Marc D. Yelle, MD, PhD


Dr. Marc Yelle was born and spent his youth in Massachusetts before joining the Army National Guard and attending Virginia Military Institute. He then completed his PhD in Neurobiology and Anatomy at Wake Forest University. His research used psychophysics and functional MRI techniques to better characterize the central nervous system pathways involved in the processing of pain. Dr. Yelle completed medical school at Wake Forest School of Medicine in 2011 and residency in Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School at Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed his subspecialty training in Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine at Wake Forest University Hospital and Chronic Pain Management at Duke University. He is passionate about providing safe, evidence-based therapies, both medical and interventional, to improve the functional capacity and quality of life of his patients. He is committed to offering the most cutting-edge treatments including neuromodulation with spinal cord and nerve stimulation, kyphoplasty for vertebral compression fractures, and other minimally invasive interventions. When not working, Dr. Yelle is spending time with his marvelous wife and three young children. He loves to travel, cook, and be outside.

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Undergraduate Education
Virginia Military Institute
Medical Educaton
Wake Forest University
Harvard University - Mass General
Wake Forest University (2016)
Duke University (2017)
Fellowship Specialty
Anesthesia (2016)
Pain Management (2017)
Harvard University - Mass General
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Anesthesiology and Pain Management
Anesthesiology, Pain Management,

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