Most Recent Articles by David Rosenblum, MD
A 39-year-old woman presents with a 2-year history of facial pain, headaches, and neck pain.
A19-year-old female with no past medical history presents with right-sided lower abdominal pain for 2 years.
The 2015 ASRA guidelines categorize procedures depending on their risk: high risk, intermediate risk, and low risk.
The cervicogenic headache is a headache that arises from painful disorders of the neck. There is an irritation of the upper three cervical roots of their nerves and branches.
Low back pain is one of the most common pain syndromes. In fact, about 69% of adults in the United States will have low back pain at some point in their lifetime.
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- Targeted Educational Intervention Helped Reduce Opioid Exposure in Adult Inpatients
- Systematic Cross-Checking May Reduce Medical Errors in Emergency Departments
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