Norman Marcus, MDHealth Blog - Pain Medicine
Norman Marcus, MD - Health Blog BioNorman J. Marcus, MD is a pioneering author, consultant and researcher who has established national pain medicine models for over two decades. He has developed a proven diagnostic approach that can find the cause of your pain, leading to successful treatment.
He is a member of five professional societies and has presented over 100 lectures about diagnosing and treating pain to audiences throughout the world.
Dr. Marcus, a past president of The American Academy of Pain Medicine, has been voted as one of New York City's Best Doctors for more than ten consecutive years by Castle Connolly.
After two years as a staff physician at the Headache Unit at Montefiore Hospital, Dr Marcus in 1977 co-founded and directed the first pain center in NYC at Montefiore Hospital. He went on to establish and direct pain centers at Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC from 1983-98 and The Princess Margaret Hospital in Windsor, UK from 1997-2001. Dr. Marcus joined the NYU Pain Management staff in 2002 and was made Director of Muscle Pain Research in the Department of Anesthesiology in 2007.
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