Harris Bram, MD, DABPM

Interventional Pain Management Specialist

Dr. Harris Bram is a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His postgraduate training in anesthesia was performed at Hahnemann University Hospital where he sub-specialized in cardiac anesthesia. He completed his pain management fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.

In 1993, Dr. Bram was recruited by Monmouth Medical Center to establish and coordinate the Acute and Chronic Pain Services Section of the hospital’s Anesthesia Department. Appointed Director of Pain Management Services, Dr. Bram set up a post-operative epidural service for acute pain. He helped write protocols and was involved in all aspects of training, including the nursing staff, anesthesia and orthopedic residents, and attending physicians. Dr. Bram participated in the development of treatment for patients with acute and chronic pain problems, from severe headaches to back pain to cancer pain.

In 1997, Dr. Bram conceived and co-founded Spine and Pain Medicine of NJ & NY, where he specialized in interventional pain management. Over the years, his practice evolved as pain management technology advanced, and Dr. Bram became adept at minimally-invasive procedures.

In September 2012, Dr. Bram founded NJ Pain Care Specialists, where he now brings the highest levels of pain management care to his patients in Central and Southern New Jersey.

As testimony to his achievements, Dr. Bram has served as Vice President of the New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Practitioners, and he is currently involved in the New Jersey Society of Interventional Pain Management. He has been recognized as a Top Doctor in the New York Area numerous times.

Receive the Time and Attention You Need

When you’re hurting, you want expert care without a runaround. At NJ Pain Care Specialists, Dr. Bram personally examines and evaluates every patient. If you have other healthcare providers, he’ll work closely with them to develop the best course of treatment.

“As it has always been since the start of my practice,” Dr. Bram explains, “patient care is not controlled by the clock, but by the need to give every one of my patients the attention required to properly and accurately diagnose his or her medical condition, and to develop the most effective and efficient treatment to eliminate or relieve pain.”