If you have back pain, neck pain, extremity pain, facial pain, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, failed back surgery syndrome, or cancer pain. We offer a comprehensive plan of care for treatment of common as well as uncommon pain syndromes.
Cancer Pain Management
Working in collaboration with Rutgers CINJ, we are helping patients with advanced cancer pain management. Including medication management, neurolytic blocks, intrathecal pumps (ITP), end of life care.
Neuromodulation & Implantable Drug Delivery System
We have extensive experience in managing complex pain syndromes using the most advanced techniques available. Having trained at the Nation's top Interventional Pain Management Program allows me to provide you with cutting edge procedures to help manage complex pain syndromes.
Expert Referral Service
As an experienced Anesthesiologist with a decade of practice experience in the area, I can provide recommendations for the best and most qualified specialist for your needs.
Primary care physicians, Surgeons and patients can arrange for pre-surgical screenings prior to any procedure to ensure you are in optimal medical condition prior to any surgery or procedure. We will provide a complete evaluation and request any necessary tests or laboratories that would be required to ensure your case is not delayed or canceled. Full evaluation and report will be provided to you and your referring Doctor prior to your surgery date.
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Diagnosis and treatment of:
Verterbral compression fractrures
FBSS (fail back surgery syndrome)
CRPS/RSD and Extremity pain
Facial pain (trigeminal neuralgia
Chronic Migraine treatment
PHN (Post herpetic neuralgia) Shingles/Zoster
Abdominal and pelvic pain
Hip and Sacroiliac pain
Special training and experience:
Cancer and End of Life pain
Intrathecal Pump placement, management and revisions for Cancer pain
Spinal cord stimulator implants, management and revisions
Peripheral nerve stimulation
Pediatric Pain management: acute and chronic
Ultrasound guided blocks for acute and perioperative pain