A double Board Certified Physician Dr. Carl Pulido joined Pain Care in 2017 with more than fifteen years of combined experience in the practice of Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management. Due to strong family ties, Dr. Pulido moved to Atlanta in 2012 after completing a Fellowship in Pain Medicine at the prestigious University of Miami School of Medicine Pain Medicine Fellowship Program, 2014 recipient of the “Pain Medicine Fellowship Excellence Award” by the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
Dr. Pulido completed his Anesthesiology Residency training at The University of Connecticut Health Center in 2004 after receiving his medical degree with honors from Central University of Venezuela. Dr. Pulido then gained extensive experience as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, where he developed advanced skills in the areas of orthopedics and regional anesthesia, anesthesia for the high risk obstetrical patient, acute post-operative pain management as well as neurosurgical anesthesia.
Dr. Pulido is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Georgia Society of Anesthesiologist, Georgia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and the North American Neuromodulation Society.
Dr. Pulido enjoys the opportunity of helping patients facing challenging conditions such as chronic low back and neck pain, joint dysfunction, severe headaches and multiple chronic pain syndromes using a comprehensive and compassionate approach using a combination of advanced minimally invasive interventional techniques and safe, responsible evidence based medication management. He is also skilled in the use of cutting edge neuromodulation techniques for the treatment of neuropathies and complex regional pain syndrome.
As an avid mountain biker, Dr. Pulido has participated recreationally and competitively in the sport for more than 20 years. He also enjoys hiking, trail running and open water swimming and has participated in numerous endurance sport events such as the X-terra series and several triathlons including the Ironman 70.3. He has also devoted his time organizing and volunteering as a mountain biker for “search and rescue” organizations in Connecticut and Georgia and has obtained the President’s Volunteer Service Award for his service to the community. Dr. Pulido loves spending time outdoors with family and friends.