Robert Knipper, CRNA
Robert Knipper, CRNA-MSN, is a certified registered nurse anesthetist with decades of experience. He currently provides exceptional care at Pacific KLN Infusions in Escondido, California. He promotes integrative and alternative medical infusions to individuals who have not experienced significant benefits from conventional care routes.
Robert collaborates with mental health providers, general practitioners, and other care coordinators to provide well-rounded solutions with positive results. His goal with every patient is to improve their quality of life and general well-being, even if it takes some adjustments to the original treatment plan.
Before his current role, Robert worked in several health care settings and completed years of education and training. He attended the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio, for his undergraduate degree before working for eight years in an intensive care unit. He then continued his education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, with a nurse anesthesia residency. In his residency, he worked with multiple military health care facilities as well as Baltimore Shock Trauma in Baltimore, Maryland.
Throughout Robert’s career, he has provided both anesthesia education and care. That includes a decade of experience at the Veterans Administration in San Diego, California, where he cared for people with PTSD, depression, and chronic pain. In his current position, he provides and supervises treatment with ketamine infusions, lidocaine infusions, and IV therapy with nutrients.
Robert lives with his wife and their Welsh terrier. The family enjoys their time outdoors including long walks and mountain bike rides.
Dustin Coyle, MD
Dr. Dustin Coyle is a skilled anesthesiologist with nearly two decades of experience providing anesthesia in various medical settings. He brings his expertise to help guide patients through their infusions at Pacific KLN Infusions in Escondido, California.
Dr. Coyle graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine in 2001. He completed an internship in Pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and went on to graduate from residency in Anesthesiology, from the University of Utah, in 2005.
After completing his formal education, Dr. Coyle spent two years in private practice working with patients. He also has over a decade of experience working in academic practice.
Dr. Coyle recently moved from Salt Lake City to San Diego with his wife, their dogs, cat, and two horses. Outside of medicine, he enjoys riding his motorcycle, off-roading in his Jeep, playing guitar, and pretty much anything active outside in the sun.