Dr. Mike Stone is the Division Chief of Emergency Ultrasound and the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. He is particularly interested in ultrasound-guided interventions for acute pain management and will gladly come to your house and block a nerve of your choosing…

Other Info

Mike is incredibly fortunate to have a wonderful wife and two great boys who still love him after moving across the country three times in six years. He just wishes he could get his 5 year old to stop practicing nerve blocks on the little guy…for now.


  1. Pingback: Is it time? | Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine Ultrasound

  2. Ronald Ray

    I am a huge fan of your podcasts and books. I can’t express how much I have learned and improved my practice. I am a CRNA as well as as both family and emergency NP in rural Montana covering both anesthesia and ER. You motivated me so much that I purchased my own US (Terason uSmart 3200T). I have plans to attend the yellowstone conference in 2016.

    Thanks again,

    Ron Ray

    Dr. Ronald Ray DNAP, CRNA, FNP-C
    Nurse Anesthetist/Nurse Practitioner

  3. Mike Stone

    Thanks, Ron! Sounds like you’re doing amazing work yourself!!

  4. Mike Mathieson

    I am a PA in a rural NY ED. I have been tasked with buying our first bedside ultrasound machine. I have experience with the sonosite and zonare machines from other facilities I have worked at. The Mindray rep came by and demonstrated the new te7 machine. It’s hard not to fall in love with something this sexy. It seems to do everything we need and is well within my budget. My only concern is that it has only been out for a few weeks. The rep told me that you had one. I was wondering how you liked it so far? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Mike Mathieson

Leave a Comment