Jeffrey Rosenberg, M.D., Ph.D. Get relief now!
, being a doctor is about restoring a meaningful quality of life to his patients. He works every day to ensure that his patients receive personalized care that is tailored to their unique condition. He strongly believes that pain management is about a lot more than just writing prescriptions and giving shots. Successful, long term, management of pain involves the patient in developing a care plan that includes the whole person. To Dr. Rosenberg, the reduction of pain is about a well-rounded approach that lets his patients get back to enjoying life to its fullest

Dr. Rosenberg began his college education at the University of Michigan in 1979, where he designed his own major in physiologic. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in 1982, he enrolled in Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine where he completed the Medical Scientist Training Program (combined MD/PhD) in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology in 1990 and researched methods to study gene replacement therapies.

At this point, Dr. Rosenberg’s mission to help others only grew. After finishing residency and a fellowship in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Rosenberg accepted a job at the renowned medical institution and worked as an attending physician in the operating rooms, Surgical, Neurologic, and Cardiac intensive care units. Dr. Rosenberg spent his days improving his patients’ quality of life and he devoted a large portion of time teaching up-and-coming doctors as an assistant professor. He also conducted cutting-edge research aimed at improving the treatment of deadly brain tumors.

In 2003, Dr. Rosenberg felt the need to return to his home state of Michigan (his wife said so), where he continued his dream of making a difference. From being an active member on several committees, including the Board of Directors of one of the most renowned anesthesiology groups in the country, to being the Chief of the Department of Anesthesiology at Garden City Hospital, to teaching at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, Dr. Rosenberg is clearly committed to helping in any way his talents allow.

Today, Dr. Rosenberg, who is board certified in pain medicine, critical care medicine, and anesthesiology, thrives on providing first-class patient care at his own practice, Prizm Pain Specialists. When he is not tending to patients, Dr. Rosenberg can be seen riding his motorcycle or enjoying quality time with his wife, Candi, and their three beautiful children. Connect with Dr. Rosenberg on Google Plus.

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