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ABOUT Dr. David Rosenblum

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BIO

Dr. David Rosenblum currently serves as the Director of Pain Management at Maimonides Medical Center and AABP Integrative Pain Care.  As a member of the Department of Anesthesiology, he is involved in teaching, research, CME activities, and was key faculty in developing the anesthesiology residency’s regional anesthesia block rotation, as well as institutional wide acute and chronic pain management protocols to ensure safe and effective pain management. He currently is a managing partner in a multi-physician private pain practice, AABP Integrative Pain Care, located in Brooklyn and Great Neck, NY. He is one of the earliest interventional pain physicians to integrate ultrasound guidance to improve the safety and accuracy of interventional pain procedures.

Dr. Rosenblum has been named several times in NY Magazine’s Best Pain Management Doctor List, has appeared on NY1 News, and has made several appearances on XM Radio’s Doctor Talk. He currently is working with the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP), Eastern Pain Association (EPA), the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS) and various state societies, to support educational events and develop new courses. Since 2008, he has helped over 3000 physicians pass the Pain Management Boards, and has been at the forefront of utilizing ultrasound guidance to perform pain procedures.  He now hosts the PainExam podcast, AnesthesiaExam Podcast, PMRExam Podcasts and uses this platform to promote the safe and effective use of ultrasound in the performance of various procedures .

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Director of Pain Management, Maimonides Medical Center

 

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About Dana Corriel, MD

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Dr. Dana Corriel is an internist turned entrepreneur, digital designer, and consultant. Her SoMeDocs profile can be found here.

Dana (pronounced dah-nah) got her start in the digital world as a casual blogger, pushing past traditional boundaries where the field of medicine was concerned. She founded a little-known startup called SoMeDocs, a few years before pivoting from clinical practice, and now runs the entire venture full-time.

“I spent years literally glued to my sofa seat,” she says of the venture – & adventure! – she spends her days and nights fueling, from building out the website you’re on, to the social platforms, to interactive communities she regularly fuels. “My living room sofa literally has a dent in it, from my tush. But I’m proud of that dent because it represents so much of my hard work and dedication to helping doctors get the word out on their work.”

She hopes that more professionals consider sharing online, in whatever way, shape, or form they wish, and continues to work broadly with professionals and non-professionals alike, in building effective online brands and content.

About This Series

After wrapping up the first season of “How-To Physician” several months back, and packaging it up so neatly in our website’s SERIES section, we decided it was time for a round 2.

So we sent out the “invitations,” & we got ourselves poised for yet another 12 physician rockstars, who share with us, via live-stream, skills they’ve leveraged outside of medical practice.

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