Meet Dr. Atluri
Stem Cell Injections must be performed by highly qualified and trained physicians. If not, it can result in suboptimal outcomes and can increase the rate of complications. Dr.Atluri has 20 years experience in Interventional Spine Procedures. He has received extensive training in Stem Cell Procedures in the Spine. He is the only one in the area to be a certified in Regenerative Medicine by American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. He is also the pioneer for Stem Cell Therapies in Spine in Cincinnati and the First Physician in our area to do so. Dr. Atluri is the most published author in Pain Management in the Tri-state area. He has published 38 [and counting] articles in peer reviewed journals regarding Pain Management. Dr.Atluri was chosen as the top pain doctor in the Nation by the prestigious Becker’s Review. Dr.Atluri is one of the very few who is double Board Certified in Pain Management by American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians and World Institute of Pain. He is also a board certified in Anesthesia. He is also an Examiner for the ABIPP [American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians] Board examination which board certifies other pain physicians.
He is an Instructor for cadaver courses conducted by American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and he trains other Interventional pain physicians in the performance of spinal procedures. Dr.Atluri is a co-author for Guidelines of Opioid Management and Interventional Procedures from American Society of Interventional Pain Management. He also wrote a chapter in a textbook regarding Epidural Injections. Dr.Atluri is a local expert in Pain Management. He has been featured in many articles in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Dr.Atluri has been consistently chosen every year by his peers as “Top Doctor” in Pain Management by the survey from Cincinnati Magazine. Dr.Atluri is on the Governor’s Task Force for the Ohio State Medical Association to prevent Prescription Opioid Abuse. He is on expert witness panel for the State Medical Board of Ohio to prosecute physicians causing the epidemic of prescription opioid abuse.