Dr. Skaribas is one of the leading authorities in the field of neuromodulation. He is a national and international expert that teaches and publishes in the field of spinal cord and peripheral nerve neurostimulation. He has several publications in the field of headache treatment with implantable neurostimulating devices, and he is a member of the International and American Neuromodulation Societies.
Dr. Skaribas is double-board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology. In Houston, his internship and residency were completed at the Baylor College of Medicine in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. After that, Dr. Skaribas completed a 1-year interventional pain management fellowship with the Baylor College of Medicine at the Methodist Hospital/Texas Medical Center. Dr. Skaribas has been actively performing neurostimulator implants since 2000 with more than a thousand cases performed to date.
Dr. Skaribas has been on faculty for both the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas Medical Center in Houston and has been actively involved in the academic call for improvement in teaching residents and fellows. In the past 15 years, he has been the medical director for chronic pain management services over the largest anesthesia group in Houston. He is the medical director of Expert Pain Care, a practice dedicated to the comprehensive interventional treatment of intractable pain. He has been reviewed in the journal Neuromodulation, and he regularly contributes reviews to a publication related to the interventional and nerve stimulation treatment of severe migraines.
He has been performing the “Migraine Procedure” for the last 10 years.
Dr. Skaribas, unlike other physicians, does not outsource the procedures and performs every single “Migraine Procedure” himself. To this day, he has had no adverse outcomes and has seen remarkable success when the “Migraine Procedure” is performed on candidate patients.