Hammad Malik, M.D.

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Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 8.00 – 17:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Testimonials

I’m in the process of treatments to relieve my back pain. The treatment by Dr. Malik is proving to be very encouraging, and this will make life easier and more enjoyable. Dr. Malik and his staff have been very kind and supportive. I look forward to continuing easing of my pain.

Judy C. – Nov 22, 2019
~ Patient

Dr. Malik and staff are more than happy to explain your treatments and answer questions as well as treating you with the utmost respect. My experiences with Dr. Malik have been very helpful in reducing pain with various types of treatment that truly treat the conditions and symptoms that provide lasting results. Care and compassion are first with all staff. Excellence in all areas, and would highly recommend anyone who is truly seeking the latest procedures that treat your pain (not mask it).

L. H. – Nov 27, 2019
~ Patient

Does great job for me uses local anesthetic before frequency manipulation that’s a plus. On procedures Dr Malik takes u in quick does procedure ready to go home quickly with local anesthetic, beats the IV fluid drug that makes u loopy feeling must still have a driver. Nerve frequency manipulation has lasted 6 months so far – from 10 level to 2-6 level with medicine mid back epidural last about 2 months +>- 10 level to 5 level w med. does a great job highly recommend Dr Malik To anyone in pain.

Timothy Bush
~ Patient

I have had nothing but great experiences with IPS and all of its staff! They take the time to listen and have always had suggestions for me to try. My diagnosis is accurate and they have worked very hard to come up with a treatment plan that I can afford. I do not feel like a “number” here but seen as an actual person that needs help.

Joanna R. – Jan 08, 2020
~ Patient

Dr. Malik always explains everything that he is doing. I fully trust him with my diagnosis and treatment plan. Dr. Malik has made it so much better pain wise to do my ADL’s and to work on a daily basis. I would not be able to do what I do on a daily basis without his help in controlling my pain. I have also had problems with IV placement. Dr. Malik was always willing to step in and place it for me. I was fearful at first when I was referred to pain management, but Dr. Malik has made me feel comfortable with my treatment plan. He always makes sure that my comfort comes first during each and every procedure.

Jenni D. – Nov 27, 2019
~ Patient

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Hammad Malik, M.D.

Graduate Education

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Sulemania Public High School Lahore, Pakistan
April 1979 To March 1981
Secondary School Certificate: Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Mathematics (Stood First In Final Exam)

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Formen Christian College Lahore, Pakistan
April 1987 To March 1983
A Levels In Physics, Chemistry & Biology (Honors/Distinction In Bialogy)

Post Graduate Education

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Allama Iqbal College Lahore, Pakistan
April 1983 To December 1988
MBBS Degree

Internships

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General Surgery
October 1989 To April 1990
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (Teaching Facility) Lahore, Pakistan

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Internal Medicine
April 1989 To September 1989
Services Hospital (Teaching Facility) Lahore, Pakistan

Residency

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Anesthesiology
University of Kentucky Medical Center

Fellowship

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Pain Management
University Of Cincinnati Medical Center

Certifications

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American Board of Anesthesiology
Diplomat

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American Board of Anesthasiology
Pain Management

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Sub-Speciality Certification

Medical Licensure

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Kentucky State Medical License
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Ohio State Medical License

Clinical Experience

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Current Position
March 2009 To Present

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Chalrman/ Director
Richmond Pain Management Center Richmond KY

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Georgetown Pain Management Center,Georgetown. KY

Previous Positions

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Director
October 2003 to February 2009
Department of Anesthesia & Pain Management Williamson ARH Hospital
260 Hospital Drive, South Williamson, Kentucky 41503

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Assistant Professor
September 2002 To October 2003
Clinical Anesthesia & Pain Management
University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Fellowship in Pain Management
July 1, 2001 To June 30, 2002
University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Resident in Anesthesiology
July 1, 1997 To June 30, 2001
University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

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Locum Attending Physician/ Anesthesiologist
(Consultant)
Wexford General Hospital
Wexford, Republic of Ireland

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Registrar Anesthesiology
January 1997 To June 1997
(Senior Resident Physician)
Wexford General Hospital
Wexford, Republic of Ireland

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Senior House Officer Anesthesiology
January 1996 To December 1996
(Resident Physician)
Wexford Ganaral Hospital
Wexford, Republic Of Ireland

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Clinical Attachment Anesthesiology
October 1994 To December 1995
(With Dr. P.S. Gataure)
Princes Of Wales Hospital
Bridgend, South Wales, United Kingdom

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General Practitioner
April 1990 To August 1994
Lahore, Pakistan

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Best Clinical Teacher/Anesthesiologist Of The Year Award 2003
Department of Anesthesia
University Of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Examiner
Anesthesiology – ABA Oral Board Review Course

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Led Daily Morning Conferences For Junlor Residents
Wexford General Hospital, Ireland
University of Cincinnati Medical Center; Cincinnati, Ohio

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Lectures and Tralning For Medical Students
Princes of Wales Hospital, United Kingdom
University of Kentucky Medical Center; Lexington, Kentucky
University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, Ohio

Memberships

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American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
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American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)
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American Society of Regional Anesthesia & Pain (ASRA)
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Kentucky Society of Anesthesiologists (KSA)
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Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists (OSA)
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Cincinnati Pain Society (CPS)
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American Society of Critical Care Medicine

Reasearch

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Published In International Journal Of Receptors, Channels And Transporters.
Volume 10, Issue 2 (2004)
Title: Influeces Of Gender And Age On The Analgesic Action Of Morphine And Enhancement Of Morphine Analgesia By Selective Antagonism Of The Opioid
Excitatory Receptor Function In Rats. A Determination Of Tail Flick Latencles In Morphine And Morphine Plus l Naltrexone Treated Framale And Male Rats. B-Determination Of Tail Flick Latency In Female Rats Treated With Daily Injections Of Morphine Alone Or Morphine Plus Naltrexone, Authors: S. R. Hamann, M.D.; H. Mallk, M.D.; €. Wala, Ph.D; J. W. Sloan, Ph.D.;
Affiliation: University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine; Lexington, Kentucky

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Case Report Presented at Midwest Anestheisology Residents Conference in Omaha, Nebraska
March 2002
Title: Epidural Neuroplasty In A Case OF Recalcitrant Neuropathic Pain Secondary To Metastatic Pelvic Ostaosarcoma
Authors: H. Malik, M.D.: C. Schatazman, Msn; K, Goldschneider, M.D.; S. Datta, M.D.
Affiliation: University Of Cincinnati Medical Center & Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Status: Published In Pain Journal

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Study Presended At Midwest Anesthsisology Residents Conference in Omaha, Nebraska
March 2002
Title: Assessing The Level Of Evidence Based Efficacy Of Neuroaxial Blocks
On Post Herpatic Neuralgia. Authoris; H. Malik, M.D.; V. Kumar, M.D.; K. Krone, M.D.; A. Mathieu, M.D.
Affiliation: University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, Ohio Status: Currently Menuscript In Preparation for Publication.

Other Interests

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Languages: Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi & English.
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Sports: Professional Cricket Palyer, Played At Natlonal/International Levels For Pakistan.
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Captain Of University Of Kentucky’s Cricket Club ~ 1997 To 2001.
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Best Athlete In Medical School.

References

Upon Request