Hooshang Hooshmand, M.D. was in the practice of intractable Neurology at:
Neurological Associates Pain Management Center located in Vero Beach, Florida: managing intractable pain, intractable epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis. He had his training in Neurosurgery and Neurology at the Mayo Clinic. He was professor of neurology at the Medical College of Virginia for eight years. He has published over 80 scientific papers and 6 chapters of books on the subject of neurology. In 1993 he wrote a book titled Chronic Pain-Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy: Prevention and Management.
He is the recipient of research awards by the American Congress of Neurology as well as the AMA.
His pioneering works in the diagnosis and management of electrical injuries, management of Neurosyphilis, application of Clonazepam in intractable seizures, and application of ACTH in the treatment of chronic pain are some of his original contributions.
His interest in the subject of complex chronic pain of RSD dates back to his experience in RSD and sympathectomy as early as his neurosurgery training at the Mayo Clinic over 30 years ago. He is a strong believer in preventive medicine and avoidance of surgery.
He was teacher of the year in 1971, 1972, and 1973 at the Medical College of Virginia.
His passion for teaching is reflected in his writings- including his text book regarding RSD.
Doctor Hooshmand and his wife, Clara, have been enriched with three daughters and five lovely grandchildren.
To view Dr. Hooshmand’s extensive Curriculum Vitae please click on the link below to view this file in PDF- format.
Dr. Hooshmand's Curriculum Vitae