Tim Reck
Dr. med.

Tim Reck

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Facharzttitel

Anaesthesiology

Behandlungsschwerpunkte

Interdisciplinary multimodal pain management

Interventional pain management

Intrathecal spasticity therapy

Beruflicher Werdegang

since 2022
Medical Director Centre for Pain Medicine, Swiss Paraplegic Centre
2018-2022
Senior Consultant, Head of Specialist Area of Interventional Pain Medicine, Swiss Paraplegic Centre
2010-2018
Specialty Registrar in Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy, Swiss Paraplegic Centre
2007-2010
Specialist in Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy, Swiss Paraplegic Centre
2006-2007
Specialist in Anaesthesiology, Department of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Mainz (DE)
2003-2006
Junior Doctor in Anaesthesiology, Department of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Mainz (DE)
2002-2003
Junior Doctor in Anaesthesiology, Municipal Clinic, Darmstadt (DE)
2000-2002
Junior Doctor in Surgery, University Hospital Cologne (DE)
2000
Junior Doctor in Surgery, University Hospital Tübingen (DE)
1999-2000
Junior Doctor, Institute for Clinical Pharmacology, University of Tübingen (DE)

Aus- und Weiterbildungen

2020
Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) «Leadership Dual», University of Lucerne
2015
Certificate in “Special Pain Therapy”, Austrian Medical Chamber
2014
“SPS Pain Specialist” certificate of the Swiss Pain Society (SPS)
2013
Master of Science (MSc): “Interdisciplinary Pain Medicine”,, Medical University of Vienna (AUT)
2012
Additional FMH qualification in: “Interventional pain therapy SSIPM” of the Swiss Society for Interventional Pain Medicine
2009
Additional qualification: “Special Pain Therapy”, Regional Medical Association, Rheinhessen, Mainz (DE)
2000
Promotion, University of Rostock (DE)
1998
State examination in human medicine, University of Rostock (DE)

Mitgliedschaft in Fachgesellschaften

  • Swiss Society for Interventional Pain Medicine (SSIPM)
  • Swiss Society for the Study of Pain (SGSS), since 2019, Swiss Pain Society

Publikationen

Reck T, Chang E, Béchir M, Kallenbach U
Applying a part of the daily dose as boli may improve intrathecal opioid therapy in patients with chronic pain
Neuromodulation 2016; 19(5)

Reck T, Dumat W, Krebs J, Ljutow A
Outpatient multimodal pain therapy. Results of a 1-week intensive outpatient multimodal group program for patients with chronic unspecific low back pain – retrospective evaluation after 3 and 12 months
Der Schmerz 2017; 31

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