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About Our Physicians:
Dr. Enrique Abreu, Board Certified Anesthesiologist
Dr. Abreu received his medical degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Long Island, New York.
He has been board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology since 2007.
In 2005 Dr. Abreu was recruited to join Oregon Anesthesia Group in Portland, Oregon where he worked until 2011.
During those seven years he worked in the operating rooms at all Portland metro hospitals including Providence St. Vincents, Providence Portland, Legacy Emanuel, Mt. Hood, and Good Samaritan Hospitals.
He holds active medical licenses in Oregon, Washington, and Hawaii. Since 2001 Dr. Abreu has participated in numerous overseas medical aid missions to many countries including Brazil, Mexico, the Philippines, Egypt, Jordan, Venezuela, Guatemala, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.
In addition to being the medical director at the Portland Ketamine Clinic Dr. Abreu’s practice includes providing anesthesia for numerous out patient clinics in the Greater Portland area. His services include pediatric intravenous anesthesia/sedation for adults and children. He will partner with your referring doctor to treat depression and chronic pain syndromes.
On any given windy day you can find him kiteboarding on the Columbia or photographing the beauty of the Columbia Gorge.
Dr. Danyi, Board Certified Anesthesiologist
Dr. Danyi received his medical degree from the Ohio State University, and completed his residency in Anesthesiology at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California,
Upon completion of his residency, he worked at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo California, where he headed the Department of Anesthesia.
After returning to Ohio to practice, Dr Danyi moved to the blue ridge mountains of Virginia where he served as the director of anesthesia services and the chief of surgery of the New River Valley Medical Center. In 2008, he began his practice at the Blue Ridge Surgery Center in southwest Virginia, where he served as the medical director. He also built and ran a successful horse training and boarding operation on his 50 acre ranch.
In his 30 years of clinical practice, Dr. Danyi became proficient in all modalities of anesthetic techniques, including Ketamine. After moving to Oregon, he decided to utilize his clinical expertise towards relieving the epidemic of suffering in those with crippling depression and PTSD.