Brett R Stacey | OMICS International
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Journal of Pain & Relief
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Brett R Stacey

Brett R Stacey- Oregon Health & Science University Mail Code CH4P, 3303 SW Bond Ave, Portland, USA


Provider Overview Full Bio Dr. Stacey is the medical director at the Center for Pain Relief at UWMC-Roosevelt. Dr. Stacey's clinical, research, and educational efforts are devoted to treating patients with acute and chronic pain. He has a particular interest in patients with neuropathic pain including neuropathy, nerve injury and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Another focus of his practice is treating patients with ongoing spinal pain. He is an expert in combining interventional, medication and rehabilitation approaches with particular expertise in spinal cord stimulation. Dr. Stacey graduated from University of Michigan's medical school. Following his anesthesiology residency and pain training at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Stacey joined the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh and eventually became medical director of the Pain Evaluation and Treatment Institute. In 1996 he returned to the West, taking a position as the medical director of the Comprehensive Pain Center at Oregon Health Science University in Portland, Oregon, where he was professor of anesthesiology & peri-operative medicine and division chief of pain medicine. He served on the board of directors of the American Board of Pain Medicine from 2000 to 2003. He has more than 50 publications and several ongoing research projects focused on moving new treatments into patient care.
Research Interest
Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine, Pain Research, Pain, Pain Management, Pain Behavior, Pain Measurement, Pain Perception

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