Interventional Pain & Wellness Center is a medical wellness center focused on pain management and injury prevention. Our approach to medical health and wellness incorporates preventative and therapeutic methods with particular emphasis on interventional pain relief. Our patients’ health and well-being are at the forefront of our practice and its mission.
Through a patient-centered approach, we encourage and facilitate patients’ control and management of their condition and pain. We aim to address all concerns and symptoms as well as assess varying factors contributing to the patient’s health, including nutrition, activity, and stress control, to help the body's natural instinct and ability to heal. We provide a wide range of treatments, preventative care, and various therapies to help patients attain and maintain complete wellness.
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Dr Kush Tripathi is a fellowship trained interventional pain physician and board certified anesthesiologist. Dr Tripathi graduated from the University of Missouri - Kansas City in their accelerated combined BA/MD program. He successfully completed his transitional year training at St Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia, MI and anesthesiology residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Subsequently, he went to the University of North Carolina for his fellowship in pain management.
Dr Tripathi specializes in the management of chronic pain with a focus on interventional techniques. In training, he focused on medical med management for back pain, postoperative pain, and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Dr Tripathi has a strong passion for sports medicine and is proficient in joint disease evaluation, management, and treatment.
Dr Tripathi is a part of the South Florida surgical group and Broward Specialty Center, but practices independently. He is also an active member in the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP), American Medical Association (AMA), American Society of Regional Anesthesia (ASRA), and North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS). He has presented several abstracts at national conferences and has received awards for his work in anesthesia research.
Dr Tripathi was born and raised in Detroit, MI. He grew up playing soccer, basketball, running, and watching Michigan football. In Chicago, he became a foodie and fine dining connoisseur. In his free time, he enjoys traveling and outdoor activities. He is married and recently relocated to the Fort Lauderdale area.
Fellowship - Pain Management (University of North Carolina Hospital - Chapel Hill, NC)
Residency - Anesthesia (Rush University Medical Center - Chicago, IL)
Transitional Year (St Mary Mercy Hospital - Livonia, MI)
Medical School/Undergraduate (University of Missouri - Kansas City - Kansas City, MO)
Dr. Marc Cohen is a dually boarded in anesthesiology and interventional pain management. He completed his anesthesia residency in Albert Einstein College of Medicine and his fellowship in interventional pain management at the prestigious Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He is published in multiple respected journals in his field and has presented at national conferences. He is actively involved with his community and helps educate about safe prescribing practices partnering with the state of Florida. Dr. Cohen's main focus is preventing patients from needing surgery and restoration of function. While injections are commonplace and helpful for pain issues in virtually any part of the body, he also specializes in minimally invasive procedures that can offer long lasting benefit and restore function such as spinal cord stimulation, peripheral stimulation, MILD, Minuteman, Intracept, Radiofrequency, Kyphoplasty, and Sacroiliac stabilization. Dr. Cohen is a Florida native and enjoys the outdoors, food & travel, and spending time with his family.
Fellowship - Pain Management (Mount Sinai Hospital - New York City, NY)
Residency - Anesthesia (Albert Einstein Health System - Bronx, NY)
Medical School (Tel Aviv University - New York, NY and Tel Aviv, Israel)
Graduate (Georgetown University - Washington, D.C.)
Undergraduate (Emory University - Atlanta, GA)
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