Anesthesia Education

Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship

IAA’s Fairfield County division offers you a unique opportunity to train as a specialist in regional anesthesia, acute pain medicine, and orthopedic anesthesia.

Applications are open!
Apply before April 1st 2024.

Program Overview

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in our one-year Fellowship Program in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine. This program is offered through the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University and Integrated Anesthesia Associates. 

Our program is designed to provide the trainees with the expertise to effectively select and implement various regional and opioid-sparing options for enhanced recovery, facilitate OR flow, and improve perioperative management.

IAA Fellows will be given the opportunity to perform as many blocks as possible to achieve procedural expertise by completion of their training.

Note: We do not provide any training with nerve stimulation.

Become a Technical Expert

Upon completion of the program, fellows will be technical experts who are ready for a position in a fast-paced clinical practice with rapid turnovers. They will possess a deep knowledge of, and expertise in, the building blocks of a successful acute pain/regional anesthesia program, and they will have a full understanding of the billing aspects of regional anesthesia, as well.

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Theresa Bowling, MD

Theresa Bowling, MD
Fellowship Program Director, Fairfield Division

IAA Anesthesia Fellowship
Fairfield Division
Attn: Theresa Bowling, MD
2 Trap Falls Road, Suite 414
Shelton CT 06484

Vlad Frenk, MD

Vlad Frenk, MD, FASA
Fellowship Program Co-Director, Fairfield Division

Dr. William Perillo

William Perillo, DO
Assistant Fellowship Program Director, Fairfield Division