Dr. Patrick Page is a Cleveland Clinic, fellowship trained, interventional pain management physician.
He is a native of Springfield, Ohio where he was raised with his brother and sister. He attended The Ohio State University where he designed a speciality degree in neurochemistry. While there, he studied the intersection of organic chemistry and neurophysiology, under the tutelage of distinguished professors. He graduated in the top 5% of his class, receiving summa cum laude honors.
He grew tired of the ice and snow, and left for warmer weather. He attended the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University for medical school, where he was one out of ten out-of-state students accepted. He served as a mentor to other medical students before graduating with his Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.). He then pursed specialty residency training in the field of anesthesiology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. There, he received rigorous clinical training in all aspects of anesthesia and pain medicine. He was awarded the top resident award for neuroanesthesia, and received a first place award for his original research work on postoperative pain management for craniotomies at the Gulf Atlantic Anesthesia Resident’s Conference.
He has presented and attended numerous national meetings and conferences in the field of pain management, most recently completing the North American Neuromodulation Society Fellow’s Neuromodulation cadaver course.
He received two perfect cumulative scores on his in-training examinations and was in the top 10% on his anesthesiology written board examinations.
After the completion of his residency training, Dr. Page became an assistant professor with the department of anesthesiology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
While an assistant professor, he instructed trainees in the practice of anesthesiology and was recognized as an excellent teacher. As assistant professor, he oftentimes lead acute pain rounds performing postoperative nerve blocks and instructing residents in epidural anesthesia.
He left the department to return to Cleveland, Ohio to pursue subspecialty training in interventional pain management at the Cleveland Clinic. He trained under the tutelage of world renown pain doctors Dr. Cheng, Dr. Mekhail, and Dr. Rosenquist. Dr. Page has a special interest in pain management, as he seeks to improve function and quality of life. When Dr. Page isn’t at work, you can find him with his wife and dog at the beach.