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S. Nadeem Ahsan, MDDirector
As Director of the Einstein Pain Institute, and as Clinical Asst. Professor of Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain at Jefferson Medical College, Dr. Ahsan is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of evidence-based, guideline-driven patient care plans utilizing advanced treatment modalities for a wide range of chronic pain conditions including axial-spine and radicular pain, repetitive stress disorders, headaches, neuropathies and complex regional pain syndromes.
Dr. Ahsan completed his residency training in clinical anesthesiology and fellowship training in pain management at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia. He is board certified in both anesthesiology and pain management. He has extensive expertise in the diagnosis and management of complex pain syndromes utilizing fluoroscopically-guided diagnostic and therapeutic procedural interventions. Dr. Ahsan has special interest in intra-thecal therapy, spinal cord stimulation and peripheral electro-neuromodulation for the treatment of intractable pain syndromes.
Dr. Ahsan has been recognized as a Philadelphia "Top Doc" by Castle Connolly, a national peer-survey organization and is also recognized as one of the nation's "Top Pain Management Physicians" by US News & World Report.
An avid oarsman, Dr. Ahsan has rowed at both national and international levels. His other hobbies include trekking, literature and photography. His wife is also a physician and they are the proud parents of three daughters.
Mansoor Husain, MDAttending Physician - Medical Acupuncture
The unique aspect of Dr. Husain's practice is that he can bridge the gap between traditional western medicine and the various styles of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Husain is a Harvard trained, board-certified medical doctor who has specialized in Anesthesiology for over twenty years. He also completed a comprehensive postgraduate course in medical acupuncture through Harvard Medical School and additional training in specialized styles of acupuncture known as Tung's, auricular (ear) and microbody.
Deepak Mehrotra, MDAttending Physician
Dr. Mehrotra joined the staff of Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia in 2001 where he has practiced Interventional Pain Medicine using diagnostic as well as therapeutic techniques. His area of expertise is in the management of Spine Pain and RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy). He also likes to lecture and teach physicians in training about pain management issues.
Dr. Mehrotra completed his Anesthesiology Residency and fellowship in Obstetrical Anesthesia from the University of Louisville in 1980 and moved to Louisiana where he was in private practice until the summer of 2000. In order to understand emerging concepts of providing high quality medical care with limited resources and enhancing patient satisfaction, he completed an executive MBA from LSU. In July of 2000 he moved to the Philadelphia area where he did another fellowship and Board Certification in Pain Medicine at Temple University.
He is married with three children. One of his children is a physician at Thomas Jefferson Medical School. In his spare time he prefers spending time with his family. He enjoys reading, music and spending time at the gym.
Jasmeet S. Oberoi, MDAttending Physician
Dr. Oberoi has extensive training in the diagnosis and management of complex pain syndromes utilizing fluoroscopically guided diagnostic and thereapeutic procedures. He has a special interest in dorsal column and peripheral nerve electrical stimulation and is also trained in interventional modalities for cancer pain management, including plexus Blocks and intrathecal therapy.
Dr. Oberoi completed his sub-specialty fellowship training and residency in Anesthesiology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School.
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