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Todd Ruth, MD

Todd Ruth, MD

About Us

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Todd Ruth, MD

Todd Ruth, MD

Specialty

  • Pain Management
  • Anesthesia

Schedule an appointment with the provider of your choice for a time that suits you best!

Todd Ruth, M.D., is a double board-certified interventional pain physician available for patient consultation. After leaving his hometown of Philadelphia for Yale University, Dr. Ruth completed medical school at Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine before completing his residency in Anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania. He stayed for a fellowship year to further specialize his training in Interventional Pain Medicine.

Dr. Ruth has interests in innovative pain management techniques and the implementation of novel technologies, techniques and medications in pursuit of opioid-free pain relief regimens. Of note, he has a particular interest in minimally invasive alternatives to surgery for spinal stenosis, treatment of compression fractures, and spinal cord stimulation.

Dr. Ruth is a member of multiple societies such as, The American Academy of Pain Management, North American Neuromodulation Society, Spine Intervention Society, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, and The American Society of Pain & Neuroscience where he also sits on the neuromodulation board.

When he’s not with patients, Dr. Ruth enjoys time at home with his wife, daughter, son, dog and cats.

Request an Appointment

Are you ready to alleviate your pain and restore your physical function so you can live your best life – the one you want and deserve? The entire Clearway team is ready to help.

To request an appointment, please click the button below. You will be routed to our Patient Portal, where you can register with us by providing us with some basic information. We will get back as quickly as possible to set up and confirm your appointment day and time. Just below the form, we provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, as well.

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