Dr. Parikh’s medical background includes expertise in various specialties, qualifying him to provide a wide range of interventional pain management services. After receiving his medical degree in India and post doctorate degree in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Parikh spent two years involved in spinal research at University of Southern California (USC), publishing several journal articles. He then completed a surgical internship at Columbia University and completed an anesthesiology residency at New York Medical College.
He was trained to perform Interventional procedures for chronic benign and malignant pain during a post-doctoral fellowship in pain management at Thomas Jefferson Medical College, in Philadelphia. From 1995 through 2001 he established, and directed the Pain Management Center at The General Hospital Center at Passaic. He also played a key role in the Neuroscience Steering Committee of the Atlantic Healthcare System.
Dr. Parikh has special interest in the treatment of intractable pain conditions using state-of-the-art technological advances, neuromodulation and the latest knowledge to interrupt pain pathways. Dr. Parikh went on to establish his own Interventional pain practice, and has been in private practice since September 2001.