After any type of surgery, pain is to be expected. The amount of pain that you have and its duration…
Zwade Marshall, MD
Zwade Marshall, MD is a Harvard-trained board certified anesthesiologist, and a fellowship trained interventional pain management specialist. With ten years of medical experience including several research and leadership roles, Dr. Marshall’s unique experiences give him a fresh perspective regarding chronic pain. He believes in a comprehensive approach to pain management centered on the patient’s functional goals.
Dr. Marshall joined Alliance in 2016 as an interventional pain specialist, and currently serves as Alliance’s Director of Medical Outcomes ensuring measurable and meaningful outcomes for patients.
Dr. Marshall obtained a joint degree in Medicine and Business at Emory University. While at Emory he was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year award for the school, recognizing his work
in co-founding the Pipeline Program, a longitudinal inner-city high school mentoring program.
The recipient of numerous other academic and professional honors, Dr. Marshall completed his residency at Harvard University’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. While at Harvard, Dr Marshall published numerous articles, co-authored textbooks and presented at national conferences on a variety of pain medicine and anesthesiology topics. He served as Chief Resident in the Department of Anesthesiology during his residency.
Dr. Marshall’s clinical interests include back, facial, headache, abdominal, pelvic, and cancer pain, and neuro-modulation therapy.
Dr. Marshall is actively involved in philanthropic work in the Atlanta community.