Dr. Chopra completed his Residency in Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine and Fellowship in Pain Medicine, Harvard Medical School in 2001. During his training he was awarded the John Hedley-Whyte Prize in Critical Care Medicine and the Nancy Oriol Prize in Obstetric Anesthesia. He was the Chief Fellow during his fellowship training in Pain Medicine. He is Board certified both in Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.

He is currently the Director of the Interventional Pain Management Center in RI. He holds the position of Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Medicine in Brown Medical School, RI. He is an Assistant Professor (Adjunct) at Boston University Medical Center.

He is an active member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and is vice president of the RI branch. He has been on the editorial board of several peer reviewed journals and is a reviewer for several more peer review journals.

He has a special interest in pediatric pain, neuropathic pain and RSD. He is an executive board member of RSDSA (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association). He also chairman of the Medical and Professional affairs committee. He is also the head of the Medical Advisory Board of TCAPP, The Coalition Against Pediatric Pain. He has several publications and books to his credit.

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Dr. Chopra will be supporting the EDS Awareness FREE online learning session on April 16th!  In this ongoing series, medical topics are presented to patients within the context of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and associated health conditions.  Don’t miss out on this LIVE event – focusing on your specific treatment concerns! 

Dr. Pradeep Chopra often spends 2-3 hours with his patients at the Interventional Pain Management Center of Rhode Island. He sometimes makes house calls. He e-mails hospital CEOs on behalf of his patients and doles out hugs as often as prescriptions. 

Dr Chopra raises money for TCAPP with the Polar Bear Plunge

A big thank you to Dr. Pradeep Chopra for taking the plunge for  pediatric pain!  And thank you to everyone who donated to TCAPP - it's not to late to participate. 

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