Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain
Bone, joint and connective tissues disorders are often accompanied by frustrating or debilitating pain or discomfort. The Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain offers relief from transient, acute or chronic pain.
Our widely recognized pain-treatment specialists conduct a thorough evaluation to fully understand your condition. Working closely with your doctor, they then develop a treatment plan to effectively improve your function and diminish your musculoskeletal and neurological pain without resorting to strong painkillers.
Nationally Honored for Our Excellence
The Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain is staffed by pain specialists from NYU Langone’s Division of Pain Medicine, one of only six groups across the country honored by the American Pain Society as a Clinical Center of Excellence. These experts are skilled in treating the following conditions:
- Osteoarthritis of the spine and joints
- Herniated disk
- Meralgia paresthetica
- Postherpetic Neuralgia
- Muscle-related low back pain
- Muscle-related neck pain
- Nerve entrapment syndromes
- Occipital neuralgia
- Neuropathic Pain
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Spinal stenosis
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Advanced Modes of Treatment
Once diagnosed, patients may receive one of the following forms of treatment from our pain management specialists:
- Peripheral nerve blocks
- Epidural steroid injections
- Nerve root blocks
- Lumbar sympathetic block
- Stellate ganglion block
- Facet injections
- Radiofrequency ablation
- Implantable drug delivery systems
- Spinal cord stimulators
The Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain features two large treatment suites with advanced fluoroscopic (X-ray) equipment and high-definition monitors. This technology allows our physicians to deliver injections with pinpoint accuracy to treat severe back, neck or leg pain.
Meet CMC’s renowned pain management physicians:
To Reach the Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain
To make an appointment or learn more about how the Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain can help you, call us at 646.501.7246.
New patients: access patient forms here to complete them before your appointment and save time.