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April 27, 2021
Everyone was very kind and supportive from the time of my pre-procedure calls through my discharge. I really appreciated Dr. Stacey taking to time to explain his approach to having his fellow, Dr. [...], doing the procedure under his guidance. [...] RN did a great job with my [...]. I could tell that the team worked very well together. The Rad Techs were great once I was in the room and helped to position me so that I was comfortable and communicated what they were doing since I was in a prone position and could not see what was going on in the room. It is a scary prospect [...] and I felt totally cared for with the time taken to do this procedure in a very kind and professional manner. Thank you to everyone on the team!
April 1, 2021
Dr. Stacey was attentive and quickly diagnosed the cause of my problem. The staff seemed competent but not very interested in my visit. They were not rude, but did their duties mechanically.
March 16, 2021
my experience with Dr. Stacey was wonderful!!!
February 22, 2021
Great team - Dr. Stacey, the Fellow, the resident, [...] the nurse - all great.
December 16, 2020
all very good, Dr Stacey, [...], [...], and the other guy in the procedure room [...]. thanks
December 9, 2020
Dr. Stacey was amazing. As was the MD who did the initial background review of my issues. I forget her name. This was likely the best MD visit I have ever had.
About Brett R. Stacey
Brett Stacey, M.D., is a board certified physician and medical director at the Center for Pain Relief at UWMC-Roosevelt and a UW professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Stacey’s greatest satisfaction as a physician is when I help someone regain what has been lost to them because of their pain.
Dr. Stacey earned his M.D. from the University of Michigan. He is board certified in both Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology. He served on the board of directors of the American Board of Pain Medicine from 2000 to 2003. He has more than 50 publications and several ongoing research projects focused on moving new treatments into patient care. He has a particular interest in patients with neuropathic pain including neuropathy, nerve injury and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Another focus of his practice is treating patients with ongoing spinal pain.
Education and Training
Residency, 1990, Anesthesiology Pain Management
Medical education, 1986
Pain Medicine, 1993, American Board of Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology, 1991, American Board of Anesthesiology