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Dr. David M. Glick, ...
Dr. David M. Glick, DC
Dr. David M. Glick
has a very unique clinical background.
Dr. Glick frequently lectures in evaluating difficult neck and back pain patients through such programs as the American Academy of Pain Management, where he serves on committees that help create the curriculum to educate other physicians and healthcare providers, and create the examinations which other health care provides must take to become board certified.
He also serves on the board of advisors for the American Society of Pain Educators.
has lectured on other topics that include Electrodiagnosis and Interventional Pain, and recently co-authored a chapter on Electrodiagnosis for the 7 th edition of Weiner's Textbook of Pain Management, where he
also acted to edit the section of the book addressing common pain syndromes.
has been in private practice for over 15 years evaluating difficult, chronic, and complicated pain patients.
extensive training in musculoskeletal conditions associated with the spine began with his
becoming a chiropractic physician, following in the foot steps of Hippocrates, credited with being the father of modern medicine.
Relying upon his
training and experience, he
will work with other specialists to assist in treating even the most painful conditions helping to enable you live your life pain free.
It is not uncommon for Dr. Glick to diagnose the cause of your pain and then refer you for treatment that requires the skills of another specialist, often times this may be the physician you have seen before but this time with a more specialized diagnosis of the cause.
Diagnosing the cause of pain is the specialty to which Dr. Glick
has dedicated his
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David M. Glick, DC, DAAPM, CPE
David M. Glick, DC, BS, ...
David M. Glick, DC, BS, CPE
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David Glick, DCClinicianNeural Pain Assessment, PC
View Biography David M. Glick, DC, Neural Pain Assessment.Dr. Glick
currently practices in Richmond, Virginia, where he
concentrates on pain associated with the spine and extremities primarily within model of interventional pain management.While earning his degree, he had been involved with research relying upon evoked potentials.
This led to his
clinical practice utilizing evoked potentials to guide interventional pain treatments.He
has since lectured on clinical applications and improving evoked potential techniques, as well as differential diagnosis of repetitive stress injuries, difficult neck and back pain patients including post-operative pain syndromes.He
currently serves and the Education Planning and Examination Committees for the American Academy of Pain Management
, co-authored the chapter on electrodiagnosis for the 7th Edition of Weiner's Textbook of Pain Management, and acted as a section for the Common Pain Syndromes section of the same text.
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David Glick, DC