MedVadis Research Joins Boston PainCare

MedVadis joins Boston PainCare

Boston PainCare is excited to announce that the MedVadis Research Corporation has relocated from Watertown, MA to Boston PainCare in Waltham! The MedVadis Research Corporation has built a solid reputation in the Pharmaceutical Industry by conducting clinical trial research on migraine and chronic pain for over two decades.

MedVadis was established and operated by Dr. Egilius Spierings who has worked in the field of clinical trial research since 1980. Dr. Spierings is a Neurologist with a Ph.D. in pharmacology. Dr. Egilius Spierings and his team will be joined by Dr. David DiBenedetto and Dr. Kelly Wawrzyniak at Boston PainCare and will be continuing to operate as MedVadis Research Corporation.

Dr. Spierings was a clinical professor of neurology and craniofacial pain at Tufts University Schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine and an associate clinical professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Spierings has been dedicated to understanding headache and treating headache patients effectively.

Everyone at Boston PainCare would like to welcome Dr. Spierings and the MedVadis Team!


To learn more about MedVadis Research and their current clinical studies, click here or go to

Lisa Fadden

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