Dr. Richard L Stieg MD
Doctor409 Main Street Suite 216 Frisco CO, 80443
Dr. Richard L. Stieg is a Board Certified Neurologist serving the Aurora and Frisco areas for more than 40 years. Dr. Stieg is experienced in Pain Medicine, Addiction Medicine and Brain Injury. He is ...
Education and Training
G.W. Post College Brooklyn NY B.S. Biology and Chemistry 1959
University of Rochester M.D. 1963
University of Denver M.P.H. 1987
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Philipp M. Lippe Award 1997 American Academy of Pain Medicine
- Pioneer in Pain Medicine 2009 Western Pain Society
- Pain Medicine
- Addiction Medicine
- Addiction Management
- Pain Management
- Brain Injury
- Board Certified American Board of Pain Medicine
- Board Certified American Board of Addiction Medicine
- Professional Member American Academy of Neurology
- Professional Member Colorado Medical Society
- Professional Member Workers’ Compensation Advisory Committee
- Professional Member Denver Medical Society
- Professional Member Alternate Delegate to Colorado Medical Society
- Professional Member American Medical Association
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Patient Experience with Dr. Stieg
- A. i.
Dr. Steig & staff are excellent! .
- Elizabeth m.
- Jody b.
a pleasure to be here everyone is very nice.
- Jennifer b.
He is very thorough and does his best to help your situation. Very kind..
- Erik i.
Amazing! one of the best.
- Kevin p.
- Allison b.
great doctor l really like him.
- Tim .
Dr. Stieg has been extremely helpful in my diagnosis and current treatment plan. I would recommend him to anyone who needs a doctor who is current on the newest treatments and for someone who needs a doctor who is willing to listen.
- Nancy p.
Personable, caring and encouraging.
- Amanda m.
- Samantha w.
Dr. Stieg has been an amazing and very understanding doctor even though I am a very difficult case he does his best to help me, control my pain and plan additional treatment options .
- Ben p.
- Amanda g.
he's the best.
- Terry g.
I thought Dr. Stieg is smart, caring and gives alot of time to his patients..
- Kate k.
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