Jack Miletic, MD ABPMR, ABPM

Dr. Miletic received his medical degree from American
University of the Caribbean in St. Marten, Netherlands
Antilles. He finished his internship at Thomas Jefferson
University, Frankford Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
and completed a residency program in Physical Medicine
and Rehabilitation at Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
Montifiore Medical Center in New York, New York. He
completed a fellowship program in Interventional Spine
and Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Institute
for Spinal Disorders in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Miletic joined National Pain Institute in 2010.


Primary Specialty:

Pain Management

Secondary Specialty:
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Interventional Pain Management

Board Certifications:
American Academy of Pain Medicine, 2012
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2010

Undergraduate Education:
Bachelor of Science, New York University
New York, New York

Medical Education:
Doctor of Medicine, American University in
St. Marten, Netherland Antilles

Internships:
Frankford Hospital – Thomas Jefferson University,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Residency:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montifiore Medical
Center in New York, New York, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Fellowship:
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Institute for Spinal Disorders,
Los Angeles, CA – Interventional Pain Management