I specialize in interventional pain management and medication management. I treat patients who suffer from chronic and acute pain, utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach to pain recovery. Some of the treatments offered include epidurals, facet blocks, nerve blocks, and a variety of other spinal injections and procedures.
I completed my anesthesia residency at Rutgers- New Jersey Medical School and my Pain Medicine Fellowship at NYU Langone Medical Center with a focus on interventional pain management for acute and chronic pain syndromes. I am an active member in research and specialty organizations. I served as one of two resident representatives on the executive board of the New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists and as state representative to the ASA National Resident Delegation (2013-2015).
For my undergraduate degree, I received my Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction in Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania (2006) and my Doctor of Medicine from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (2011), where I was selected Outstanding Medical Student in Anesthesiology.