I joined the Department of Anesthesiology as an Assistant Professor and am double board certified in both Neurology and Pain Medicine.
I aim to navigate all my patients towards obtaining effective pain relief by combining my passion for treating complex pain conditions with my patient centered treatment approach using the most advanced and up to date evidence-based practice.
I have a clinical interest in minimally invasive procedures, neuromodulation and cancer pain. My research interests include expanding current understanding and improving treatment of refractory cancer pain (particularly chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy) for improved quality of life and functionality. I have authored several review articles, manuscripts and book chapters related to alternative therapies for cancer and non-cancer related pain including cannabis/cannabinoids, ketamine, scrambler therapy, and spinal cord stimulation.
In my spare time I enjoy weightlifting, watching college football and spending time with my family.