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Eric Baumann, MD

Dr. Baumann was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona.  He graduated from college magna cum laude with a bachelor’s in science degree in biology and a minor in chemistry at  Southwestern Adventist University in Texas.  He was then accepted to medical school at Loma Linda University in Southern California. 


He completed his internship in Internal Medicine and his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Loma Linda University Medical Center where he was a chief resident.  His interventional spine and pain fellowship was in La Jolla, California.  In 2005, he decided to return to his home state and started his practice in Prescott, Arizona. 


Dr. Baumann specializes in interventional spine techniques, including epidural steroid injections, sympathetic blocks, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency ablation, and spinal cord stimulator trials.  He also has vast experience in a variety of joint (knees, shoulders, sacro-iliac), bursa, and tendon sheath injections, He is board certified in Pain Medicine and in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.


His interests out of the office include golf, bicycling, and cheering for his favorite teams—the University of Arizona Wildcats and the Oakland Athletics.

Margie Anacaya, MD

Dr. Anacaya was born in the Philippines, but grew up in Southern California.  When she graduated with the highest honors from La Sierra University, she had received a Bachelor’s in Science degree in Biology with an emphasis in Human Biology and an Associate in Arts degree in Office Management.  She graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1995.  She completed her internal medicine internship and physical medicine & rehabilitation residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center. 


At the completion of her residency, she was offered and accepted a position as the Director of Stroke Rehabilitation at LLUMC.  In 2006, she had the opportunity to become the Medical Director at Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital in Prescott Valley, Arizona.  She joined Central Arizona Pain Institute in 2007.


Dr. Anacaya specializes in using botulinum toxin (Botox) in the treatment of spasticity due to stroke, brain injury, cerebral palsy, and spinal cord injury.  She also uses these injections to treat cervical dystonia and chronic migraine headache.  She also performs joint injections in the hands, shoulders and knees; trigger point injections, occipital nerve blocks, periarticular,and bursa injections.


Dr. Anacaya enjoys traveling, cooking, running, reading, and hiking.  

Christopher Johns, MD
Laura Finkbeiner, FNP-C

Dr. Christopher Johns' deep desire to help others, along with a keen interest in biology and science helped him to realize that a career in medicine was in his future. He sustained an injury while playing ice hockey that showed him how significant functional limitations can impact your goals and quality of life.


Dr. Johns attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio, where he stayed to complete his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He chose this specialty because he realized how important movement was to the overall health and physical, mental, and social well-being of every person, no matter the age or circumstance.


Dr. Christopher Johns believes in “the power of positivity and adherence to the golden rule”. His approach to care is to “treat your patients like family and remember that you are treating a person, not a symptom Everyone is unique and their medical plan should be tailored accordingly to provide for the best possible outcome.”


During his personal time, he enjoys an active lifestyle—weightlifting, hockey, golf, bike-riding, and boating. Dr. Johns’ professional interests include regenerative medicine, which includes amniotic fluid, platelet-rich plasma, and stem cell therapy. His wealth of knowledge in this area will be a major resource, and we are enthusiastic about his valuable contributions. 

M rs. Finkbeiner is a native of South Dakota, where she was raised on a ranch. She went to college and lived in Sioux Falls, with her husband, until she made Arizona her new home 6 years ago.


Being a caregiver came naturally for Laura, starting from her first position as a certified nursing assistant in a skilled nursing facility at the age of 16. She continued to pursue her education in this field, where really enjoyed her time as a nurse. She values those experiences and feels that it gave her a great foundation in patient care. However, she wanted to be able to provide more for her patients and thought that becoming a nurse practitioner would give her that opportunity. She also wanted to be able to be in a career that would allow her to develop long-term relationships with her patients. Her previous experience includes several years in family practice in the Tri-City area.


Laura believes that a partnership with her patients to address their healthcare needs provides the best outcomes. Her goal is “to meet my patients where they are in their physical, mental, and emotional

needs and to work together to develop a care plan.”


In her free time, Laura enjoys reading, a good cup of coffee, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog. You may find her seeking new adventures while hiking, camping or traveling.


Her thorough and compassionate care makes Laura a greatly appreciated new member of our team. Please join us in welcoming Laura Finkbeiner, FNP-BC, to our CAPI family.

Nicole Jacobs, FNP-BC
Vickey Taylor, FNP-BC

Nicole Jacobs started her career in the medical field at 18 years old in a small town just outside of Detroit, Michigan. She started her career as an ER and ICU nurse. She then became a travel nurse and has worked in multiple states including Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Arizona.


Nicole graduated with her Master’s Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Drexel University. She moved to Prescott with her husband in 2020 to be close to family.


Nicole is a very empathetic person. She believes that every  patient deserves kindness, understanding, and a provider that will truly listen. She believes that “Everyone is fighting a battle that you know nothing about” and “loving others selflessly is the key to a meaningful life.”


In her personal time; she enjoys being a mom and wife, traveling, working out, the outdoors, good food, and precious moments with family and friends. Nicole is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle. “True health and wellness encompass the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual state of a person and they are all equally important in helping a patient on the road to recovery.” She is interested in a multi-disciplinary approach to care and many resources to meet each patient where they are.

Vickey Taylor was born and raised in the Midwest.  She first started in a career teaching adults.  However, she was inspired by the genuine care and concern that the hospice nurse gave to her father--"She was an angel."  Vickey felt a change in her vocational calling an was driven to help people and their families, like her own was positively affected.

After spending 15 years working in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit as a nurse caring for very ill patients, she then earned her certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Grand Canyon University and became board certified.  Most of her career as a nurse practitioner has been in pain medicine.  She feels blessed beyond belief to be able to work in this area.  Her philosophy in treating patients is to see them as a whole person and to use various approaches to improve their quality of life and function.  Her goal is to address the source of pain and not just mask it.

After living in Arizona for over 30 years, she considers herself a native of the state.  When she is not at work, you will probably find her spending time with her grandchildren.  She also enjoys taking care of her horses and gardening.

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