Dr Bennet Davis
Specialist in pain management and recovery
Dr Bennet E Davis is the director of the Pain Recovery Programme at Sierra Tucson. He served as founder and director of the University of Arizona Pain Center 1995-2002, where he was also director of the Pain Fellowship Program and co-founding faculty of the Arizona Cancer Center. In 2002, he and his colleagues founded Arizona’s first and only adult pain clinic to achieve American Pain Society Center of Excellence, The Integrative Pain Center of Arizona.
Dr Davis is board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine. He completed his undergraduate work at Stanford University and received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio. He then trained in orthopedic surgery and anesthesiology at the University of New Mexico and University of California. He completed his fellowship in Manchester, England, after finishing residency training.
He is involved in organised medicine as past president of the Pima County Medical Society, and is active on a national level in teaching as medical director for CHC Pain Echo, a telemedicine teaching programme for primary care providers across the US. He serves on many advisory boards for health policy.
For more indepth information, read Bennet Davis CV 2020.
PAST PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
“The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” 28th Annual Southwestern Conference on Medicine; Tucson, AZ; (05/02/19)
Bennet Davis, MD; “What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Answer: An Informed Look at Pain,” Austin, TX, (02/21/19)
“The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” San Francisco Bay, CA; (11/08/18)
“The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” San Diego, CA; (09/17/18)
“The Pain of Trauma, the Trauma of Pain,” PAPNA Monthly Meeting, Austin, TX; (08/22/18)
“Compassion Fatigue,” Southwest School for Behavioral Health Conference; Jaime Vinck, MC, LPC, NCC & Bennet Davis, MD, Tucson, AZ; (08/16/18)
“Pain Treatment,” Seattle, WA; (06/19/18)
“Pain Treatment,” Portland, OR; (06/18/18)
“The Evolution of Pain Medicine: The Pain of Trauma, The Trauma of Pain,” New York Symposium, New York, NY; (04/27/18)
“What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Answer: An Informed Look at Pain,” Phoenix Be Informed Breakfast, Phoenix, AZ; (03/14/18)
“What Neuroscience Can and Can’t Answer: An Informed Look at Pain,” Tucson Be Informed Breakfast, Tucson, AZ; (03/07/18)
“Pain, Trauma & Opioids,” Arizona Opioid Summit, Phoenix, AZ; (02/15/18)
“Changing the Paradigm in the Management of Chronic Pain and Substance Use Disorder in Texas,” Dell Medical School Summit, Austin, TX; (02/03/18)