Director of Integrative Pain Management, UC Davis
Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine,
Ian Koebner, PhD, MSc, MAOM, LAc, is the Director of Integrative Pain Management and an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pain Medicine at UC Davis School of Medicine. His research and policy interests include pain management education and the effectiveness and economic evaluation of integrative medicine. In particular, Dr. Koebner is investigating the development of behavioral interventions to address the social isolation among individuals with chronic pain. He is a clinical acupuncturist and board certified by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), and is licensed to practice in California and Massachusetts.
Presentations with Neurovations Education
- Fishman, S. M., Young, H. M., Lucas Arwood, E., Chou, R., Herr, K., Murinson, B. B., … & Bakerjian, D. (2013). Core competencies for pain management: results of an interprofessional consensus summit. Pain Medicine, 14(7), 971-981.
- Koebner, I. J., Fishman, S. M., Paterniti, D., Sommer, D., Witt, C. M., Ward, D., & Joseph, J. G. (2018). The Art of Analgesia: A Pilot Study of Art Museum Tours to Decrease Pain and Social Disconnection Among Individuals with Chronic Pain.
- Koebner, I. J., & Herr, K. (2013). Adopting pain management competencies. Pain Medicine, 14(7), 964-965.
- Hoeger Bement, M. K., St. Marie, B. J., Nordstrom, T. M., Christensen, N., Mongoven, J. M., Koebner, I. J., … & Sluka, K. A. (2014). An interprofessional consensus of core competencies for prelicensure education in pain management: curriculum application for physical therapy. Physical therapy, 94(4), 451-465.