Alopi Patel, M.D.

Anesthesiologist, Pain Physician, Women’s Health Advocate

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Anesthesiology | Physician

Alopi Patel, M.D. is a dual board certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine physician. She graduated from Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School. In her interventional pain practice, she treats all types of pain including back pain, neck pain, joint pain, headaches and more. She offers various ultrasound guided and fluoroscopic guided injections for the treatment of pain syndromes. She is passionate about women’s health and specifically, female pelvic pain.

Dr. Patel also has a bachelors in psychology which allows her to have a comprehensive understanding of pain management. She is passionate about each patient and encourages conversation about the mind and body relationship. She is also board certified in lifestyle medicine which incorporates elements of nutrition, sleep hygiene, stress reduction and other aspects of patients’ lives into the conventional treatment of pain.

Dr. Patel practices in NYC and is actively engaged in clinical research, academic leadership positions and advocacy in the field of anesthesiology. She has presented at national conferences and continues to give lectures within her institution as well as conferences on topics in the field of pain medicine and anesthesiology.

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