Dr. Gerald (Jerry) Mastaw, MD is an interventional pain management physician. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School (2000). He continued his training in Michigan and finished his residency in anesthesia in 2004. After residency he started a 5-year career in the US Navy. His first duty station was at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station. While at Cherry Point he received orders to deploy to Iraq with Combat Logistics Regiment 25 out of Camp Lejeune. He was in Iraq for 9 months from 2006 to 2007 where he worked as an anesthesiologist in a Surgical Shock Trauma Platoon at Al Taqqdum. After Iraq he was stationed at Naval Hospital Rota Spain where he was the Department Head of Anesthesia. After his Navy career he went back to University of Michigan where he finished a one-year fellowship in interventional pain management. He continues to practice pain management and regenerative medicine.