Brandon Staub, MD is an Anesthesiologist and Pain Specialist at Nebraska Pain Institute in Lincoln, Nebraska. He grew up in the village of Edgegrove, PA and attended Delone Catholic High School. He graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Juniata College. He subsequently earned a Master of Science in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development from the University of Georgia (UGA). He then worked at UGA’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) as a research technician, where his support and collaboration with wildlife scientists contributed to 10 peer-reviewed publications in the field of ecotoxicology.
Dr. Staub earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Respiratory Care from Spokane Community College and then worked as a respiratory therapist at Scott and White Hospital (Temple, TX) in the medical intensive care unit (ICU) for 4 years. Inspired by numerous ICU physician mentors and sharing their drive to provide quality healthcare to patients, Dr. Staub decided to pursue a Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He then completed his Anesthesiology Residency and Pain Medicine Fellowship at on of the top training centers in the country, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in Pittsburgh, PA.
Through his fellowship in Pain Medicine, Dr. Staub’s training centered on using multimodal therapy to ease the suffering of patients with chronic pain. He utilizes physical and occupational therapy, pain psychiatry and psychology, medications, interventional therapies, and alternative therapies in his practice. He values a physician-patient partnership that emphasizes patient education, communication, respect, trust, honesty, and accountability. He is committed to providing compassionate and cuttingedge care and using all appropriate therapies necessary to treat people debilitated by chronic pain.
Aside from his professional pursuits in medicine, Dr. Staub enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs and cat, woodworking, bicycling, and numerous other outdoor activities.
If pain is preventing you from living your best life, schedule a consultation with Dr. Staub. Call Nebraska Pain Institute or use the convenient online booking tool to set up your appointment.