Whitney K. Braddy, M.D. is pain management doctor in North Carolina. He practices out of National Spine & Pain Centers’ Cary, Henderson, and Raleigh, NC offices. Dr. Braddy is trained in interventional pain medicine as well as regional anesthesia. He utilizes x-ray techniques to treat neck and back pain as well as ultrasound techniques to address pain throughout the body.
Dr. Braddy earned his medical degree from the East Carolina University School of Medicine, Greenville, North Carolina. Upon completing an internship in internal medicine and a residency in anesthesiology at Tulane University, he also earned a Master’s in Business Administration from the New Orleans-based higher education learning institution in 2014. Tulane was also the site for his regional anesthesia fellowship. He completed a pain management fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in 2016.
Dr. Braddy is board certified in Anesthesiology as well as Pain Medicine. His clinical expertise encompasses a variety of diagnostic specialties and treatments, including Epidural Nerve Block, Medial Branch Block, Joint Injections, Radiofrequency Neurotomy Selected Nerve Root Injections (SNRI), and Spinal Cord Stimulation.
“Pain medicine can transform lives. Helping people regain function and get back to living thier lives in incredibly rewarding. I feel very fortunate to be a physician and to be able to help others.” ~ Whitney K. Braddy, M.D.