Dr. Tolga Kapusuz is a Pain specialist and Board Certified Anesthesiologist in the Department of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care at Beth Israel Medical Center. He is also the Assistant Professor at the Albert Einstein School of Medicine.
Dr. Kapusuz specializes in minimally invasive injection techniques as well as more traditional treatments, including medication therapy. His practice focuses on the comprehensive management of a variety of pain and related issues.
The main focus and philosophy of the practice is to control pain, maintain function, and improve quality of life of the patients. An evaluation is performed to provide an accurate diagnosis and establish a treatment plan individually tailored to each patient’s needs. This treatment plan may include medications and different types of injections to provide pain relief and return to an active and productive lifestyle.
Most commonly treated conditions include: herniated discs, back and neck pain, spinal stenosis, arthritis, facet pain, sacroiliac joint pain, sports injuries, Carpal Tunnel, shoulder, knee, and hip pain. Most of his injections take advantage of technological improvements in regard to safety using fluoroscopic guidance for epidural steroid injections, joint injections, discography, radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulator. …