Pain management is a specialty that is dedicated solely to the

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Pain management is a specialty that is dedicated solely to the
Pain management is a specialty that is dedicated solely to the diagnosis and treatment of many painful
conditions, particularly those related to the spine. Most people come to a pain management physician
after an injury has not improved with several weeks of over the counter pain medication and
conservative treatments such as physical or chiropractic therapy. With our emphasis on diagnostic
precision we are able to accurately identify the cause of your pain so that it can be more effectively
treated. At The Comprehensive Spine and Pain Center of New York, we offer patients all the most
advanced non-surgical treatment options to cure or reduce pain to a manageable level. We know that
the right treatment as soon as possible can stop the cycle of pain and keep you from needing surgery or
developing a lifelong chronic pain syndrome.
There are many pain management physicians in the New York area but there are few that have the
training background, knowledge, staff, and facilities capable of delivering the highest quality of
interventional treatment options like The Comprehensive Spine and Pain Center of New York. We
recognize that each person in pain is an individual and therefore we strive to thoroughly review all your
medical information and tailor a treatment plan specifically to you and all the factors that contribute to
your pain. It is only through the compassionate understanding of your specific situation that we can fully
treat your pain. We offer much more advanced treatments than the typical medication prescriptions and
standard cortisone shots that you will find elsewhere. For instance, we perform procedures such as the
Vertos mild procedure for spinal stenosis decompression, which is a minimally invasive non-surgical
method for treating spinal stenosis. For a full list of our treatment options please link to our
“Treatments” page here. We also are continuing to advance the field of pain management offering
cutting edge regenerative treatments using your own stem cells which offer the prospect of healing
damaged joints and tissues. There are few doctors around the world that are performing these types of
treatments currently. For further questions about any of these options feel free to contact the center
and Dr. Canty.
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At The Comprehensive Spine and Pain Center of New York, we diagnose and treat all forms of
pain. We understand that your pain is individual and we will partner with you and your
physicians to identify the cause of your pain and tailor a treatment plan that gets you pain relief
as quickly as possible. Our goal is to improve your ability to return to the activities you have
been missing and help you live a pain free life. We strive to promote comprehensive treatment
recommendations based on the latest advances in pain medicine. This may include injections,
nonsurgical procedures, physical and chiropractic therapy, complementary holistic treatments,
relaxation strategies or medications. Our team is dedicated to the care and treatment of all
patients in pain. We want to understand your needs and offer the most advanced nonsurgical
options to reduce pain and improve activity.
Dr. Tim Canty M.D. is one of the leaders in the field of minimally invasive non-surgical spinal
treatments. At the same time, he recognizes that the most effective, safest, and quickest way
to relieve pain is through a comprehensive treatment approach addressing all factors related to
your pain. He founded the Comprehensive Spine and Pain Center of New York after working
and training at Harvard Medical School. To learn more about Dr. Tim Canty’s philosophies and
treatments click here.
Dr. Canty specializes in treating patients with back pain, neck pain and other severe pain
disorders. He is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiologists in the
area of Pain Management.
Dr. Canty uses the most advanced techniques available to relieve spinal pain such
as that caused by fractures, arthritis, degenerative discs, and spinal stenosis. He
also treats patients with severe chronic pain due to nerve damage, traumatic
injuries, and reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). His practice reflects his strong
expertise in the treatment of resistant pain where previous therapies have been
unsuccessful. He completed his Interventional Pain Management fellowship training
at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to
that, he completed his residency in Anesthesiology at the Massachusetts General
Hospital in Boston.
At Harvard Medical School, Dr. Canty was an instructor in Anesthesiology. He was
also an attending physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he was
recently honored with the Inaugural 2009 Citizenship Award for his contributions to the
hospital. He currently serves as the Associate Director of Pain Management at Staten Island
University Hospital.
Dr. Canty is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, The American Society of
Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, The
American Medical Association and the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society (top 5% of medical
school class). He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the State
University of New York Downstate Medical Center. Internationally, he is a Fellow of
Interventional Pain Practice and member of the World Institute of Pain Society. In New York,
he was elected to the New York Medical Society’s Committee for Workers Compensation and
No Fault guidelines as well as the Committee for Young Physicians. He also serves as an expert
consultant on emerging technologies in pain management for the GLG consulting group and has
authored several journal articles and book chapters focusing on the best practice for alleviating
pain and performing regional block anesthesia.
In addition to his work within the United States, Dr. Canty has been a part of many medical
relief missions to Venezuela, El Salvador, and Mexico with groups such as Rotaplast
International, performing surgical treatments on indigent children.
Back/Buttock/Leg Pain
Arthritis of the Lumbar Spine
Degenerative Disc Disease
Failed Back Surgery / Pain After Surgery
Herniated Discs
Radiculopathy
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
Meralgia Paresthetica(MP): Outer Thigh Pain
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy / Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Sacroiliac Joint
Sciatica
Spondylolisthesis
Vertebral Compression Fractures
Work injuries and Car Accidents
Neck/Shoulder/Arm Pain
Herniated Discs
Work injuries and Car Accidents
Arthritis of the Cervical Spine
Cervical Spinal Stenosis
Frozen Shoulder
Headaches
Neck Pain
Arm Pain
Radiculopathy
Whiplash
Carpal Tunnel
Occipital Neuralgia
Abdominal/Pelvic Pain
Abdominal Pain
Pelvic Pain
Pudendal Neuralgia
Perineal pain
Vulvodynia
Hip Pain
Hip Joint Pain
Piriformis Syndrome
Bursitis
Cancer-Related Pain
Vertebral Compression Fractures
Cancer Pain
Nerve Pain
Facial Pain
Ilioinguinal Nerve
Neuralgia
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Diabetic Neuropathy
Postherpetic Neuralgia (PHN), Shingles
Intercostal Neuralgia
Ilioinguinal Nerve Pain, Post Hernia Surgery
Pain
Genitofemoral Nerve Pain
Meralgia Paresthetica, Lateral Femoral
Cutaneous or Outer Thigh Pain
Chest Pain from Breast and Thoracic Surgery
Post Nephrectomy Pain
Joint Pains
Degenerative Arthritis
Knee Pain
Sports Injuries
Meniscal Tears
Joint Swelling
Cervical Procedures
Cervical Medial Branch Radiofrequency Ablation
Discograms
Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
Cervical Facet Block
Diagnostic Cervical Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
Nerve Root Blocks
Stellate Ganglion/Sympathetic Blocks
Atlantoaxial Joint Blocks for Headaches
Occipital Nerve Blocks
Percutaneous Discectomy
Thoracic Procedures
Percutaneous Discectomy
Diagnostic Thoracic Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
Intercostal Nerve Blocks
RadioFrequency Rhizotomy
Vertebroplasty/Kyphoplasty
Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection
Lumbar Procedures
Discograms
Nerve Root Blocks
Percutaneous Discectomy
RadioFrequency Rhizotomy
Vertebroplasty/Kyphoplasty
mild Procedure for Decompression of Spinal Stenosis
Coccydynia Blocks
Lumbar Diagnostic Medial Branch Nerve Injections
Lumbar Facet Joint injections
Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy - IDET
Emerging Intradiscal Therapies – Ozone, Immunomodulators
Lumbar Sympathetic Block
Percutaneous Endoscopic Laser Microdiscectomy
Piriformis Block
Abdominal and Pelvic Procedures
Celiac Plexus Block/Splanchnic Block
Celiac Plexus Neurolysis
Ganglion Impar Block
Hypogastric Plexus Block
Pudendal Nerve Block
Pumps
Baclofen and Morphine Intrathecal trials
Baclofen and Morphine Intrathecal infusion pumps
Stimulators
Implantation, Programming and Management
Spinal Cord Stimulators Trials and Implantations - Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral
Areas
Peripheral Stimulator Trials and Implantations – Cutaneous, Occipital
Other Treatments
Epidural Blood Patch
Peripheral nerve blocks: Suprascapular, Occipital, Ilio-inguinal, Intercoastal,
Supratrochlear, Supraorbital and Infraorbital Neuralgia, Mental, Genitofemoral, etc.
Joint and bursa injections: Knee, Hip, Shoulder
Trigeminal Nerve Block
Botox injections
Prolotherapy
Regeneration with Stem Cells
Carpal Tunnel Injections
Trigger Point Injections
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