Meredith Barad, MD

Headache and facial pain specialist

Pain management specialist

Pain Management Center

  • 450 Broadway Street
  • Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Phone: 650-723-6238
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Headache and Facial Pain Clinic

  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • Stanford, CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6469
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Headache and Facial Pain Clinic at the Pain Clinic in Redwood City

  • 450 Broadway Street
  • Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Phone: 650-723-6469
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Neurogenetic Oncology Program

  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • Stanford, CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6469
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Professional Education

Board Certification, United Council for Neurologic Subspecialites, Headache (2012)

Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (2007) CA

Medical Education: Stanford University School of Medicine (2003) CA

Internship: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (2004) CA

Board Certification: Pain Medicine, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (2009)

Board Certification: Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (2008)

Fellowship: Stanford Hospital and Clinics - Pain Mgmt (2008) CA

Administrative Appointments

Co- Director Orofacial Pain Program, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, 2014

Complex regional pain syndrome is associated with structural abnormalities in pain-related regions of the human brain.
Barad, M. J., Ueno, T., Younger, J., Chatterjee, N., & Mackey, S. (2014). Complex regional pain syndrome is associated with structural abnormalities in pain-related regions of the human brain. journal of pain , 15(2), 197-203.

Human Response to Unintended Intrathecal Injection of Botulinum Toxin
Carroll, I., Fischbein, N., Barad, M., & Mackey, S. (2011). Human Response to Unintended Intrathecal Injection of Botulinum Toxin. PAIN MEDICINE, 12(7), 1094-1097.

Serratus muscle stimulation effectively treats notalgia paresthetica caused by long thoracic nerve dysfunction: a case series.
Wang, C. K., Gowda, A., Barad, M., Mackey, S. C., & Carroll, I. R. (2009). Serratus muscle stimulation effectively treats notalgia paresthetica caused by long thoracic nerve dysfunction: a case series. Journal of brachial plexus and peripheral nerve injury, 4, 17-?.