Pain Management Doctor Nicholas Bremer, MD
Doctor Nicholas Bremer is an Ivy League, fellowship-trained, double board-certified interventional Pain Medicine Specialist and Anesthesiologist. He completed Pain Medicine fellowship training at the prestigious Columbia University in New York City, and trained in Anesthesiology at New York University, home of the storied Bellevue Hospital. He received his medical degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine, and his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University.
Dr. Bremer is committed to evidence-based medicine and is active in clinical research. He is a primary or sub-investigator on several ongoing clinical trials currently enrolling patients. He maintains a national presence and holds Board of Director positions with both the West Virginia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (WVSIPP) and the American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (APSN). In addition, he teaches at national conferences for the North American Neuromodulation Society and teaches resident physicians from WVU.
Dr. Bremer is a decorated, former active-duty U.S. Naval Flight Surgeon, achieving the rank of Commander, and continues service in the Navy Reserve. He earned his “Wings of Gold” from the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in 2008. He has treated Sailors, Marines, and allied forces all over the world in various situations, including during the fallout of the tsunami and earthquake that struck Japan. He ultimately was promoted to Department Head of Navy’s only overseas Aviation Medicine clinic in Japan.
Just as every flight plan in aviation, Dr. Bremer believes each patient deserves his or her own tailor-made, custom treatment plan. He believes in compassionate, patient-centered care, which addresses the emotional impact of pain. He strives to help patients resume an active lifestyle, achieve their individual goals, and improve functionality.