Agnes Stogicza MD FIPP CIPS (anaethesiology)
Dr. Agnes Stogicza is a pain fellow who is on a two year fellowship at CHANGEpain and St. Paul's Hospital.
She is a US board-certified anesthesiologist and pain physician with 15 years of experience in interventional pain management. She completed her pain fellowship at the University of Washington, where she was on faculty for the last 7 years. As a clinician-educator she treats pain patients and teaches minimally invasive interventional pain procedures, regional anesthesia techniques and medication management for medically challenging chronic pain patients to pain fellows and residents.
She is a member of the World Institute of Pain (WIP) Education Committee, the World Academy of Pain Medicine Ultrasonography (WAPMU) Education Committee, Vice-Chair of the Hungarian Section of WIP and serves as an examiner for the FIPP (Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice) and CIPS (Certified Interventional Pain Sonologist) Board Certification.
She regularly lectures and teaches ultrasound and fluoroscopy guided minimally invasive pain management procedures in the US, Europe, South America and Africa for the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP), WIP, WAPMU, Singular and other societies.
Her main interests are neckpain and headaches in cervical trauma patients, groin pain, prolotherapy and other regenerative medicine techniques for various musculoskeletal conditions.