I am a double board-certified, Harvard-trained pain management physician and UVA-trained anesthesiologist. I believe in using every modality and tool available to help people living in pain. I take the time to know my patients, their backgrounds, and their concerns to create a personalized pain plan. I strive to provide the latest, evidence-based treatment options for patients. I am an editor and reviewer for several journals in pain medicine and anesthesiology. I write questions for the Pain Boards for the American Board of Anesthesiology to help test the next generation of pain doctors. My involvement helps me to stay at the cutting edge of all procedures available for managing pain, from peripheral nerve stimulators, regenerative medicine, spinal cord stimulation, and others. While at Harvard, I worked with and learned from the top specialists in the world for many pain syndromes, including spine pain, migraines, and cancer pain and hope to continue providing a similar level of care to all Coloradans.
Fly-fishing, hiking, playing banjo and guitar
Qualifications and experience
- Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School Program (2015)
Mercer University School of Medicine (2009)
University of Virginia Program (2013)
Georgia Institute of Technology (2004)
- Clinical interest for patients
My clinical interests include back pain, neck pain, cancer pain, spinal cord stimulation, complex regional pain syndrome, joint pain, headaches, neuropathy, and opioid minimization.
- Volunteer activities
Honduras - Anesthesiologist for a hand surgery mission