Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine


Experience

The goal of this rotation is for the resident physician to gain fundamental knowledge in acute pain management and proficiency with common nerve blocks such as cervical plexus, brachial plexus, thoracic and lumbar epidural, TAP and rectus sheath, sciatic, femoral, adductor canal.

The resident will work primarily within the OR environment, in the specially designated “block area,” PACU recovery area, and in the OR intraoperatively.


About

With the increasing national emphasis on acute and postoperative pain management, opioid stewardship, and enhanced recovery programs, there is much interest in the field of acute and regional pain management. Residents work alongside dedicated faculty  with formal training in pain medicine or extensive experience in regional techniques. 

The fast-paced rotation prepares residents for practice by offering real-world experience.