Our founder has authored three books about the diagnosis and management of chronic pain and over 30 chapters in various medical textbooks.  He has also written over 50 articles for medical journals, and his innovative work at Mensana Clinic is reported in published outcome studies.  He found that 71% of patients diagnosed with RSD actually have nerve entrapments (Pan Arab Journal of Neurosurgery, 2002), 88% to 92% of patients who survived severe electrical injury or lightning strike have not been properly diagnosed, (articles submitted), and 98% of all patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia do not meet the published diagnostic criteria for the disorder (article submitted).

If you would like to read more about Mensana Clinic and the work we are doing, please select from the titles below.

“Depression Caused by Chronic Pain”, JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY, Vol. 45, No. 3, Sec. 2: 30-36, 1984.

“Overlooked Physical Diagnoses in Chronic Pain Patients Involved in Litigation, Part 2”, PSYCHOSOMATICS, Vo. 37, No. 6, 1996.

#147;Validating and Treating the Complaint of Chronic Back Pain: The Mensana Clinic Approach”, Chapter 20 in CLINICAL NEUROSURGERY, Volume 35, eds. Peter McBlack, M.D., Ph.D., E. Alexander, D. Barrow, et. al. Williams and Wilkins 1984.

 “Differential diagnosis of complex regional pain syndrome, Type 1 (RSD), ”The Pan Arab Journal of Neurosurgery, Vo. 6, No. 2, October 2002.