About Edward J. Kowlowitz, MD
Dr. Ed Kowlowitz is the Owner and Medical Director of the Center for Pain Management and Center for Special Surgery. A native of New York state, he earned his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Columbia University and completed medical school at New York Medical College. After completing his residency at Danbury (CT) Community Hospital, he performed his both anesthesiology residency and chronic pain management fellowship at Duke University Medical Center.
Since opening the Center for Pain Management in 1992, Dr. Kowlowitz has held numerous additional positions, including Chief of Anesthesiology at PhysiciansCare Outpatient Surgical Center, and Medical Director of the Winona Hospital Pain Management program.
Dr. Kowlowitz employs a multidisciplinary approach to pain management, including assessment and treatment of pain and suffering. He and his colleagues at Center for Pain Management utilize interventional procedures, physical therapy, medication management, and psychological counseling, all of which are provided within the walls of his practice, to help patients manage or overcome their conditions.
Dr. Kowlowitz has a particular interest in neuromodulation to treat chronic neuropathic pain and has done extensive research and training with Advanced Neuromodulation Systems in order to evaluate and improve the safety and effectiveness of such devices. He is one of the leading implanters of spinal cord stimulators in the state of Indiana and the Midwest.
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