Dr. James Deering is a fellowship trained, board-certified interventional pain physician at Carolinas Pain Institute and Center for Clinic Research in Charlotte. After completing his residency training in Anesthesiology at the University of Virginia and becoming a board-certified anesthesiologist, he went on to serve as an officer in the United States Air Force. Dr. Deering served as the Director of Regional Anesthesia at Wright Patterson Medical Center in Ohio and was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Wright State University. He deployed to Iraq on a forward surgical team, where he resuscitated numerous combat casualties and earned an Air Force Commendation Medal.
After serving in the military, Dr. Deering completed his fellowship training in pain medicine at Wake Forest University. He is engaged in multiple research studies in the areas of spinal cord stimulation and radiofrequency ablation. He specializes in advanced interventional pain management techniques to address a multitude of painful conditions. His goal is to provide compassionate care to all of his patients and help them return to the activities they had enjoyed before being limited by chronic pain.
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