Neuromodulation: New Devices That Can Ease Pain

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Key Questions
  • How does neuromodulation work?
  • Is it safe and how effective is it?
  • Who is most likely to benefit from neuromodulation?
Interview Notes
Brian Grosberg

Brian Grosberg, MD

Director and Headache Specialist
Hartford HealthCare Headache Center

Dr. Brian Grosberg is the director of the Hartford HealthCare Headache Center and a professor of neurology at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He is a board-certified neurologist and headache specialist who has been awarded Clinical Headache Fellowship Award from the American Headache Society and the Members Choice Award for the Best Paper Published in Headache in 2014. While Dr. Grosberg has extensive experience with clinical trials research, another primary academic area of interest is headache-related education. Accordingly, he has either authored or co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, invited reviews, textbooks, book chapters and abstracts.

Dr. Grosberg has delivered more than 150 invited lectures locally, nationally and internationally. Over more than a decade, Dr. Grosberg has trained many future physician leaders in the field of headache medicine.

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