Sanjeev Kumar, MD

Sanjeev Kumar, MD

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Biography

Dr. Kumar earned his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from Delhi University in India. He trained at Delhi University/ Safdarjung Hospital for his residency training in Anesthesiology. Dr. Kumar then interned and was a resident at Wayne State University/ Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, MI. He completed his fellowship training in Pain Medicine there as well. He is certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology. Dr. Kumar has extensive clinical, research & editorial experience. He has served as a member of editorial board of different pain journals. He is a member of several professional societies such as the North American Spine Society, American Society of Anesthesiology etc. and a Lifetime Secretary of Society for Awareness in Medical Emergency. He is the Medical Director of Pain Medicine Clinic at UF Health. He pioneered Endoscopic Spine Decompression surgeries at UF Health and put UF Health on the select list of institutions where patients have access to cutting edge minimally invasive spine surgery.

Education

Fellowship - Pain Management
Wayne State University
2011

Residency - Anesthesiology
Wayne State University
2010

Internship - Anesthesiology
Wayne State University
2007

Residency - Anesthesiology
Delhi University
2004

Bachelor of Medicine
University College of Medical Sciences
2000

Board Certification

  • Anesthesiology - American Board of Anesthesiology
  • Pain Management - American Board of Anesthesiology

Honors and Awards

Second Place "Radiofrequency lesion size varies depending on the solution used "
Advanced Regional Anesthesia Conference
2012

First place "Assessment of Difficulty in Airway Management in Obese Patients"
Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists
2010

Third place "Dosage of mepivacaine in ultrasound guided axillary block"
Advanced Regional Anesthesia Conference
2009

First Place
Indian Society of Anesthesiology annual conference
2004