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HealthTap, a national consortium of clinics, hospitals, and medical corporations, has Ranked Dr. Workman the #1 Pain Management Physician in the US, and in the top 20 overall Physicians in the US. This was the result of their Diagnosis and Treatment Competition among hundreds of thousands of US Physicians.
Dr. Workman is an American Medical School Graduate (MD, Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston), with residency training initially in Internal Medicine at UT Medical Center, where he is now a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. He was an Emergency Medicine physician for five years in the late 80's and early 90's. Dr. Workman completed residency training at the widely acclaimed University of Virginia's Combined Psychiatric Medicine program, combining internal medicine, neurology and psychiatry.
His post residency fellowship experience in clinical neuroscience and pain medicine was also at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. There, he was a Laughlin Fellow, a full faculty member, and Co-Director of the Multidisciplinary Pain Clinic until the late 1990's, when he and his wife returned to Knoxville to raise their children.
Dr. Workman has practiced Pain Medicine here in Knoxville and taught in the Dept. of Medicine at UT Medical Center, where he is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, since his return to this area. At UTMC he teaches Medicine residents in the areas of Pain Medicine, Clinical Neuro-science, Neuropsychiatric Medicine, and Neuro-psychopharmacology.
Active in community service, Dr. Workman received the Ronald Reagan Medal Of Honor for his work as Medical Consultant to the National Republican Congressional Committee. He is a member of FBI Infraguard, and a Physician Neuroscience Consultant to the US Army Medical Command. Dr. Workman has served on the Advisory Boards of the American Academy of Pain Management and The American Academy of Pain Medicine.
Dr. Workman has published over 70 articles and 8 books in pain medicine and neuroscience areas (see his profile on Amazon.com). His pain medicine research has been featured in Kaplan and Sadock's internationally recognized, Synopsis of Psychiatry, and he has served as the Chief Editor of the international journal, Pain Digest. He has been featured on the cover of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry for his work on the effects of SSRIs.
Dr. Workman is currently on the Editorial Boards of the widely acclaimed journals, CNS Disorders, and the Journal of NeuroInflammation. He is the co-author of the international best selling CRC Press textbook, STRESS MEDICINE, and senior author of the PRACTICAL HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. He has been an invited speaker at the NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATION INSTITUTE, and the United Nation's WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. Both for his clinical research and his innovative clinical practice in the treatment of chronic pain.