Samer Narouze


Dr. Narouze is currently the chairman of the Center for Pain Medicine at Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Also, he is a clinical professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at OUCOM and a clinical professor of Neurological Surgery at OSU. He completed his residency in Anesthesiology and his Pain Medicine Fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He received his Ph.D. in cervicogenic headaches from Maastricht University, the Netherlands. As the Program Director of the Cleveland Clinic Pain Medicine Fellowship program, he received the title of "Master Educator. The Cleveland Clinic also presented him the "Innovator Award" for his advancement in the use of minimally invasive techniques used in treating chronic headaches. Dr. Narouze is board certified in pain medicine, neurology headache medicine, interventional pain management, as well as anesthesiology. He founded the American Interventional Headache Society and he is on the board of executive directors for the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine and serves in many committees for the American Academy of Pain Medicine and other national and international headache and pain organizations.He frequently speaks and serves as a visiting professor both nationally and internationally. Use of ultrasound-guided nerve blocks for a headache and pain were pioneered by Dr. Narouze. He also authored the first and only book on interventional headache management, “Interventional Management of Headache and Face Pain: Nerve Blocks and Beyond”.

Research Interests:

  • His research interest involves
  • Anesthesiology : Pain Medicine, Pediatric Pain Medicine
  • Clinical Interests : Headache

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