Physician: Sarosh Saleemi, MD
Austin Pain Management Doctor
At Interventional Pain Associates, we're committed to offering better treatment options to individuals suffering from chronic pain of all types. Our unique program helps ensure you get the rewarding lifestyle you want without the need for invasive surgery. The only practice in the city that offers Neural Scan technology to help identify the root cause of your pain, Interventional Pain Associates has the integrative medical approach you deserve.
Created by one of Austin's premiere pain management doctors, Dr. Sarosh Saleemi, advanced pain relief is at hand when you contact us. Doctor Saleemi is board-certified in both Pain Management and Anesthesiology, and for years, she's been offering real solutions for those dealing with pain on a daily basis. By treating pain comprehensively, Doctor Saleemi has helped hundreds of individuals find the lasting results that lead to a pain-free life.
Doctor Saleemi believes pain management demands a multi-disciplinary approach, and her background has much to do with that. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology in both Pain Management and Anesthesia. She completed a Pain Fellowship at LSUHSC in Shreveport, LA and a Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship at New York University (NYU) Medical Center. She completed her Anesthesia Residency at Beth Israel Medical Center and medical school at NYU in New York, NY (1995-1998).
Doctor Saleemi is the respected author of several publications and often speaks in professional and public settings about Interventional Pain Management.
Hospital affiliations include Seton Northwest Hospital, South Austin Surgery Center, Austin Surgical Hospital, Central Park Surgery Center, and North Austin Surgery Center.
Ready to change your life? Contact us today for an initial consultation.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dr. Saleemi's Studies
Study 1: Axon Study Predicting Nerve Root Pathology
Study 3: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome
Study 4: Neural Scan Helps Identify Piriformis Syndrome II
Study 4: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT
Study 5: Predicting Nerve-Root Pathology with V-sNCT II