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Devang Padalia, MD
Locations: Moffitt Cancer Center
Dr. Devang Padalia is currently division chief of the Interventional Pain Department at Moffitt Cancer Center. He is a double board-certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician in the Department of Anesthesia and Interventional Pain Management. He is an assistant professor of oncological sciences and neurology at the University of South Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Padalia graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University with a degree in Biochemistry. He then continued his education at the University of Florida College of Medicine where he received his medical degree. After earning his medical degree he completed his residency in Anesthesiology and a fellowship in Pain Medicine at the University of South Florida. Upon completion of his training, Dr. Padalia worked as an anesthesiologist at Moffitt Cancer Center while also working at Florida Medical Pain Management. After 2009, he joined Moffitt Cancer Center as a fulltime provider working in both the Interventional Pain and Anesthesia departments. Dr. Padalia has a special interest in the education and training of all the Interventional Pain fellows through the Department of Neurology. He is also involved in the revenue and billing departments at the hospital as well as training the staff on electronic medical records. He has been a case review expert for medical malpractice. Dr. Padalia is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology and Florida Society of Anesthesiology.
Education & Training
- Pain Medicine
- University of South Florida - Anesthesiology
- University of South Florida - Anesthesiology
- University of Florida College of MedicineMD
- Padalia D, Escher AR, Aldawoodi NN, Shah N. A Patient with an Intradural Tumor: An Unexpected Finding. Cureus. 2020 Mar.12(3):e7376. Pubmedid: 32226698. Pmcid: PMC7093916.
- Padalia D, Kesayan T, Martin AJ, Shah N. Cervical Spinal Cord Stimulator Lead Migration and Transection Adjacent to the Foramen Magnum: A Case Report. Pain Pract. 2020 Jun.20(5):534-538. Pubmedid: 31793221.
- Aldawoodi NN, Escher AR, Padalia A, Padalia D. Sentinel Node Biopsy and Lumpectomy in a Patient with Machado-Joseph Disease. Case Rep Anesthesiol. 2019 Dec.2019:2309598. Pubmedid: 31934455. Pmcid: PMC6942782.
- Shah NA, Catlin E, Jassal N, Hafez O, Padalia D. Retained Curved Needle After Balloon Kyphoplasty: A Complication with a Novel Device and Its Management. Cureus. 2019 Apr.11(4):e4367. Pubmedid: 31192072. Pmcid: PMC6551195.
- Martin AJ, Padalia D, Shah N, Singh J, Jassal N. Spinal Cord Stimulator Electrode Dislodging into the Ligamentum Flavum: A Case Report. Pain Pract. 2018 Sep;18(7):884-888. Pubmedid: 29436158.
- Hafez O, Ackerman RS, Evans T, Patel SY, Padalia DM. Mental Nerve Blocks for Lip Brachytherapy: A Case Report. A A Pract. 2018 May.10(10):265-266. Pubmedid: 29757796.
- Hafez O, Ackerman RS, Evans T, Patel SY, Padalia DM. Mental Nerve Blocks for Lip Brachytherapy: A Case Report. A A Case Rep. 2017 Nov. Pubmedid: 29194063.
- Groshev A, Padalia D, Patel S, Garcia-Getting R, Sahebjam S, Forsyth PA, Vrionis FD, Etame AB. Clinical outcomes from maximum-safe resection of primary and metastatic brain tumors using awake craniotomy. Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 2017 Jun;157:25-30. Pubmedid: 28384595.
- Padalia RB, Reeves CJ, Shah N, Patel AA, Padalia DM. Case report: bilateral tunneled epidural catheters to prevent unilateral analgesia for cancer-related pain. Local Reg Anesth. 2017 Jul.10:79-82. Pubmedid: 28790864. Pmcid: PMC5529603.
- Padalia D, Reeves C, Galang E. Poster 399 The Bubble Technique: A Novel Use of Sterile Water to Facilitate Lead Placement. PM R. 2016 Sep.8(9S):S291-S292. Pubmedid: 27673149.
- Padalia D, Reeves C, Galang E. Poster 392 Neurotoxic Manifestations After Intrathecal Gadobutrol Injection: A Case Report. PM R. 2016 Sep.8(9S):S289. Pubmedid: 27673144.
- Reeves C, Padalia D, Kelleher L, Galang E, Patel A, Tran H. Poster 338 Rare Case of Hand Weakness and Numbness in an Anoxic Brain Injured Patient: A Case Report. PM R. 2016 Sep.8(9S):S270-S271. Pubmedid: 27673089.
- Padalia D, Jassal N, Patel S. Near Death Experience from Placement of an Intrathecal Catheter. Pain Physician. 2016 May;19(4):E621-E623. Pubmedid: 27228528.
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