Call us now
(
763) 201-8191

General Fax: (763) 201-8192
Referrals Fax: (952) 303-4027

Locations

Jason S. Wolff, MD

Born and raised in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area, Dr. Jason Wolff graduated from Colorado State University with a major in Microbiology. He attended medical school at Creighton University and graduated Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) in 2002. During medical school, he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society.

He completed his residency in Anesthesiology at Washington University in St. Louis and served as the Chief Resident in his final year. Dr. Wolff went on to complete an Interventional Pain Management fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis. During his fellowship, he developed technical proficiency in a variety of minimally invasive interventional pain treatment methods. He has board certification in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.

After his fellowship, Dr. Wolff moved to Minnesota where he has been practicing Interventional Pain Management ever since. Dr. Wolff is one of the founders and remains a medical director at iSpine Pain Physicians and has particular interests in interventional pain management and advancing his specialty. To this end, he is currently the principle investigator for a study on closed-loop spinal cord stimulation with Medtronic. Dr. Wolff also provides instruction to other physicians on interventional pain procedures such as spinal cord stimulation and vertebral augmentation and routinely participates in lecturing events for other providers.

“I became interested in the specialty of Interventional Pain during my internship. I had the chance to do an elective rotation with a clinic in Denver that was on the cutting edge of this new specialty. I could see at that time that there were new pain care advancements that were just being implemented in communities for the benefit of patients with pain but I also had a chance to see that there would be rapid change in the specialty in years to come that I wanted to be part of. The reason I focus on interventional pain management is because it provides patients with chronic pain the greatest opportunity to gain satisfactory relief without requiring oral medications. If the patient is already on an oral medication for pain, interventions may help reduce or eliminate the need for these medications, and I want to be a part of that journey for them.

 

Even with all of the advances that have occurred in my field to care for patients with chronic pain, this illness can still be difficult to manage regardless of the source of the pain. With that being said, I look at myself as being a guide for patients to help manage the probabilities that they may improve with a particular care plan. I try to be open and honest about success rates and review risk/benefit ratios with each patient so that we can make decisions together for their best interest, but also leave the patient with a feeling that they still have control over their illness and treatment plan pathway.” – Dr. Jason S. Wolff

Dr. Wolff is married to Anne, who is a Rheumatologist and they have two children, Audrey and Noah. He enjoys traveling, exercising and spending time with family.

Jason S. Wolff, MD

Locations

Born and raised in the Denver, Colorado metropolitan area, Dr. Jason Wolff graduated from Colorado State University with a major in Microbiology. He attended medical school at Creighton University and graduated Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) in 2002. During medical school, he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society.

He completed his residency in Anesthesiology at Washington University in St. Louis and served as the Chief Resident in his final year. Dr. Wolff went on to complete an Interventional Pain Management fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis. During his fellowship, he developed technical proficiency in a variety of minimally invasive interventional pain treatment methods. He has board certification in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.

After his fellowship, Dr. Wolff moved to Minnesota where he has been practicing Interventional Pain Management ever since. Dr. Wolff is one of the founders and remains a medical director at iSpine Pain Physicians and has particular interests in interventional pain management and advancing his specialty. To this end, he is currently the principle investigator for a study on closed-loop spinal cord stimulation with Medtronic. Dr. Wolff also provides instruction to other physicians on interventional pain procedures such as spinal cord stimulation and vertebral augmentation and routinely participates in lecturing events for other providers.

“I became interested in the specialty of Interventional Pain during my internship. I had the chance to do an elective rotation with a clinic in Denver that was on the cutting edge of this new specialty. I could see at that time that there were new pain care advancements that were just being implemented in communities for the benefit of patients with pain but I also had a chance to see that there would be rapid change in the specialty in years to come that I wanted to be part of. The reason I focus on interventional pain management is because it provides patients with chronic pain the greatest opportunity to gain satisfactory relief without requiring oral medications. If the patient is already on an oral medication for pain, interventions may help reduce or eliminate the need for these medications, and I want to be a part of that journey for them.

 

Even with all of the advances that have occurred in my field to care for patients with chronic pain, this illness can still be difficult to manage regardless of the source of the pain. With that being said, I look at myself as being a guide for patients to help manage the probabilities that they may improve with a particular care plan. I try to be open and honest about success rates and review risk/benefit ratios with each patient so that we can make decisions together for their best interest, but also leave the patient with a feeling that they still have control over their illness and treatment plan pathway.” – Dr. Jason S. Wolff

Dr. Wolff is married to Anne, who is a Rheumatologist and they have two children, Audrey and Noah. He enjoys traveling, exercising and spending time with family.

Loading...