Gerhard H. H. Mueller-Schwefe, MD


 

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Gerhard H. H. Mueller-Schwefe, MD


Head of Pain Relief Unit at the Interdisciplinary
Pain Clinic Goeppingen, Germany


President of the German Pain Association (DGS)


Contact details:
Tel: +49 71 61/97 64 76
Fax: +49 71 61/97 64 77
Email: gerhard.mueller-schwefe@mueller-schwefe.de



 

 

Since 2004 Vice President of Hospiz Landkreis Goeppingen e.V.

Since 1997 President of the German Pain Association (DGS)

Since 1985 Head of the Pain Relief Unit at the Interdisciplinary Pain Clinic Goeppingen, Germany

2008 Qualification in Acupuncture

1998 Qualification in Pain Relief

1996 Specialist in General Medicine

1993-1997 Vice President of SCHMERZtherapeutisches Kolloquium e.V.

1987 Qualification in Algesiology

1984 Specialist in Anaesthesiology

1983-1984 Senior registrar at Klinik am Eichert, Germany,
Department of Anaesthesiology

1980-1983 Assistant at Klinik am Eichert, Germany, Department of Anaesthesiology

1978-1979 Assistant at University Ulm, Germany, Department of Anaesthesiology

1977-1978 Assistant at county hospital Niedermarsberg, Germany,
Department of Internal Medicine

1977 Assistant at county hospital Niedermarsberg, Germany,
Department of Surgery

1976 MD at Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany

 

 

 

Dr Gerhard H. H. Mueller-Schwefe has extensive experience in the use of systemic and intrathecal opioids and triptanes. He is involved in clinical trials ranging from Phase II to Phase IV studies and authored 95 publications on management of chronic pain syndromes.


Dr Mueller-Schwefe is President of the German Pain Association (DGS) and a member of 17 medical societies that focus on pain relief, including the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) and Euro Pain. He has presented his work at numerous national and international conferences.

 

 

 

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C.J. Hambros Plass 2 C
0164 Oslo


E-Mail: no-info@grunenthal.com
Phone: 22 99 60 54
Fax: 22 99 60 10

 


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