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Randy Rosen, M.D.

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Based in Los Angeles, California, Randy Rosen, M.D., is a Pain Management expert and Anesthesiologist who possesses over two decades of experience. He is the President and CEO of Rosen Anesthesia Group, as well as the Medical Director and Chief of Anesthesia Wellness Wave, LLC. 

​Dr. Rosen obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology in 1985 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his Medical Degree from the University of Illinois Medical School at Chicago in 1989. After obtaining his board certification in Anesthesiology and completing a Fellowship in Pain Management, Randy Rosen, M.D. began practicing medicine in 1998. He started his career as the Medical Director at S&B Surgery Center in Beverly Hills. From there, he advanced further and became the CEO of Salus Surgical Group in 2003, later transitioning back to S&B Surgery Center as the Chief of Anesthesia until 2009 when he opened his own clinic. 

As a specialist in pain management, Dr. Rosen understands the immense opportunity he possesses to help change a patient’s life. To help his patients manage and cope with the functions of daily living, through the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of their conditions is incredibly rewarding. Throughout his entire career, his main goal has been to elevate his patients’ quality of life by maximizing pain relief, as well as improving their psychological wellbeing. 

Pain is debilitating—both mentally, physically, and emotionally—and Randy Rosen, M.D. has committed to treating his patients as individuals. His clinic specializes in a patient-centered, comprehensive, and multi-modal approach to treating symptoms of chronic pain as it related to the neck, back, upper and lower extremities, and headaches. Their services include lowering opioid dependency, spinal cord stimulation, nerve blocks, epidural or muscle injections, and nerve radiofrequency ablation.

As a leader in pain management, Dr. Rosen has published numerous scholarly and scientific articles. In 1994, he published “Post-Rhytidectomy Pain: Incidents and nature of post-operative face-pain,” as well as “Porocoat Trilock Hip System: A Prospective Study,” published in 1998. To this day, he remains committed to staying on top of the latest research in pain management and anesthesiology to ensure that his patients get the best, most effective treatment possible.

When he has the free time, Randy Rosen, M.D., can be found spending time with his wife and children. He is a father of four kids, aged 4 to 24. To learn more about Dr. Rosen, please read his blogs. 

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