Dr. Baldwin graduated from Colorado College with a BA in Chemistry. He then did graduate work in biochemistry at Rice University, prior to going to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree. He completed a residency in Anesthesiology, doing extensive training in Pain Management, at the University of Washington. He also did fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital and the University of Washington.
Dr. Baldwin has extensive training and experience in the evaluation and comprehensive treatment of Chronic Pain through interventional techniques as well as medical management and adjunctive therapies. Since completing his residency, Dr. Baldwin continues to add to his skills through continued training in new pain management techniques.
Comprehensive Interventional Pain Management: The focus of this practice is evaluation and treatment of chronic pain and pain syndromes on a referral basis. This is accomplished through comprehensive treatment including interventional techniques. The goal of therapy is to improve functionality and quality of life.
Interventional Pain Procedures include but are not limited to: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Epidural Injections, including all types of Epidural Steroid injections: cervical, thoracic, lumbar and caudal ;Facet (Medial Branch Nerve) blocks and radio frequency nerve ablations/ facet denervation; Sympathetic blocks for treatment of conditions such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy; Joint and Bursa Steroid Injections; Peripheral Nerve Injections and Ablations; Implantation and management of Spinal Cord Stimulators; Implantation and management of Intrathecal Drug Pumps
Field of Study
University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX
University Of Washington School Of Medicine
Anesthesiology And Pain Management
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Critical Care Medicine