Vernon B. Williams, M.D. specializes in neurology and pain management, including
conditions of the neck and spine, sports neurology, and electromyography. Dr. Williams
earned his medical doctorate at the University of Michigan, after which he completed
his internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and residency in Neurology at the
University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. He completed a clinical fellowship
in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Division of Pain Medicine
at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He is the Director of the Kerlan-Jobe Center
for Sports Neurology.
Dr. Williams is a significant contributor in the medical professional community
and is an active member of a number of medical societies, including the American
Medical Association, American Academy of Neurology, American Pain Society, American
Association for the Study of Headache, and International Injection Society. He has
authored several book chapters and journal publications and facilitated more than
30 lectures. Dr. Williams is regularly sought after by major media outlets for his
expertise and insights.
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