Dmitry M. Arbuck, MD

Dmitry M. Arbuck, MD

President and Medical Director

Dr. Arbuck is certified by the American Academy of Pain Management in addition to the board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He practices Psychiatry and Pain Medicine as dual specialties, helping patients with the most complicated conditions that may have become resistant to treatment.

I combine Psychiatry and Pain Management specialties in everything I do clinically. This allows me to expend my scope of practice and achieve what otherwise would be impossible. A natural fusion of Psychiatry and Medicine allows for better treatment results, broader expertise and a unique positioning on a healthcare market.

Work History:

Indiana Polyclinic 201 Pennsylvania Parkway, Indianapolis, IN 46280 President /Psychiatrist /Pain Management (Over 40 employees) March 2013 - Present

Meridian Health Group 12772 Hamilton Crossing Blvd Carmel, IN 46032 President /Psychiatrist /Pain Management (Over 40 employees) January 2000 – March 2013

Helix Health Centers Inc. 40 Executive Drive, Carmel, IN 46032 Medical Director/Psychiatrist/Pain Management (Over 20 employees) June 1998 - December 1999 Community Hospital North 7250 Clearvista Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46256 Attending Psychiatrist February 1998 - Present

IU Medical School 1120 S Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Resident February 1994 - January 1998

Highlights of Formal Medical Education:

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Workshop American College for Advancement in Medicine November 2005

Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy Cyberonics Workshop June 2005

Pain Management Observership, Department of Pain Management & Palliative Care Beth Israel Hospital, New York, NY 2002

Mini Fellowship in ECT Duke University Durham, NC January 1999

Pain Management Elective Rotation Indiana University Pain Clinic Indianapolis, IN 1996-1998

Psychiatry Residency Training IU Medical School, Indianapolis, IN February 1, 1994 – January 31, 1998

Psychiatry Residency Training Yaroslavl State Medical School Yaroslavl, Russia September 1986 – June 1988

Medical Acupuncture for Physicians - 200 hours Santa Monica CA January – August 1996

Pediatrics Internship Training Yaroslavl State Medical School Yaroslavl, Russia August 1982 – July 1983

Six years of Medical School Program MD/Pediatrician Diploma Yaroslavl State Medical School Yaroslavl, Russia September 1976 – June 1982

Professional Experience During Emigration Period:

Psychiatric Technician St. Vincent Stress Center Indianapolis, Indiana September 1990 – December 1993

Attending Physician School at the American Joint Distribution Committee, Nettuno, Italy November 1989 – May 1990

Hospital Appointments:

Community Hospital North Indianapolis, IN January 1998 – present

St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis, IN December 2007 – May 2009

St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis, IN July 1998 - 2002

Wishard Memorial Hospital Indianapolis, IN Consulting 1997 – 2000

Fayette Memorial Hospital Connersville, IN Consulting 1996 – 2001

Medical Director/Owner of Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic Yaroslavl, Russia August 1988 – October 1989

Chief Physician, Pediatrics Department Lubim, Yaroslavl District, Russia August 1983 – August 1986

Chairman of Hospital Policy Control And Oversight Committee Lubim, Yaroslavl District, Russia 1984 – 1986

Consultations:

Immediate supervision of two Physician Assistants Indiana Polyclinic 2013 – Present

Immediate supervision of two Physician Assistants Meridian Health Group 2002 - 2013

Collaborating MD Katina McKain, NP-C 2008 - 2013

Collaborating MD Penny Fuqua, NP-C 2004-2008

Psychiatrist, Compensation and Pension Examinations VA Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN April 1995 – February 1998

State Disability Psychiatrist District of Yaroslavl, Russia August 1988 – October 1989 Medical Education Coordinator in Psychiatry Yaroslavl District, Russia September, 1988 – October 1989

Specialty Boards:

American Academy of Pain Management Certification March 22, 2003

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc Certification, June 2000 Recertification, February 2010

U.S. Medical Licensing Examination Part I, II and Flex 1,2,3, Passed 1993 (March, October, December)

Certification in Psychiatry, Russia 1988

Certification in Pediatrics, Russia 1983

State Licensure:

Indiana 01044705 California C51935

Academic Appointments:

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine IU School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN 2002 - present

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry IU School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN February 1998 – present

Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry/Pain Management Lecom Bradenton College of Osteopathic Medicine Bradenton, FL November 2013 – present

Highlights of Pain Management, Education, and Experience:

Editorial Board Journal of Pain Management 2011-Present

International Lecturer Psychiatric and Pain Management topics

Co-Chairman of “Acute and Chronic Pain” section within XII National Anesthesia Congress, Moscow, Russia September, 2010

Chairman of 10 CME Hours “Fibromyalgia” Conference Indianapolis, IN October 2008

Chairman of 50 CME hours “Pain Management Bootcamp, Intensive Review of Specialty of Pain Management” Conference (in preparation), Indianapolis, IN

Department of Pain Management and Palliative Care Rotation w/Dr. Russell Portenoy Beth Israel Hospital New York, NY December 2002

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Workshop American College for Advancement in Medicine November 2005

“Update in Headache and Pain Management” Michigan Head-Pain Neurological Institute May 2001

Medical Acupuncture for Physicians Course Santa Monica, CA January - April 1996

Indiana University Medical Center Pain Clinic Elective Rotation June 1996 – February 1998

Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Annual Meeting and Workshops San Francisco, CA October 1994

“Hypnosis in Pain Management” 3 day workshop San Antonio, TX November 1995

Selected Psychotherapeutic Techniques Moscow National Institute for Physicians’ Improvement Moscow, Russia April – May 1988

Public/Community Service:

Editorial Board Member Russian language monthly publication “Zdorovie Health Magazine”, Greater than 50,000 circulations 2012 - Present

Weekly Pain Management Articles “Current in Carmel”, “Current in Westfield” “Current in Nobelsville” Newspapers Greater than 250,000 circulations 2008-2010

Multiple appearances on radio, TV and in printed media

“Voice of America” Radio Broadcast to Russian speaking countries monthly “Health Program” appearances 2005 - 2008

Editorial Board Member Russian Magazine “Health” - Greater than 30,000 circulations 2004 - 2009

Board of Regents Russian American Medical Association 2006-Present

President Russian American Medical Association 2005 - 2006

Board Member Russian American Medical Association 2003 – Present

Vice Chairman Psychiatric Department - Community Hospital – North 2003- 2007

Advisor Panel/Speaker’s Bureau, past and present: Teva, Insys, Pfizer, Wyeth, Cephalon, Reckitt Benckiser, Alpharma, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly, Janssen, Shire, Sanofi, Cyberonics, King, Mallinckrodt, Forest, Pan American Laboratories, Merck and others

Chairman, Indiana Psychiatric Society Insurance and HMO Committee July 1998 – 2007

Member, Indiana Psychiatric Society Council July 1998 – 2007

Member, Legislative committee JCRC, Indianapolis, IN 1996 – 2000

Medical Columnist for Russian Newspaper published in Indianapolis, IN 1995 – 2000

Social Chair IU Psychiatry Residency Training Program Indianapolis, IN 1994 –1995

Professional Societies:

American Pain Society 2009 - Present

Russian American Medical Association 2003 - Present

American Academy of Pain Management 2000 - Present

American Academy of Medical Acupuncture 1996 – 2003

American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry 1995 – 2003

American Psychiatric Association 1994 – 2010

Indiana Psychiatric Society 1994 – 2010

Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 1994 – 1999

Honors:

“Top Doctor” Indianapolis Monthly Magazine 2012 and 2013

“Top Doctor” AVVO Rankings 2012 and 2013

IU Department of Psychiatry Scholarly activity Honors Certificate January 1998

American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Annual Fellowship awarded 1995 – 1996

The Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Milla Alihan Scholarship awarded For 45 and 46 Annual Workshops and scientific meetings 1994 – 1995

St Vincent Foundation Educational Grant Awarded 1995

Best columnist annual award Russian newspaper, Indianapolis, IN 1995 and 1996

National Honor Certificate in Business Administrations National Youth Committee Moscow, Russia 1980

Publications and presentations:

Dozens of CME and Grand rounds Presentations on Psychiatric and Pain topics 1998 – Present

“Chronic Pain-Recognition of Narcotic Dependence, Abuse and Treatment/Referral Strategies” IU Health Spine for Primary Care Symposium July 27, 2013

“Fibromyalgia Classification, Triggers, and Etiology” PainLive.com May 23, 2012

“New Views on Opioid Equivalency” Pain-Topics.org February 8, 2012

“Is yawning a tool for wakefulness or for sleep?” Open Journal of Psychiatry, 2013, 3, 5-11

“Unique Uses of Naltrexone in Chronic Pain” Pain-Topics.org January 18, 2012

“Is Buprenorphine Effective for Chronic Pain?” Pain-Topics.org April 6, 2011

“Central Mechanisms of Pain and Pathogenetic Principles of Treatment” XII National Anesthesia Congress, Moscow, Russia September, 2010

D. Arbuck et al. “Management of Opioid Tolerability and Related Adverse Effects” J of Medicine 2010;3(1):1-10

”Chronic Pain and Rational Pharmacology” XI National Anesthesiology Congress St. Petersburg, Russia, September 23-26, 2008

D. Arbuck, “Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) Therapy For Patients With Treatment-Resistant Depression and Neuropathic Pain: A Case Series” Poster for US Psychiatric & Mental Health Congress (printed by Cyberonics, Inc.) New Orleans, LA November 16-19, 2006

R Cruciani, D Arbuck at al. “Ultra Low Dose oral Naltrexone Decreases Side Effects and Potentates Effects of Methadone” Journal of Pain and Syndrome Management Volume 25, Issue 6, June 2003 Pages 491-494

D. Arbuck and M. Belokurov, “Correlation Between Changes in EEG Readings and Severity of the Clinical Manifestations in Comatose Patients” Journal of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Moscow, Russia, January 1989

Studies:

Time - Treatment Instrument in Migraine Evaluations (supported by AstraZeneca) Zodiac Study (supported by Pfizer)

Languages:

Russian – Native English – Fluent Polish, Ukrainian, Belorussian – Understand written and conversational language.

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