Charles Howe, M.D., was educated in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. He graduated from Charterhouse in Surrey, England and went on to earn his Medical Degree at the University of London, England in 1977. Post-graduate studies were initially in Surgery and Medicine in the UK and New York City. He obtained his specialist diploma from Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis in Anesthesiology in 1983.
Prior to joining JWM Neurology, he was in private practice in Anderson since 1983. He has been chief of Anesthesia both at Saint John's Hospital and Community Hospital in Anderson. He was most valuable physician at Saint John’s hospital in 1994. He directed the Saint John’s Pain Clinic for 15 years until joining Central Indiana Neurology, PC in January of 2010.
He is Board Certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in Anesthesiology and Pain Management. He was also one of the first physicians in the country to implant the St. Jude’s Medical Neuro-stimulator EON Mini System.
Dr. Howe practices interventional pain management which includes but is not limited to spinal injection, kyphoplasty, spinal cord stimulation, medication pump implants and medical management. His philosophy involves a holistic and multidisciplinary approach.