Dr. Gerald M Aronoff MD Psychiatrist

Dr. Gerald Aronoff is a psychiatrist in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Carolinas Medical Center and Duke University Hospital. He received his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and has been in practice for 36 years. He is one of 41 doctors at Carolinas Medical Center and one of 220 at Duke University Hospital who specialize in Psychiatry.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Psychiatrist: Addiction, Pain Medicine

Clinical Interests: Preventative medicine, Chronic pain, Pain management, Chronic Pain Management; Rx of opioid addiction; Prevention of disability from Chronic pain.

Hospital Affiliation

Carolinas Medical Center

Duke University Hospital
High performing in Psychiatry

Presbyterian Hospital

Education & Medical Training

Mc Lean Hospital
Residency, Psychiatry, 1972 - 1975

Boston University Medical Center
Residency, Psychiatry, 1975 - 1977

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Class of 1972

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified 37 years in Psychiatry

NC State Medical License

Publications & Presentations

The Evolution of Pain Treatment: Is it all about Money?
Aronoff, G.M.

Chronic pain, smoking, and obesity: a pain physician's perspective on patient selection.
Aronoff, G.

Evaluating malingering in contested injury or illness.
Aronoff, G.M., Mandel, S., Genovese, E., Maitz, E.A., Dorto, A.J., Klimek, E.H., Staats, T.E.

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