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Kenneth Alo, MD

Assistant Clinical Member, Research Institute
Houston Methodist


Biography

Dr. Kenneth Aló is board certified and is a member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, the American Neuromodulation Society, the National Pain Foundation, the International Neuromodulation Society, The International Association for the Study of Pain, and the American Pain Society. Dr. Aló specializes in the interventional management of pain and his goal is to systematically intervene and break the pain cycle accurately and promptly, so that rehabilitative techniques can begin the reconditioning process. A private practice physician, Dr. Aló has authored over fifty abstracts and publications and has presented both nationally and internationally.

Description of Research

Dr. Aló is an anesthesiologist practicing pain management, nationally recognized for his expertise in his field. He is currently collaborating with Methodist researchers on the innovative concept that spinal cord stimulation leads to favorable neurohormonal changes that may improve the clinical outcome for patients with advanced heart failure.

Areas Of Expertise

Pain management anesthesiology heart failure
Publications

The Neurostimulation Appropriateness Consensus Committee (NACC): Recommendations on Bleeding and Coagulation Management in Neurostimulation Devices
Deer, TR, Narouze, S, Provenzano, DA, Pope, JE, Falowski, SM, Russo, MA, Benzon, H, Slavin, K, Pilitsis, JG, Alo, K, Carlson, JD, McRoberts, P, Lad, SP, Arle, J, Levy, RM, Simpson, B & Mekhail, N 2017, Neuromodulation, vol 20, no. 1, pp. 51-62. DOI:

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Alo, KM 2016, Neuromodulation, vol 19, no. 1, pp. 100. DOI:

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Alo, KM 2015, Neuromodulation, vol 18, no. 5, pp. 396. DOI:

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Aló, K 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 8, pp. 783. DOI:

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Aló, K 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 7, pp. 669. DOI:

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Aló, K 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 5. DOI:

The appropriate use of neurostimulation: Avoidance and treatment of complications of neurostimulation therapies for the treatment of chronic pain
Deer, TR, Mekhail, N, Provenzano, D, Pope, J, Krames, E, Thomson, S, Raso, L, Burton, A, Deandres, J, Buchser, E, Buvanendran, A, Liem, L, Kumar, K, Rizvi, S, Feler, C, Abejon, D, Anderson, J, Eldabe, S, Kim, P, Leong, M, Hayek, S, McDowell, G, Poree, L, Brooks, ES, McJunkin, T, Lynch, P, Kapural, L, Foreman, RD, Caraway, D, Alo, K, Narouze, S, Levy, RM & North, R 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 6, pp. 571-598. DOI:

The appropriate use of neurostimulation: New and evolving neurostimulation therapies and applicable treatment for chronic pain and selected disease states
Deer, TR, Krames, E, Mekhail, N, Pope, J, Leong, M, Stanton-Hicks, M, Golovac, S, Kapural, L, Alo, K, Anderson, J, Foreman, RD, Caraway, D, Narouze, S, Linderoth, B, Buvanendran, A, Feler, C, Poree, L, Lynch, P, McJunkin, T, Swing, T, Staats, P, Liem, L & Williams, K 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 6, pp. 599-615. DOI:

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Alo, KM 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 1. DOI:

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Alo, K 2014, Neuromodulation, vol 17, no. 3. DOI:

Spinal cord stimulation is safe and feasible in patients with advanced heart failure: Early clinical experience
Torre-Amione, G , Alo, K , Estep, JD , Valderrabano, M, Khalil, N, Farazi, TG, Rosenberg, SP, Ness, L & Gill, J 2014, European Journal of Heart Failure, vol 16, no. 7, pp. 788-795. DOI:

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Alo, KM 2013, Neuromodulation, vol 16, no. 5. DOI:

Percutaneous peripheral nerve stimulation
Aló, KM, Abramova, MV & Richter, EO 2011, Progress in Neurological Surgery, vol 24, pp. 41-57. DOI:

Anterior epiduroscopic neural decompression: Eight-center experience in 154 patients
Richter, EO, Abramova, MV, Cantu, F, DeAndres, J, Lierz, P, Manchiaro, P, Van Buyten, JP, Kim, JD, Jang, JH, Jung, GH, Kim, JY, Jang, SJ, Salgado, H, Salgado, P & Alo, KM 2011, European Journal of Pain Supplements, vol 5, no. 2, pp. 401-407. DOI:

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Richter, EO & Alò, KM 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 5. DOI:

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Aló, KM & Richter, EO 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 4. DOI:

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Alo, KM & Richter, EO 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 4. DOI:

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Aló, KM & Richter, EO 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 4. DOI:

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Alo, KM & Richter, EO 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 3. DOI:

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Alo, KM & Richter, EO 2011, Neuromodulation, vol 14, no. 3. DOI: