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Specialties: Pain Management, Anesthesiology.

Dr. Sekhar Upadhyayula, MD and Dr. Mikhail Kogan MD

Dr. Sekhar and Dr. Mikhail Kogan are member of American Society of Anesthesiologists.

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Epidural Steroid Injection

The Epidural Steroid Injection is a procedure where numbing medicine (anesthetic) and anti- inflammatory medicine (steroid) is injected into the epidural space to treat pain caused by irritation of the spinal nerves.

Cervical Facet Joint Injection

The Cervical Facet Joint Injection is a procedure used to block or decrease pain caused by problems in the upper (neck area) spine.

Back Pain Solutions in New York Queens

The back is an complex structure of bones, muscles, and different tissues that form the posterior a part of the body’s trunk, from the neck to the pelvis. The centerpiece is that the spinal column, that not only supports the higher body’s weight however homes and protects the spinal cord — the delicate systema nervosum structure that carries signals that management the body’s movements and convey its sensations. Stacked on high of 1 another are quite thirty bones — the vertebrae — that kind the back, conjointly referred to as the spine. every of those bones contains a circular hole that, once stacked in register with all the others, creates a channel that surrounds the spinal cord. The spinal cord descends from the bottom of the brain and extends within the adult to merely below the skeletal structure. little nerves ("roots") enter and emerge from the spinal column through spaces between the vertebrae. as a result of the bones of the spinal column continue growing long when the spinal column reaches its full length in babyhood, the nerve roots to the lower back and legs extend several inches down the back before exiting. this large bundle of nerve roots was dubbed by early anatomists because the complex body part equina, or horse’s tail. The areas between the vertebrae are maintained by spherical, spongy pads of animal tissue referred to as bone discs that afford flexibility within the lower back and act very similar to shock absorbers throughout the back to cushion the bones because the body moves. Bands of tissue referred to as ligaments and tendons hold the vertebrae in place and fix the muscles to the spinal column.

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Back Pain Specialist in New York Queen

Dr. Mikhail Kogan is an Interventional Pain Management Specialist with extended expertise in treating back pain and cancer pain. He currently is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine at Elmhurst Hospital Center. Dr. Kogan is board certified in anesthesiology and pain management. After completing his anesthesiology residency at St. Vincent's Medical Center in NYC, Dr. Kogan was fortunate to attend a pain management fellowship at the State University of New York in Buffalo, where he trained under two of the world’s most prominent specialists in pain management, Dr. Mark Lema and Dr. Oscar DeLeon. A significant part of his training was conducted at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. In 2000, Dr. Kogan was promoted to Director of Pain Management Service at Elmhurst Hospital. During the past six years, Dr. Kogan has developed pain management service into a premiere minimally invasive pain management practice with an emphasis on minimally invasive spinal techniques. Dr. Kogan continues to utilize the latest, most cutting edge spinal interventions including percutaneous disc decompressor, radio frequency neurolysis and spinal implantable devices. While Dr. Kogan's education and certifications attest to his knowledge, it is his patients’ satisfaction that justify his recognition in this area. Dr. Kogan is known for achieving dramatic improvement in pain without major surgery. Dr. Kogan prides himself on being a compassionate, caring physician with an excellent bedside manner. Dr. Kogan is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine.