The Division of Pain Management is comprised of The Emory Pain Management Center, The Acute Pain Service and the Emory Pain Fellowship. The Emory Pain Management Center is our state-of-the-art outpatient clinic which treats a broad array of pain syndromes. Our main outpatient Center is located in the Medical Office Tower at Emory Midtown with satellite locations at Wesley Woods and Winship Cancer Center. Our goal is to return patients to an active, healthy lifestyle by accurately diagnosing and targeting the patient’s pain using evidence-based techniques. Our Acute Pain Service utilizes regional anesthesia techniques to minimize postoperative pain, improve patients’ ability to tolerate physical therapy, and minimize medication side effects; we also provide inpatient consultations to optimize pain management in nonsurgical patients. We train five pain fellows in our Interventional Pain Fellowship utilizing a multidisciplinary framework incorporating principles from anesthesia, physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology and psychiatry to provide a comprehensive foundation in the diagnosis and management of acute, chronic, and cancer pain.
- Anne Marie McKenzie-Brown, MD - Director, Emory Pain Management Center; Director, Emory Division of Pain Medicine
Boris Spektor, MD - Program Director, Emory Multidisciplinary Pain Fellowship