Dr. Saberski completed his medical training at New York Medical College 5PW in 1982. Internal Medicine and Anesthesiology Residencies followed this at the Albany Medical College, Albany, NY. Board Certification was granted in both specialties in 1985 and 1988 respectively. Subsequent completion of a Pain Management Fellowship at Albany Medical College in 1988 was followed by a one-year appointment to the Anesthesiology faculty with primary commitment to the Albany Center for Pain Management.
In 1989, Dr. Saberski joined the Yale faculty and the Yale Center for Pain Management. He founded the Yale University Fellowship in Pain Management served as its director from inception until 1998. In 1991 he was appointed Clinical Director and in 1997 Medical Director of the Center. In 1998, he was promoted to Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and became the first Yale faculty ever promoted to the rank of Associate Professor from achievements in the fields of Chronic Pain Management.
In 1999 Dr Saberski opened a private practice privileged at Yale New Haven Hospital and Hospital of St. Raphael dedicated to the diagnosis and management of chronic painful disorders. Dr. Saberski is devoted full-time to clinical care, research and teaching of pain management. He has published extensively and is author of over 200 manuscripts, textbook chapters, papers and lectures. He serves as consultant to numerous agencies, panels, organizations and lectures frequently on topics in pain management, especially "new technologies". Dr. Saberski is past editor the Editor-in-Chief of The Pain Clinic.
Dr. Saberski can be reached at lloydsaberskimd.com.
Education & Training
- MDNew York Medical College, 5th Pathway Program (1982)
- MDUniversity of Guadalajara, Mexico (1982)
- BSUnion College (1977)