William E. Durrett, M.D. attended Valdosta State University and received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Georgia and his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine. He underwent his general surgery internship at Memorial Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia and completed his anesthesiology and pain management residencies at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Durrett is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology and recently completed certification for vein ablation therapy as well. He attends several meetings and conferences to stay current with the most innovative technology in pain management each year. He has been a guest seminar leader for over 10 years and currently resides in Aiken with his wife and two children. Dr. Durrett also practices at Aiken Regional Medical Centers and The Surgery Center of Aiken. He is a member of the following:
Mesenchymal stem cells are known as regenerative cells and are the building blocks of the human body.
These special cells are multipotent, meaning they are able to differentiate into several varieties of specialized cell types with different healing benefits. -For example, they can differentiate into osteoblasts, which are bone cells, chondrocytes, which are cartilage cells, myocytes, which are muscle cells, and adipocytes, which are fat cells.
After an injection is given, 200,000 brand new mesenchymal stem cells can turn into 2 Million cells in just eight weeks, making it a game-changing treatment option for people who would like an alternative to narcotic pain therapy, or who invest in monthly pain injections.
Dr. William Durrett has been serving Aiken for years in various practices, but recently said he saw a need that wasn’t being met. That’s why Durrett, the owner of The Pain Center, purchased Aiken Neurosciences to form The Pain & Brain Center at Aiken Neurosciences & Pain Management.Read this article on aikenstandard.com →
Aiken Neurosciences and Pain Management specializes in treating those suffering from varying types of pain. In November 2015, they announced the use of a brand new treatment, Regenerative Medicine, which uses a special injection to treat common areas of pain.Read more of this article →