Ian Carroll, MD, MS

Pain specialist, Anesthesiologist

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at the Stanford University Medical Center
4.7 out of 5
90 Patient Ratings
7 Patient Comments

Pain Management Center

  • 450 Broadway Street
  • Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Phone: 650-723-6238
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Cancer Center

  • 875 Blake Wilbur Drive
  • Palo Alto, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-498-6000
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Anesthesia Preoperative Evaluation Clinic

  • 300 Pasteur Drive
  • Stanford, CA 94305
  • Phone: 650-723-6412
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Professional Education

Medical Education: Columbia University (1998) NY

Fellowship: Stanford University School of Medicine (2003) CA

Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (2002) CA

Board Certification: Pain Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology (2004)

Internship: Stanford University School of Medicine (1999) CA

Board Certification: Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology (2003)

M.S., Stanford University, Clinical Epidemiology (2006)

M.D., Columbia University (1998)

Patient Ratings and Comments

4.7

Friendliness

4.7

Recommended to others

4.7

Explanations

4.7

Listens

4.6

Includes you in decisions

4.7

Clear Communication

4.7

Confidence in your doctor

4.0

Wait times

SHC Patient, Dec 2014

Would like to have asked Dr. Carroll more questions/clarifications. I will use my health online.

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Excellent doctor - he helped get my pain in face over 5 yrs. ago; got rid of my daughters migraines and is now treating my son's pain.

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Absolutely great.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

I have seen several providers for my pain Dr. Carroll is by far the best. From now on I will only schedule with him.

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Pain Quality Predicts Lidocaine Analgesia among Patients with Suspected Neuropathic Pain
Carroll, I. R., Younger, J. W., & Mackey, S. C. (2010). Pain Quality Predicts Lidocaine Analgesia among Patients with Suspected Neuropathic Pain. PAIN MEDICINE, 11(4), 617-621.

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-?.

Postoperative Pain Following Foot and Ankle Surgery: A Prospective Study
Chou, L. B., Wagner, D., Witten, D. M., Martinez-Diaz, G. J., Brook, N. S., & Carroll, I. R. (2008). Postoperative Pain Following Foot and Ankle Surgery: A Prospective Study. FOOT & ANKLE INTERNATIONAL, 29(11), 1063-1068.

Urinalysis vs urine protein-creatinine ratio to predict significant proteinuria in pregnancy
Dwyer, B. K., Gorman, M., Carroll, I. R., & Druzin, M. (2008). Urinalysis vs urine protein-creatinine ratio to predict significant proteinuria in pregnancy. JOURNAL OF PERINATOLOGY, 28(7), 461-467.

Mexiletine therapy for chronic pain: Survival analysis identifies factors predicting clinical success
Carroll, I. R., Kaplan, K. M., & Mackey, S. C. (2008). Mexiletine therapy for chronic pain: Survival analysis identifies factors predicting clinical success. JOURNAL OF PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT, 35(3), 321-326.

Multivariate analysis of chronic pain patients undergoing lidocaine infusions: Increasing pain severity and advancing age predict likelihood of clinically meaningful analgesia
Carroll, I., Gaeta, R., & Mackey, S. (2007). Multivariate analysis of chronic pain patients undergoing lidocaine infusions: Increasing pain severity and advancing age predict likelihood of clinically meaningful analgesia. CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN, 23(8), 702-706.

Intravenous lidocaine for neuropathic pain: diagnostic utility and therapeutic efficacy.
Carroll, I. (2007). Intravenous lidocaine for neuropathic pain: diagnostic utility and therapeutic efficacy. Current pain and headache reports, 11(1), 20-24.

Celiac plexus block for visceral pain.
Carroll, I. (2006). Celiac plexus block for visceral pain. Current pain and headache reports, 10(1), 20-25.

A vaccine to prevent herpes zoster
Carroll, I., Gaeta, R., & Mackey, S. (2005). A vaccine to prevent herpes zoster. NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 353(13), 1414-1415.

Management of perioperative pain in patients chronically consuming opioids
Carroll, I. R., Angst, M. S., & Clark, J. D. (2004). Management of perioperative pain in patients chronically consuming opioids. REGIONAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN MEDICINE, 29(6), 576-591.

HIV Tat represses transcription of the beta(2)-microglobulin promoter
Carroll, I. R., Wang, J., Howcroft, T. K., & Singer, D. S. (1998). HIV Tat represses transcription of the beta(2)-microglobulin promoter. MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY, 35(18), 1171-1178.

4.7 out of 5
90 Patient Ratings
7 Patient Comments

SHC Patient, Dec 2014

Would like to have asked Dr. Carroll more questions/clarifications. I will use my health online.

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Excellent doctor - he helped get my pain in face over 5 yrs. ago; got rid of my daughters migraines and is now treating my son's pain.

SHC Patient, Nov 2014

Absolutely great.

SHC Patient, Aug 2014

I have seen several providers for my pain Dr. Carroll is by far the best. From now on I will only schedule with him.

SHC Patient, Jun 2014

Dr. was the best in all of the above questions that I have ever experienced and I am 68 yrs. old.

SHC Patient, Mar 2014

Dr. Carroll shows great concern for my well-being & responds to my concerns. He is working w/me to find new treatment options.

SHC Patient, Mar 2014

Was hoping that Dr. Carroll would be more involved. Connected very well with him. Dr. Carroll connects very well with patients.