Interventional Pain Associates offers the most comprehensive pain treatments available in the area. Over twenty five therapies are offered at the Austin pain clinic, including both medication management and interventional treatments.
Dr. Sarosh Saleemi is a compassionate physician who just happens to be the most highly
trained pain doctor in Austin. She completed two fellowships and is Double Board Certified. After working as an Associate Professor at LSU for years, she moved to Austin in 2009 to open Interventional Pain Associates.
She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Pain Management and Anesthesia. She completed a Pain Fellowship at LSUHSC in Shreveport, LA and a Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship at New York University (NYU) Medical Center. She completed her Anesthesia Residency at Beth Israel Medical Center and medical school at NYU in New York, NY (1995-1998).
Doctor Saleemi is the respected author of several publications.
Dr. Saleemi’s Studies
Study 1: Axon Study Predicting Nerve Root Pathology
Study 3: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome
Study 4: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome II
Study 4: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT
Study 5: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT II
In addition to possessing a respectful, compassionate bedside manner, Dr. Saleemi provides cutting edge, minimally invasive treatments that often provide long term relief. This includes straight forward and complicated procedures such as epidural steroid injections, Botox injections, spinal cord stimulator implants, radiofrequency ablation and occipital blocks to name a few.
Pain management doctors in Austin spend their careers helping those suffering from all types of pain conditions. Chronic pain can end up leading to depression, anxiety, disability, inability to work, and a hard time playing with one’s kids. That is no way to live!
Sarosh Saleemi, MD Education & Training
- Frankford Hosp-Med Coll Penn
- Beth Israel Med Center
- LSU Health Science Center University Hospital
- NYU Hospitals Center