Chronic pain can impact an individual's quality of life and cause impairment in his or her sleep, personal care, employment, and personal life. MRN's Pain & Neurology Program is dedicated to the evaluation, research, and treatment of Chronic Pain Disorders and Neurological Disorders.
To learn more about these conditions, please click the links below or call or text us at (212) 595-5012. Visit our Current Studies page to learn more about free research programs that are currently enrolling new patients for these conditions or complete the form on this page to request information.
Postherpetic Neuralgia (PHN) occurs as a result of damage to your nerves during a shingles outbreak. It can happen in up to 15% of people who have had shingles. If it has been 3 months or more since your shingles rash healed and you are still experiencing pain, you may be suffering from PHN.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy is a kind of nerve damage that is often experienced by people with diabetes. Diabetics suffering from neuropathy frequently report pain, tingling, numbness, and other uncomfortable sensations in their toes and feet.
Back pain is ranked second only to headaches as the most frequent cause of pain. Four out of five adults will experience an episode of back pain at some time in their lives.
Osteoarthritis of the knee or hip affects millions of people in the United States. Knee and hip pain can limit your functioning and lead to inactivity, weight gain, lose of sleep, and depressed mood.
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome consisting of widespread, chronic pain and tenderness. Fibromyalgia can also be characterized by other symptoms including fatigue, sleep disturbance, headaches, and joint stiffness.