David Eidelson, MD, JD

David Eidelson MD

Dr. Eidelson is a 2nd generation physician, who completed his Residency and specialty training as an anesthesiologist at the University of Texas - MD Anderson Health Science Center in Houston.

He subsequently completed advanced Fellowship Training in Interventional Pain Management at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He has a particular interest in the application of current techniques to pain management as it relates to the spine, hips, shoulders, and knees. 




Northeastern University
Dec 2003-May 2006
B.S. Economics

Barry University School of Law
Sept. 2006-Dec. 2009
Juris Doctorate, Class 2009

Xavier University School of Medicine, Aruba
Jan. 2010-May 2011

Aureus University School of Medicine, Aruba
Sept. 2011-2014

University of Texas/MD Anderson Health Science Center at Houston
Anesthesiology Residency Class of 2018

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Pain Fellowship Class of 2019



Deans List, Northeastern University Class of 2006

Academic Scholarship, Barry University School of Law Class of 2009

Valedictorian, Aureus University School of Medicine 2014



Eidelson D., Eidelson, S.G., Geisse H. New Techniques Treating Elderly Patients with Radicular Pain and Neuropathic Symptoms Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis, European Journal of Pain. 2010 April 2010 Vol 4 Iss.(1): 182. Publication Status: Published.

A Less Invasive Technique Using Interspinous Process Decompression Implants (IPI) with Bone Dowel Fusion for Moderate to Severe Spinal Stenosis". Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 2009 Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. October 9-12, 2009.

New Techniques Treating Elderly Patients with Radicular Pain and Neuropathic Symptoms Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis." 3rd International Congress on Neuropathic Pain. Athens, Greece. May 27-30, 2010.

Treating 25 Elderly Patients With Multiple Comorbidities Using Interspinous Process Implants (MLIF) for Severe Lumbar Spondylosis With No Postoperative Surgical Wound Infections." Southern Orthopaedic Association 27th Annual Meeting. Fajardo, Puerto Rico. June 16-19, 2010.

A New Technique for Providing Minimally Invasive 360 Degree Spinal Fusions Using A Combination of Min- Peek Inserted Through A Unique Tube With Posterior Instrumentations For Patients With Foraminal Stenosis. 2010 Annual Meeting Society For Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. Miami, FL. November 5-7, 2010.

Treating 25 Elderly Patients with Multiple Comorbidities 
Using Less Instrumentation and Fusion for Moderate to Severe Stenosis" Southern Orthopedic Association’s Annual Meeting. White Sulpher Springs, WV. July 18-21, 2012.

Analysis Of Postoperative Pain Reduction As A Function Of Comorbidities In Elderly Patients.” Oral Presentation. Southern Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting. Ritz Carlton, West Palm Beach, FL. July 17 -20, 2013

Interventional Pain Procedures in the Elderly Population Lowers Opioid Use and Improves Post Operative Outcomes.  American Society Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine(ASRA); 2016 Nov 17-19; San Diego, California



South Palm Orthospine Institute May 2010-Dec 2010  
Director of Research
Boca Raton, Fl.

  • Devised, designed and implemented research protocols to evaluate interspinous process implant outcomes in patients with multiple comorbidities. 
  • Functioning as lead researcher I was responsible for overseeing data gathering, analysis, abstract submission, as well project presentation.


SYA Press Aug. 2008 Aug.2009
Compliance Officer Boca Raton, FL.

  • Developed and implemented a unique comprehensive compliance plan to safeguard South Palm Orthospine Institute.
  • Conducted periodic audits keeping up to date on federal anti-kickback statutes, Stark Self-Referral Law, along with any relevant changes in HIPPA.


Deutsche Bank May 2008-Aug. 2008
Associate, Legal Risk and Capital
New York, NY.

  • Centralized key on boarding compliance operations to streamline new account openings.
  • Oversight responsibilities as a liaison between KYC team, Relationship Management, and AML Compliance.


Rod Smith Inc. Mar. 2006-Aug. 2006
District Campaign Manager Boca Raton, FL.

  • Created and managed new campaign initiative, in order to increase exposure and participation within the Palm Beach County District.



Aureus School of Medicine Research Society

Created research society within my home program to foster academic and clinical research.  My responsibilities as president included setting up weekly meetings, presenting relevant research as well helping students develop there ideas into working abstracts. 

Good Morning Spine

Created and maintained an interactive blog that helps educate patients on back pain.  The platform further provided a medium for doctors to discuss new advancements within the orthopedic community.

Sigma Alpha Mu
Community Service Chairman

Devised, organized, and implemented multiple charity run events. Most notably was the quarterly food drive initiative that integrated the Greek Olympics into a successful food drive.

Kiwanis Club

Global volunteer member organization focused on servicing the community needs.  Actively involved in the Eliminate Project to helping immunize future babies from neonatal tetanus.

Toastmasters International

Mentored members interested in taking on leadership roles in society helping develop their communication skills. Concentrated primarily on situational public speaking and debating effectively.



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