Dr. Provenzano has served as a principal investigator on multiple research studies and published numerous scientific articles. His research interests include neuromodulation, monopolar and bipolar radiofrequency lesioning, and healthcare safety studies. He has lectured at numerous international and national meetings on the management of acute and chronic pain. Furthermore, he serves as an external member of the Robert Morris University IRB. He has clinical teaching appointments including Adjunct Associate Professor in the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Department of Anesthesia – Pain Medicine Fellowship and Adjunct Clinical Instructor Department of Physician Assistant Rangos School of Health Sciences, Duquesne University. Currently, he is an ex officio board member of the North American Neuromodulation Society and previously served as a Secretary. He serves on the Board of Directors of ASRA Pain Medicine as the President-Elect. He serves on the editorial boards of scientific journals including Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (Editor) and Interventional Pain Medicine (Associate Editor, neuromodulation section). In addition, he is the ASRA Pain Medicine American Medical Association House of Delegates Representative. He has extensive interests and expertise in the conservative treatment of pain originating from the cervical and lumbar spine, neuromodulation and in the utilization of ultrasound for interventional pain management procedures. Dr. Provenzano resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania..