Stem Cell Therapy with Dr. Harris Bram

 In Health, Pain, Stem Cell therapy

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Date: August 8, 2016

Episode Description

Pain management needs to start taking another route.  Instead of having pain resolved, most people with chronic pain need management care, which includes use of medications. Knowing there are other options can make a world of difference.  Dr. Risk is discussing Stem Cell treatments with Dr. Harris Bram.  Since 1997 Dr. Bram has specialized in pain management.  In this episode the details of stem cell therapy will be discussed.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

I have always felt that stem cell therapy has great potential.  I have had stem cells done myself, and have seen the results.  I hope that they become more available over time, as the healing power of our bodies is so great if given the opportunity.  I loved doing this show and discussing this topic.  Although some applications of stem cells is still not 100% known and needs more study, I’m sure we will see that explode in the next few years.

Guest Information

Dr. Harris Bram is a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His postgraduate training in anesthesia was performed at Hahnemann University Hospital where he sub-specialized in cardiac anesthesia. He completed his pain management fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.

 In 1993, Dr. Bram was recruited by Monmouth Medical Center to establish and coordinate the Acute and Chronic Pain Services Section of the hospital’s Anesthesia Department. Appointed Director of Pain Management Services, Dr. Bram set up a post-operative epidural service for acute pain.

 In 1997, Dr. Bram conceived and co-founded Spine and Pain Medicine of NJ & NY, where he specialized in interventional pain management. Over the years, his practice evolved as pain management technology advanced, and Dr. Bram became adept at minimally-invasive procedures.

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