Dr. Rahul Sarna grew up in Plano, Texas. He earned his degree in electrical and biomedical engineering from the University of Texas. He was a technical- engineering consultant before becoming a physician. He earned his medical degree from American University of the Caribbean in the Netherlands Antilles, and was a dean’s list scholar with Alpha Omega Phi honors. He was Intern of the Year in internal medicine at Griffin Hospital. He was Resident of the Year in anesthesiology at the University of Connecticut. He completed a fellowship in interventional pain management at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y., where he published chapters on neonatal/ infant pain and spoke about complex regional pain syndrome.
Sarna understands chronic pain impacts every patient differently. He focuses on getting them back to what they love to do. He specializes in cancer pain, back/neck pain, joint pain, complex regional pain syndrome, headaches, peripheral neuropathies, abdominal pain, pelvic pain and phantom pain. Sarna has a special interest in stem-cell therapies and neuromodulation. Sarna enjoys travel, cooking with his wife and playing with his baby boy. “Pain is very prevalent,” he says. “If you know someone who lives in chronic pain, you know how debilitating it can be, so we absolutely have to do what we can to treat it.”
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