Nelson Hendler


Nelson Hendler is a 1966 cum laude graduate of Princeton, where he also played varsity lacrosse. He received an MD and an MS in neurophysiology from the University of Maryland and did his residency in psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Hendler was Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for 31 years, and clinical director of Mensana Clinic. He has been invited to lecture at over 50 medical schools and hospitals in the United States, including Mayo Clinic, Cornell, Uni..of Chicago, Johns Hopkins Hospital, New Jersey College of Medicine, and the University of Maryland. He has lectured in Canada, Norway, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Argentina, India, Japan and the Philippines. He has published 4 books, 34 medical textbook chapters, and 65 articles. He was past president of the Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Association of America and the American Academy of Pain Management. He received several Honors and awards including William C. Menninger Award - Honorable Mention -The Central Neuropsychiatric Association – 1974. He is an active member of many scientific societies Society of Sigma Xi - National Honors Science Society. He is certified by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America and American Academy of Pain Management.

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He has focused his efforts on research and development of Internet-based diagnostic tests in chronic pain patient, “lumbar or cervical sprain” cases, fibromyalgia, and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome cases and Treatment Algorithm. His current website, www.MarylandClinicalDiagnostics.com , is available for orthopaedic and neurosurgeons.

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