pain management

Does the pain felt by an infant affect them later in life?

Anne Murphy, associate professor of neuroscience at George State University, is observing the relationship between pain felt as an infant and the related long-term effects.

Early last month a report graded each of the 50 states’ policies on how well they controlled patients’ pain.  The report showed that much progress had been made over the last decade in implementing balanced policies that increase access to effective pain medications and establish a system to mitigate drug abuse.  However, much more needs to be done.

Courtesy New York Pain Management

Joining us today for Medical Monday is Dr. Charles Gordon of New York Pain Management in Clifton Park, New York.
 
A graduate of Columbia Medical School in New York City, Dr. Gordon completed his residency in anesthesiology at the Harvard University School of Medicine. He received his training in pain management at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.


Dr. Gordon has been practicing medicine for over 17 years and is board certified in both anesthesiology and pain management.

He was the director of Glens Falls Hospital’s pain management center and practiced pain medicine for over 11 years in Glens Falls.

On this edition of Medical Monday on Vox Pop is Dr. Charles Argoff.

Dr. Argoff earned his doctor of medicine degree from Northwestern University in Chicago and he completed his residency in neurology at Stony Brook University right here in New York State.

On this edition of Medical Monday on Vox Pop is Dr. Charles Argoff.

Dr. Argoff earned his doctor of medicine degree from Northwestern University in Chicago and he completed his residency in neurology at Stony Brook University right here in New York State.