Dr. Sutton, a native to Louisville and Southern Indiana, completed his undergraduate and medical degree from the University of Kentucky. He went on to complete his residency in anesthesiology at the Medical University of South Carolina as Chief Resident. Dr. Sutton then attended Vanderbilt University for his pain fellowship. His previous research experience includes a focus in neuronal plasticity. Dr. Sutton was among the first, in the Louisville area, to be trained in, as well as providing a new type of SCS that stimulates a spinal structure called the dorsal root ganglion (DRG). This new therapy has provided many patients yet another way to improve their functionality and quality of life.
Dr. Sutton is board certified in Pain Medicine & a board certified Anesthesiologist.
The use of ketamine infusions has generated great interest among patients and healthcare providers. In recent years, this treatment has been found to be effective in the treatment of both chronic pain and depression. Even some of the most challenging problems have responded, at times dramatically, to ketamine infusions. The growing evidence in support of its use, and ongoing research, suggest it will become more widespread and available as a treatment option.
At Ohio Valley Pain Institute, we believe that many patients can benefit from the use of ketamine infusions. OVPI is one of the few clinics where each patient has a tailor-made plan carefully designed by a physician. As board certified anesthesiologists and pain management physicians, Drs. Sinofsky and Sutton have extensive experience in evidence-based, cutting-edge treatments.
Your physician will be on site and readily available during the infusion to make sure you are relaxed and comfortable in our premier office setting.
School: University of Kentucky
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