Queens pain management clinic specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of most spinal and joint diseases. Our pain physicians treat most painful conditions including low back pain, pinched nerve, sciatica, herniated disks, neck pain, arthritis, knee pains. As best in class, top New York pain specialists, we use the newest techniques and most cutting-edge equipment to relieve pain. Our patients come from all over Queens, as well as Brooklyn, Nassau, Bronx, and Manhattan. Some of the treatments available include epidural steroid injections, cortisone injections, facet blocks, joint injections, RFA, spinal injections, trigger point injections, and much more. Visit our pain management and sports injury clinic in Queens, NY for the most effective pain management technics and newest procedures.
For more information about the Pain Management Queens clinic, our doctors, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Daniel Khaimov, MD, please contact our pain center by calling: (718) 878-4656.
We provide pain management services to the Queens community, a neighborhood in the eastern portion of the New York City borough of Queens, NY. Most patients come to our practice from the central Queens and the surrounding communities, including Forest Hills, Kew Gardens, Fresh Meadow, Rego Park, Briarwood, Jamaica Estates Middle Village, and Elmhurst.
At Precision Pain Medicine We Offer:
Back Pain Treatment
Neck Pain Treatment
Knee Pain Treatment
Hip Pain Treatment
Precision Pain Medicine
77-36 169th St, 1st Floor,
Queens, NY 11366
Our location on the map: https://g.page/PrecisionPainMedicine
Kew Gardens Hills | Briarwood | Jamaica Hills | Jamaica Estates | Fresh Meadows | Utopia | Pomonok
11367 | 11435 | 11432 | 11365, 11366
Monday: 08.00AM – 03.00PM
Tuesday: 09.00AM – 07.00PM
Wednesday: 08.00AM – 03.00PM
Thursday: 07.00AM – 03.00PM
Friday: 08.00AM – 02.00PM
Payment: cash, check, credit cards.
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Queens, NY 11366
Sympathetic nerves run on the front surface of the spinal column and not inside the spinal canal, like the nerves that provide sensation and strength to the legs. These nerves are part of the autonomic nervous system, which controls functions such as blood flow and temperature regulation to the arms and legs, sweating, heart rate, digestion, and blood pressure, among others.
A sympathetic nerve block involves using fluoroscopic guidance (x-ray) to inject numbing medicine around the sympathetic nerves in the low back or neck to temporarily 'switch the nerves off' in hopes of reducing or eliminating pain. If pain is substantially improved after the block, then a diagnosis of sympathetically mediated pain is established.
The therapeutic effects of the anesthetic may occur for a more extended period than would be normally expected. The goal is to reset the sympathetic tone to a healthy state of regulation. If the initial block is successful, then additional blocks may be performed if the pain continues to decrease sequentially.
Sympathetic nerve blocks are helpful in treating back pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, and neurological symptoms due to trauma.
Bogdan Pain Management consists of board-certified physicians. Led by Dr. Sergey Bogdan, him and his colleagues specialize in interventional pain management and use same-day procedures to treat chronic pain conditions.
We are proud to say that we have accreditation with the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities. This is an honor bestowed upon only those facilities that pass through the rigorous process of proving compliance in accordance with the state, HIPAA and OSHA regulations, and is generally only awarded to large facilities and hospitals.
Our staff consists of highly trained and experienced employees that offer a professional but friendly atmosphere. They include knowledgeable managers who can answer insurance and billing questions, front desk receptionists, certified Medical Assistants, Registered X-Ray Technicians, and Registered Nurses, all with years of experience in this specialized field. These professionals all excel in providing the exceptional care our patients have come to expect.
Dr. Dmitriy Dvoskin completed his undergraduate education at Cornell University and received his medical degree at St. George’s University School of Medicine in 2012. Upon completion, Dr. Dvoskin started his residency at SUNY Upstate Medical Center in 2012, ultimately finishing it in 2016. Following this, Dr. Dvoskin completed his fellowship in pain medicine at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Dvoskin is a member of many professional societies, including the North American Spine Society, the International Spine Intervention Society, Society of General Internal Medicine, and the American Medical Association.
In his free time, Dr. Dvoskin enjoys entrepreneurship, traveling, reading, fencing, and teaching.
A facet block is a diagnostic procedure performed on the facet joints in the spine to locate the origin of the patient’s arthritic pain and are performed under fluoroscopic guidance to properly treat that pain.
While a facet block is typically used to diagnosis the amount of pain someone is experiencing, it can also be helpful as a numbing medication. Specific types of “blocks” can help reduce inflammation
The covering over the nerve roots in the spine is called the dura. The sleeve-like space surrounding the dura is called the epidural space. Nerves travel through the epidural space before they move into your legs. The nerves leave the spine from small nerve holes. These nerves may become inflamed due to irritation from a damaged disc or contact with a bone spur. Inflammation of these nerves may cause pain in your low back, hip, buttock, and legs.
An epidural injection places anti-inflammatory medicine (cortisone) into the epidural space to reduce nerve inflammation and hopefully, reduce your symptoms. By stopping or limiting nerve inflammation, we may promote healing, and speed up "mother nature," thereby decreasing your pain. Although not always helpful, epidural injections reduce pain and improve symptoms in most people within 3-7 days. They may provide permanent relief or provide a period of pain relief that will allow other treatments like physical therapy to be more productive.
We treat pain associated with several debilitating conditions and syndromes, including herniated discs, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis of the back and joints, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, spondyloarthropathies, myofascial pain, pain syndromes secondary to peripheral neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia, and headaches.
Back pain is one of the most common types of pain but is often mistreated. I use a conservative and minimally invasive approach that focuses on treatment and prevention of back pain. Also, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD): I have helped hundreds of these patients with RSD return to work.
Dr. Bogdan participates with many health insurance plans. Covered procedures will vary with each insurance company. Our staff will check your individual insurance plan at the time of appointment scheduling to make certain we participate in it. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.