Dr. Didier Demesmin is an Interventional Pain Medicine Specialist who is Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. He is the Medical Director and Founder of the University Pain Medicine Center. He graduated from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where he received the prestigious award for Academic Excellence in Anesthesiology. He completed an Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship Program at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons/St. Lukes-Roosevelt Medical Center in New York.
Dr. Demesmin is affiliated with some of the finest hospitals in Central New Jersey, including Saint Peters University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, JFK Medical Center, and Somerset Medical Center. Dr. Demesmin is the director of Pain Medicine at St. Peters University Hospital. He is a member of the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research Institutional Review Board, where his responsibilities involve protecting the rights and welfare of patients involved in clinical research. Dr. Demesmin is also a member of St. Peters University Cancer Committee and aspires to develop a Palliative Care Program at St. Peters University Hospital.
Dr. Demesmin has lectured at regional, national, and international Pain Medicine venues. Recently, he traveled to Brazil where he lectured and performed a live minimally invasive discectomy as part of a seminar. He has also lectured at the Italian Minimally Invasive Spine Conference in Rome, Italy. Dr. Demesmin conducted a Poster Presentation on Minimally Invasive Disc Decompression at the International Intradiscal Therapy Society in Toulouse, France, and lectured for the American Pain Society on Minimally Invasive Disc Decompression in San Antonio, Texas.