iHeal Pain NYC & NJ

Patient Resources 



  • Does the physician use fluoroscopy?

    Yes. Fluoroscopy allows physician to provide safer, and more efficacious procedures. The physicians have had extensive training in fluoroscopy and do all procedures under fluoroscopy.

  • Where is the spinal injection performed?

    Most all procedures in NJ performed at

    - Barnert Surgery Center
    680 Broadway, Patterson, NJ 07514
    (212) 772-6667

    - New Horizon Surgery Center
    680 Broadway, Patterson, NJ 07514
    (973) 782-4202

    - NYC at 5th ave surgery center
    1049 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028
    (212) 772-6667

  • Where can I receive sedation for the procedure?

    Yes. We offer conscious IV sedation that minimizes pain and discomfort through the use of propofol and sedatives. Patient to have nothing to eat or drink for 10 hours prior to the procedure.

  • Do I need to stop the blood thinner prior to the procedure?

    Yes. This is required in order to decrease your chance of bleeding complications. You need to obtain permission to stop this medication from the prescribing physician.

  • When to stop medications prior to the procedure?

    Stopped 7 Days Prior to Procedure HaparinLovenoxAspirin 81mgCoumadin (warfarin)Dicumerol/dicumarolElmironPlavix (clopidogrel)Pletal (cilostazol)Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate)Stopped 10 Days Prior to ProcedureEffient (prasugrel) Stopped 14 Days Prior to ProcedureAggrenoxPersantine (dpiyridamole)Ticlid (ticlopidine)

  • What should I bring with me when I come in for an appointment?

    When you come for your appointment, please remember to obtain and bring the following:
    Insurance Card and a photo ID to both the office as well as the surgical center.


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Insurance Information

At iHeal Pain Center, we are out of network providers and are proud to work with a wide range of insurances with out of network benefits. ● No-Fault/Personal Injury Protection (Automobile Accidents)● Workers’ Compensation (most plans)● Medicare● As well as some other plans. Cigna, Aetna, BCBS, United Health Care Unfortunately, we cannot accept patients with Medicaid at this time. If you have any questions or are unsure of your policy, we encourage you to contact us directly, and we will be happy to check your insurance plan to see if we, or one of our associates, can work with your policy.


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