Dr. David Bryce
Dr. Bryce graduated from St Louis University Medical School and completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Minnesota. He worked in Northern Minnesota as an obligation for a National Health Service scholarship. During his tenure, he took care of several patients with intractable pain related to cancer. These patients initiated Dr. Bryce’s interest in pain medicine. Dr. Burt Onafrio and Dr. Anthony Yaksh from the Department of Neurosurgery at the Mayo Clinic were studying the use of spinal medications for intractable pain. They were implanting patients with implantable delivery devices for the administration of spinal medications.
Dr. Bryce was accepted to do a residency in Anesthesiology and pain management at Mayo clinic. Later, he worked in the Department of Anesthesiology at the Maine Medical Center a teaching institution performing both anesthesiology and pain management with an appointment at the University of Vermont Medical school.
He accepted a position at the Marshfield clinic establishing a pain clinic at that institution. Family commitments contributed to the change in position and the fact that they were starting a pain management program. During the development of pain management, there was a close relationship between anesthesiology, spinal nerve blocks, and spinal administration of medications. These were the early treatments for the development of neuromodulation techniques for chronic pain. Dr. Bryce was actively involved in the clinical management of these patients.
Dr.Bryce then concentrated his professional activities exclusively on pain management joining a single-specialty group practice. He was active in the American Society of Interventional pain management and was president of the Wisconsin Society of interventional pain management. He was on the clinical staff at the University of Wisconsin teaching residents.
Dr. Bryce has made several medical mission trips to Haiti with surgical teams from Hospital Albert Schweitzer and the University of Iowa.
Dr. Bryce has been active in traditional Japanese Martial arts since 1996. He continues to study Washin Ryu karate under Master Hidyhiko Ochiai from Binghamton, New York.
Dr. Bryce previously served on the State of Wisconsin medical board and currently serves as one of the town supervisors in Middleton, Wisconsin. At this time he gives medical and public health information to the town on the detrimental health effects of children exposed to airborne lead from high octane aviation gas emitted from piston airplanes. Middleton Morey Field is planning to expand in the town of Middleton. He continues in clinical pain management practice.
He enjoys practicing martial arts, golf, hiking, and being with his family and grandchildren.
MD. Board certifications, Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology, and special qualifications in Pain Management.
Fellow Interventional Pain Management FIPP.
Board certification American Board of Interventional Pain Management ABIPP with recertification.