Dr. Philip Conrardy is a double board-certified physician in both anesthesiology and pain management. He has practiced medicine for over 30 years. He currently serves as the director of both the anesthesiology and the pain management departments at Howard Young Medical Center and Eagle River Hospital, Wisconsin. Dr. Conrardy was the past director for pain management at Aspirus Langlade Hospitals in Wisconsin. Previously, Dr. Conrardy was director of both anesthesiology and pain management for Wisconsin’s southern region for Aurora Healthcare, the largest medical care organization in Wisconsin. Dr. Conrardy is a licensed physician and surgeon in both Wisconsin and Illinois.
Dr. Conrardy is a leader in pioneering the use of CBD in treating a wide range of conditions and illnesses, including anxiety, hyperactivity, ADHD and epilepsy in children, issues of post-traumatic stress among the military and now COVID-19 survivors, and chronic pain in older patients and athletes, to name a few of the emerging applications.
Dr. Conrardy is a sought-after expert in advanced methods of pain management and has been a guest lecturer at numerous professional conferences, including the keynote speaker in 2020 for the Zilis National Convention on CBD. Zilis is the largest CBD manufacturer and producer of medical CBD in the United States. He has also been a featured guest expert on Rush Limbaugh talk radio, Fox News, and The Sean Hannity Talk Radio Show.
This year, Dr. Conrardy has been on the frontlines assisting the U.S. medical teams combating COVID-19 as a member of the White House Task Force and Wisconsin Public Health. He has been asked to provide expertise in the use of the Hemolung with ECMO catheter procedure, an alternative breathing machine ventilator. He also has introduced inhalers and alternative medicines to provide advanced therapeutics for treating COVID-19 patients. He is also an expert in regenerative medicine. For his work in this area, he has been recognized by State Senators, Aldermen, and the Governor’s Public Health Committee. Dr. Conrardy has consulted over this past year on COVID-19 with Wisconsin State Senator David Craig and Wisconsin Public Health.
Dr. Conrardy’s interests include the biochemical mechanism and how it applies to the endocannabinoid system, a new body system recently recognized in the medical profession. He is on the cutting edge of research and development in the use of CBD as it applies to advanced clinical applications in the medical field.
Dr. Conrardy’s medical training includes a residency in anesthesiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Affiliated Hospitals; a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University Medical School at Mount Sinai Samaritan Medical Center and affiliated hospitals; and a family practice residency at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee, Medical College of Wisconsin. In addition, he is a certified addiction specialist and interventional pain specialist. He obtained his medical degree from AUC Medical School located in Corals Gables, Florida. He achieved a B.S. in zoology with a minor in physics at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He graduated with honors, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Kappa Phi.