PainMedicineNews.com Study: 

"Paresthesia a Prognostic Cue

During Lumbar Injections"

(featuring Dr. Knezevic)

Dr. Knezevic received his MD and Ph.D. degrees from the School of Medicine, the University of Belgrade in Serbia. He completed his training at the University of Illinois-Chicago and joined the anesthesia team at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in April, 2009 as the Director of Anesthesiology Research. 


He has extensive expertise in basic and clinical research, which makes him an irreplaceable member of translational grants reviewing committees and IRB board. 


Dr. Knezevic is managing several clinical trials (phases I-IV) and testing different pain medications and medical devices for acute and chronic pain in our clinic.  Dr. Knezevic is a recognized lecturer in many national and international conferences with multiple awards for outstanding achievements. 

American Society of Regional

Anesthesia & Pain Medicine News

EMagazine:  New Therapeutic

Options in Perspective for Patients

with Chronic Low Back Pain

Clinical Associate Professor of Anesthesiology & Surgery; Division Chair, Clinical Research 

Dr. Nick Knezevic, M.D., P.H.D.

MD Magazine (MDmag.com

Article "Researchers Emphasize

Routine Urine Drug Testing to

Ensure Opioid Compliance,

Enhance Pain Care"

PainMedicineNews.com

Study:  "Opioid-Induced

Constipation May Be Vastly

Underreported" (featuring

Dr. Knezevic)

Medscape.com Article: Are

Smoking, Obesity Risky

With Spinal Cord

Stimulation for Pain?​

(featuring Dr. Knezevic)

Clinical Neurology News

E-Article (mdedge.com):Study

Finds Inaccurate Reporting of

Pain by Back Pain Suffers

(featuring Dr. Knezevic)

Articles, Events & Publications

April 2017:  ASIPP Awards Committee presents Dr. Knezevic with the Academic Achievement Award for his dedication to interventional pain management through teaching, mentoring, and research.  

MedicalResearch.com

Interview with Dr. Knezevic:

"Repeat Urine Drug Testing

Can Improve Compliance of

Patients on Opioid

Medications"

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