughter. In his spare time, he enjoys CrossFit, off-roading in his Jeep, traveling, and having tea parties with his daughter. His 20+ years working in medicine allows him to quickly connect with his patients, determine their needs, and work with them to develop a plan that is tailored to the individual for restoring function and improving their quality of life.

Jessica Bustos - Nurse Practitioner
Jessica Bustos - Nurse Practitioner

Ms. Bustos received her license as a registered nurse in 1995 in NYC. She went on to receive her Bachelor's degree in 1998 and practiced in a variety of clinical settings such as inpatient hospitals, ambulatory clinics, and private offices. Most of her career was spent at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in NYC working in the Cardio-Thoracic Stepdown Unit, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, & Clinical Research Unit and received her certification in Medicine-Surgery as a specialty in 2000.

In 2007, Ms. Bustos received her license as a Nurse Practitioner after attending Hunter College, City University of New York, specialized & certified in adult health. She continued to work at The Mount Sinai Hospital in their Clinical Research Unit performing histories and physicals for clinical trials, receiving another certification specializing in Adult Health. She collaborated with principal investigators reviewing protocols and assuring study accuracy along with patient safety. Ms. Bustos also worked in the Employee Health Services Department assessing occupational illnesses and injuries collaborating with worker’s compensation as well as assuring employees’ compliance with annual health assessments and immunizations. She relocated to NC and eagerly joined the practice to continue her career with our pain management team.

“My philosophy is care and compassion for patients suffering from pain and discomfort, utilizing different types of therapeutic techniques & working with the medical team.”

Kristin DeLeo, LCSW
Kristin DeLeo, LCSW

Kristin graduated from Barton College with a Bachelor of Social Work and a Bachelor of Criminal Justice Criminology in 2003. She then received her Master of Social Work from North Carolina State University in 2010 where she focused on substance abuse and addiction disorders. Kristin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) since 2013 and has worked in multiple settings including medical hospitals, crisis response, outpatient, and inpatient substance abuse facilities working with adults of all ages. Kristin's scope of practice includes, but is not limited to: ADHD, adoption, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, life transitions, grief and loss, unresolved trauma, and substance abuse disorders. Working with patients through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Person-Centered Approach. Kristin specializes in Geriatrics and family systems.

Kristin is passionate about helping individuals recognize their full potential. Meeting individuals and walking alongside them in their journey of self-discovery and resource development. By empowering and encouraging in a non-judgmental, safe, and compassionate environment. Working to increase self-compassion, authenticity, and decreasing shame and anxiety. Taking it one-day at a time through therapy and healing you can develop a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Asking for help can feel like you failed or like something is wrong with you. Quite the contrary, asking for help is normal and courageous! We all need support and can benefit from personal growth. Take the first step to help and call to schedule an appointment.

Travis Johnson, PA-C
Travis Johnson, PA-C

Travis Johnson graduated from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science. He became a US Army helicopter pilot for 8 years before returning to school. Travis completed his Bachelor of Science and Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2013 through the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP). He then worked in the Army as an Airborne Battalion Physician Assistant and Aviation Battalion Aeromedical Physician Assistant. Travis worked extensively in Occupational Medicine, Urgent Care, Emergency Medicine, Pain Management, Orthopedics, and Medical Planning. Travis joined Solas Health in 2018. He is married with three daughters. He enjoys skiing, travel, and daily exercise. Travis believes in working with patients to find the cause of pain or injury and developing a plan to manage the pain effectively.

Lisa M. Oxendine, MSN, APRN, BCEN, FNP-C
Lisa M. Oxendine, MSN, APRN, BCEN, FNP-C

Lisa is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) as a family nurse practitioner. A native of Scotland County, she began as a registered nurse in 2007, after graduating from Richmond Community College. In 2014 she attended Chamberlain University, obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Lisa most recently received a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Lisa has practiced in a variety of areas to include Neurology, Post-operative, Medical-Neuro Intensive Care, and Emergency Medicine. She has obtained three board certifications including Medical-Surgical Nurse in 2014, Emergency Medicine Nurse in 2018, and Family Nurse Practitioner in 2020.

Lisa is passionate about family medicine with a special interest in addiction treatment. Her practice is guided by this philosophy, “it is my goal to provide each patient with encouragement, guidance, and treatment in a safe, judgement-free environment while fostering a partnership to promote their health and well-being”.

She is married and has three children. In her free time, she enjoys EarthCam, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.

Contact Solas Health

Our  mission is to improve lives and help you get better. 

Addiction, pain, and mental health challenges interfere with the joys of living, but we can help.  Dr. Corrigan, and the whole team at Solas Health, will help.

If you are in need of help, please call us at: 910-295-7246  or message us.

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