Eldor Brish, MD


Specialty:

Pain management

Group:

ETMC First Physicians

Education:

Interventional pain management fellowship, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Anesthesiology residency, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Intern, the New York Hospital, New York City, NY
Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Bachelor of Arts, University of Texas at Austin, TX

Awards & Associations:

Chronic Pain Resident Award Recipient, Baylor College of Medicine
Outstanding Resident Teacher Award, Baylor College of Medicine
Intern of the Year, the New York Hospital, New York City
Aurin Scholarship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Phi Beta Kappa Society
Alpha Phi Sigma academic honorary
Dean’s honor list, University of Texas at Austin
American Medical Association
American Society of Anesthesiologists
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists
Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association
Texas Pain Society

Clinical Interests:

Pain Management
Anesthesiology

Philosophy:

While attending medical school at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Eldor, L. Brish, MD, saw firsthand how eliminating the agony of pain can have a powerful effect on people’s quality of life and their outlook for their future. This experience pushed Dr. Brish to pursue an interventional pain management fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where he attained extensive experience in treating both cancer and non-cancer patients using cutting-edge minimally invasive procedures.
As a pain management specialist, Dr. Brish helps patients dealing with discomfort from degenerative disc disease, injury and a variety of other pain conditions. “The most rewarding aspect of my job is helping someone overcome pain – it has a dramatic positive effect on all aspects of a patient’s life.”
Throughout his training, Dr. Brish has contributed to a variety of scholarly research articles in academic journals including Journal of Acute Pain, American Journal of Therapeutics and Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. He is an active member in the Texas Pain Society and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Brish provides a variety of treatments, including spinal injections, spinal cord stimulators, epidural steroid injections and minimally invasive procedures.