Sina Menashehoff, D.O. is dual board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well Pain Medicine. His practice focuses on the restoration of function compromised by injury or a disabling condition. Dr. Menashehoff treats a diverse range of conditions, including sports injuries, spinal disorders, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress disorders and acute and chronic pain conditions. He stresses patient education regarding their diagnosis, exercise therapy, and medications. In more advanced cases he utilizes electromyography/nerve conduction studies for the diagnosis and treatment of neck and back pain, and specializes in advanced procedural interventions to treat all types of pain complaints. This includes fluoroscopy to target pain generators and precisely deliver therapies such as epidural-steroid injections, diagnostic and therapeutic branch blocks, and trigger point injections for pain management.
Dr. Menashehoff completed his doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He graduated his physiatry residency in Stony Brook University Hospital in New York and continued his training with an accredited pain medicine fellowship through NOVA Southeastern Consortium and Larkin Hospital.
He finds professional fulfillment in improving the quality of life of his patients with appropriate and thorough medical evaluation and intervention, and enjoys getting to know those he cares for. He understands the value of using a comprehensive multimodal approach in treating pain, by treating the patient as a whole–not just their pain complaints. Dr. Menashehoff is available for consultation of acute and chronic post-traumatic conditions.