I seek to treat chronic pain patients with a multidisciplinary approach that seeks to maximize quality of life, improves functionality, and utilizes treatment that is both safe and effective.
Dr. Chiang graduated from the University of Michigan with dual undergraduate degrees before graduating from the University of Michigan Medial Center. He did his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Rochester Primary Care Program, and worked as an Emergency Medicine physician at the University of Rochester. While there, he completed his Anesthesiology residence and Pain Medicine fellowship. Dr. Chiang is now a pain physician at the Center for Pain Management and within the Neurosciences department.
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