Dr. David George is a healthcare professional, educator, researcher and clinician with a uniquely diverse background of training and experience in medical, complementary and alternative (CAM) and medical technology fields. David’s clinical experience, including real-world exposure to a range of clinical environments including rehabilitative, intra-surgical (neuro- and orthopedic surgery), post-surgical (rehab), orthopedic, CAM (incl. chiropractic and acupuncture), emergency medicine and physical therapy led to a broad, experience-driven perspective on the problems (but also opportunities) in modern musculoskeletal and pain rehabilitation.
These factors strongly contributed to the realization of the need for a system like FNOR. Dr. George’s experience in clinical neuroscience and neurorehabilitation is owed in large part to his 10+ year experience as a lecturer for the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Dr. George’s current research interests and efforts involve studies exploring the effects of various environmental stimuli and neuromuscular processes on brain function and pain.
He is also particularly interested in the role of the peripheral nervous system in chronic pain, in which capacity he is also involved in current, ongoing research.