In the Division of Pain Medicine, we understand that pain can be complicated. That’s why our doctors are part of a larger team of physicians and providers who come together on a daily basis to treat our patients and meet their needs. From diagnosis to treatment, from pre-operative assessment, through surgery, to recovery and follow-up treatment, the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is home to a group of experts who put the needs of patients first.
From prescribing lifestyle changes, to physical therapy, to medication, to surgery, and to psychological and psychiatric care, the Weill Cornell Medical Center has the people and the expertise to help our patients alleviate pain and move forward to enjoy happier, better lives. Bringing together doctors and health care professionals from different Weill Cornell Departments and Centers, we remain focused on the individual needs of our patients.
Get to know the different components of the Weill Cornell Pain Management Team:
Department of Neurological Surgery
The Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center serves as one of the country's premier providers of minimally invasive surgery for the brain and spine in adults and children.
Weill Cornell Spine Center
Home to top spine surgeons, who perform more than 1,500 spinal operations per year, most of them using minimally invasive techniques, encompassing all pathologies, age groups, and complexities.
Department of Neurology and Neuroscience
The Department of Neurology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is considered one of the premier academic neurology departments in the world.
Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center
The Meyer Cancer Center is a collaborative, multidisciplinary research enterprise located at Weill Cornell. The Center bridges the work of scientists and clinicians, and seeks to convert conceptual breakthroughs into novel therapies while helping to further usher in the era of personalized medicine.
Department of Public Health
Midtown Center for Treatment and Research
The Midtown Center is a comprehensive outpatient program for the evaluation and treatment of chemically dependent individuals. The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS).
Department of Anesthesiology
The home department for the Division of Pain Medicine is home to over 75 Board-Certified Anesthesiologists and over 50 Certified Resident Nurse Anesthesiologists caring for patients across the NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.