Dr. Neil Sinha provides comprehensive interventional pain medicine at Garden State Pain & Orthopedics, where he tailors individual treatment options to the unique needs of each patient. He believes that patient education and establishing a caring doctor-patient relationship are integral parts of the healing process.
Dr. Sinha uses a multi-pronged approach to managing pain, including interventional pain techniques, minimally-invasive surgeries, medical management, and physical and behavioral therapy. His goal is to restore function and improve the quality of his patients’ lives, who are welcome at one of four office locations: Edison, Clifton, Hazlet, and Jersey City, New Jersey.
Dr. Sinha is especially interested in treating cervical and lumbar pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, and post-laminectomy syndrome. He also specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of complex regional pain syndrome, facial pain, and headaches.
After earning his undergraduate degree in computational biology and mathematics at Cornell University, Dr. Sinha received his Doctor of Medicine from the New Jersey Medical School in Newark. He did his residency in anesthesiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.
Dr. Sinha completed his Interventional Pain Management Fellowship at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic Foundation. While there, Dr. Sinha trained in cutting-edge technology with leaders in the field of pain management. He was nominated and served as Chief Fellow and was awarded the Ethelee R. Smith Award for Most Outstanding Fellow.
Dr. Sinha is board certified in anesthesiology and pain management and is licensed to practice medicine in Ohio, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
When he’s not helping patients achieve relief from their pain, Dr. Sinha is an avid sports fan who especially likes football, and he enjoys maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.