The Science Of Pain
The Science of Pain

The Science of Pain

Pain Theory Explained:  Why do people jump up and down when they stub their toe?  Why does the act of sticking many needles into the skin (acupuncture) block pain transmission?  How does a cutting-edge technology like spinal cord stimulation stop…

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New physician joining the practice in July, 2016

Samuel Grodofsky, MD emphasizes a patient-centered, multidisciplinary approach in the treatment of chronic pain. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in English literature, and then pursued a research fellowship in the neurosciences at the National Institute…

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Ketamine for Chronic Pain

What is Ketamine? Ketamine is an anesthetic  medication that is commonly used by anesthesiologists during surgery. Unlike many other anesthetic medications, ketamine does not produce respiratory suppression,  which makes its use desirable in certain medical settings.  In fact, ketamine gained popularity on the…

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