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Sachida N. Manocha, M.D.

  • Interventional Pain Center

    Interventional Pain Center located in Worthington, OH & Newark, OH

  • Interventional Pain Center

    Interventional Pain Center located in Worthington, OH & Newark, OH

  • Interventional Pain Center

    Interventional Pain Center located in Worthington, OH & Newark, OH

  • Interventional Pain Center

    Interventional Pain Center located in Worthington, OH & Newark, OH

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    Meet Dr. Manocha

    Sachida Manocha, MD, is a skilled anesthesiologist and pain management specialist serving patients at Interventional Pain Center locations in Worthington and Newark, Ohio. He combines medical expertise with a warm, personable nature to make him one of the most sought-after professionals in the region.

    Dr. Manocha began his medical training at Netaji S. Chandra Bose Medical College in Madhya Pradesh, India. Once in America, he completed an internship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He further refined his skills through a residency and fellowship at Ohio State University Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

    Education remains a top priority for Dr. Manocha, and he routinely pursues opportunities to expand his knowledge and acquire new skills. That dedication to continuing education is exemplified in his board certification through the American Board of Anesthesiology.

    While his training and experience are impressive, Dr. Manocha’s commitment to fostering a bond with each of his patients makes him the pain management specialist of choice for so many in the area. He takes the time to listen to his patients to better understand their unique needs, and he crafts customized treatment plans that deliver.

    Dr. Manocha uses a combination of established pain management techniques, cutting-edge technological advancements, and alternative medicine approaches to find a path that works for each man and woman in his care. That treatment plan might shift according to how each patient responds, and Dr. Manocha welcomes patient feedback as part of the collaborative process.

    If you’re searching for a pain management specialist who is able and willing to take a personalized approach to your needs, schedule a time to come in and sit down with Dr. Manocha. Bring a list of any questions or concerns you may have, and learn more about his unique approach to pain care. Don’t be surprised when you become the newest member of his treatment family.

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    Sachida Manocha, MD, is a skilled anesthesiologist and pain management specialist serving patients at Interventional Pain Center locations in Worthington and Newark, Ohio. He combines medical expertise with a warm, personable nature to make him one of the most sought-after professionals in the region.

    Dr. Manocha began his medical training at Netaji S. Chandra Bose Medical College in Madhya Pradesh, India. Once in America, he completed an internship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He further refined his skills through a residency and fellowship at Ohio State University Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

    Education remains a top priority for Dr. Manocha, and he routinely pursues opportunities to expand his knowledge and acquire new skills. That dedication to continuing education is exemplified in his board certification through the American Board of Anesthesiology.

    While his training and experience are impressive, Dr. Manocha’s commitment to fostering a bond with each of his patients makes him the pain management specialist of choice for so many in the area. He takes the time to listen to his patients to better understand their unique needs, and he crafts customized treatment plans that deliver.

    Dr. Manocha uses a combination of established pain management techniques, cutting-edge technological advancements, and alternative medicine approaches to find a path that works for each man and woman in his care. That treatment plan might shift according to how each patient responds, and Dr. Manocha welcomes patient feedback as part of the collaborative process.

    If you’re searching for a pain management specialist who is able and willing to take a personalized approach to your needs, schedule a time to come in and sit down with Dr. Manocha. Bring a list of any questions or concerns you may have, and learn more about his unique approach to pain care. Don’t be surprised when you become the newest member of his treatment family.


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      "I have been a patient for several years. Dr. Manocha takes time to listen and work to resolve your pain issues."

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      "Dr. Manocha knows pain and knows how to make it go away! His expertise is unquestionable and he spends the time you need with you."

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      "Without Dr. Manocha i wouldn't be able to play with my children, or even get out of bed. His work is the best."

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      "Dr. Manocha is one of the finest doctors I have ever known. He explains what he is going to do, why, and asks for your opinion...I got much pain relief under his care."

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    Sachida N. Manocha, M.D., Worthington, OH

    Phone (appointments): 614-230-0799|Phone (general inquiries): 614-262-7246

    Address: 85 E. Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH43085

    Sachida N. Manocha, M.D., Newark, OH

    Phone (appointments): 740-217-2854|Phone (general inquiries): 740-522-8755

    Address: 78 Messimer Drive, Newark, OH43055

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    Symptoms

    Chronic back pain can feel like:

    • Aching back muscles
    • Shooting or stabbing pains
    • Radiating pains down into the legs
    • Pain that worsens with activity, especially bending, lifting, standing or walking
    • Pain that lessens when reclining

    Diagnosing chronic back pain

    Many factors can contribute to your chronic back pain.

    Your initial visit to Ohio State Spine Care may be with a spine surgeon, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist or nurse practitioner. Additional specialists provide their expertise as needed.

    We’ll listen to you carefully and perform a thorough examination to assess your range of motion and areas of pain.

    To further confirm your diagnosis, we offer:

    • X-rays of the spine
    • Computed tomography (CT)
    • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
    • Electromyography (EMG) studies, tests that measure the electrical activity of muscles and nerves

    Chronic back pain treatment

    Our physicians recognize and understand the pain characteristics of back conditions. This helps us develop an effective, personalized treatment plan for you.

    Your treatment most likely will include several options, and you’ll be the primary decision-maker.

    At Ohio State, we exhaust all nonsurgical options first before recommending a more invasive procedure.

    Nonsurgical treatments

    One of Ohio State’s strengths is our physical therapy program, with therapists who specialize in complex, degenerative spine conditions. Following an examination of posture, back mobility, strength and flexibility, our physical therapists customize a plan for you, which takes into account any impairments or functional limitations you have. Typically, you’ll work one-on-one with a therapist on pain-relieving movement strategies and on improvements in strength and flexibility.

    Additional nonsurgical treatments include:

    • Education on back care and recommendations for specific needs (such as job demands, recreational activities, home activities)
    • Real-time ultrasound imaging (RUSI) of movement in the spine area to re-train the deep stabilizing musculature of your spine (a highly researched, evidence-based intervention)
    • Anti-inflammatory medications
    • Weight loss guidance emphasizing healthier eating and exercise to ease pressure on the spine
    • Pilates, yoga and aquatic therapy to strengthen back muscles
    • Acupuncture (provided at Ohio State Spine Center) or dry needling for pain control through Ohio State’s Center for Integrative Medicine
    • Biofeedback and behavior modification

    Advanced nonsurgical options

    When conservative treatments have been unsuccessful, we can offer:

    • Spinal injections, such as epidurals or nerve blocks, directed toward areas where pain originates, with the aim of eliminating or relieving pain.
    • Spine orthobiologics, also known as stem cell therapy, activates the body’s natural healing process through injections of the body’s own healthy cells into the injured area to stimulate tissue regeneration and natural healing.
    • Radiofrequency ablation (also called radiofrequency neurotomy) to help with chronic pain that can't be resolved with the short-term relief provided by nerve blocks and spinal injections. Information from these treatments, however, helps us pinpoint where the pain originates along the spine. During an ablation procedure, our spine specialists are guided by X-rays to visualize the spinal joint causing pain. We use a probe to deliver heat generated by radio waves to disable nerves that are causing pain and to interfere with their ability to transmit pain signals. The procedure offers you long-term pain relief and doesn't harm nerves that control movement or sensation in the legs.
    • Spinal cord stimulation in the Center for Neuromodulation provides an option when surgery isn't indicated or desired. A device similar to a pacemaker, usually implanted under the skin in your abdomen or upper buttock, sends mild electrical impulses. You use a transmitter that controls the signal, which changes pain messages before they reach the brain. Instead of pain, you feel a soothing, tingling sensation.

    Surgical treatments

    When other treatment options have failed, surgery can benefit you under certain circumstances:

    • Decompression surgery (laminectomy): If a particular nerve is causing pain, a spine surgeon can remove the pressure being placed on the nerve by moving, widening or removing bone causing the pressure.
    • Spinal fusion surgery: When vertebra (bones of the spine) are out of alignment and causing instability in the back, a spinal fusion surgery can be performed to permanently join two vertebra together.
    • Spinal canal surgery: Surgery around the spinal canal (opening in vertebrae through which the spinal cord passes) can be performed to repair a damaged disc.

    Why choose Ohio State for treatment of chronic back pain?

    Comprehensive Care: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has multiple options in one location to treat chronic back pain. Our experts will diagnose the severity of your condition and know which approach will restore you to the highest level of function possible with the least-invasive treatment.

    You can receive these services at Ohio State Spine Care:

    • Consultations with physicians
    • Imaging tests (X-ray, CT and MRI)
    • Pain management procedures
    • Physical therapy

    Team Approach: At Ohio State, your care is not limited to just one physician’s perspective. We have a clinical team available to determine the source of your pain and make the most accurate diagnosis for you.

    Among the experts at Ohio State Spine Care are:

    • Physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians
    • Physical therapists
    • Radiologists
    • Neurologists
    • Spine surgeons with neurosurgical and orthopedic training
    • Pain specialists/anesthesiologists

    We involve you in decision-making as we work together to formulate an individualized treatment plan for you.

    Physical therapy expertise: Our physical therapists specialize in spine conditions, working with you one-on-one to alleviate pain and improve strength and coordination.

    Surgical expertise: For the majority of people with chronic back pain, surgery isn’t necessary. But if your quality of life is compromised, our fellowship-trained spine surgeons can address the most challenging surgical cases, helping people who haven’t found help elsewhere. We perform more complex spine surgeries than any other medical center in central Ohio.

    Research: You’ll benefit from our involvement in national and international trials that provide you with the most current methods for chronic back pain treatment.

    New technology: We rely on new technology to deliver better care for our patients. Recent additions include an implanted nerve stimulator that won’t interfere with an MRI scan. We also recently acquired a device to perform radiofrequency ablation, which uses radio waves to provide long-acting pain relief in the joint above the tailbone.

    Ohio State conducts innovative research in the laboratory, as well as through clinical trials.

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    Areas of focus include:

    Biomechanical Testing: We are doing biomechanical testing to assess the spine before and after surgery. A specialized vest helps us assess your spinal movement and measure the effectiveness of surgery. It ultimately may provide valuable information about which treatment methods will best increase mobility and function of the spine.

    Back Pain Consortium: We are members of the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM). Membership in this elite organization allows us to engage with other top U.S. medical centers in global research studies on back pain. As we measure our results against established international standards, we share best practices and elevate our standard of care.

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    Our Spine Providers

    Please obtain a physician referral before scheduling with our Spine Center and request previous imaging studies (e.g., MRI, CT, X-ray) on a CD from the place where your tests were performed. Please bring to your appointment these and other test results related to your back (e.g., EMGs, bone density reports, ultrasound reports) from your doctor(s).

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    LEON MARGOLIN, MD, PHD, FAPMR, FAPM - COMPREHENSIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE

    5245 East Main Street, Columbus, OH 43213 DIRECTIONS

    Since 2005

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    Dr. Leon Margolin is a double board-certified physician in pain medicine and physical medicine, and rehabilitation. He is graduated from Hadassah Medical School. Dr. Leon has expertise in medical and interventional pain management. Dr. Leon and his staff take over narcotic prescriptions for selected patients after appropriate screening and interventional pain management. He has widely published more than 30 publications, and he provides treatment for pelvic, central, and musculoskeletal pain. Comprehensive Pain Management Institute's goal is to ensure that they get back to full life by applying the most modern, scientific, and evidence-based pain relief and treatment methods.

    SPECIALTY:
    Ultrasound-Guided Procedure, Suboxone Treatment, Radiofrequency Ablation, Chronic, Neck, Back, Elbow, Leg, Hip, Radicular, Cancer, Knee, Shoulder, Spine, Hand, Wrist, Foot and Ankle Pain, Osteoarthritis, Headaches, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Fracture Care, Bursitis, Scoliosis, Spinal Stenosis & Migraine

    Most Compassionate Physician Award in 2011- Physician’s Recognition Award by the American Medical Association in 2008 & 2014

    License #35.090064

    Insurance AcceptedAccepts all major medical insurance plans including Medicare, Medicaid, CareSource, Aetna, Midecgold, AARP, OSU Prime Care, and all other commercial plans

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    PainCenter_ImageRTFOur Comprehensive Pain Center supports innovative research on the management of chronic painful conditions and clinical trials to improve patient function, treatment outcomes and quality of life.

    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Comprehensive Pain Center provides management alternatives for patients whose pain results from chronic conditions other than cancer or spinal injury or disease, such as:

    • Advanced arthritic pain of the hips or knees, pancreatic and other abdominal pain
    • Chronic kidney and bladder pain
    • Post-inguinal hernia repair pain
    • Intercostal neuralgia
    • Chronic regional pain syndrome (formerly known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy)
    • Sacroiliac pain
    • Facial pain
    • Migraine
    • Occipital neuralgia
    • Other chronic headache conditions

    Physical therapy is an integral part of the center. We also use advanced procedures such as sacroiliac radiofrequency nerve ablation, neural field stimulator implantation for non-spine painful conditions, intrathecal drug delivery implantation for non-spine pain conditions and radiofrequency ablation of other peripheral sensory nerves.

    At our Narcotic Reduction Clinic, clinic physicians determine a reasonable coordinated treatment plan to gradually reduce doses of pain medicine through a combination of medicine schedules, procedures, periodic intravenous infusions, referral to other therapies and substitution of medicines.

    The Comprehensive Pain Center is a core component of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Neurological Institute, which brings together physicians, scientists, nurses and therapists to develop new technologies and better treatments for people with complex pain and headaches.

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    At the Comprehensive Pain and Headache Center, our multidisciplinary team collaborates to provide cutting-edge patient care while researching the latest treatments and discoveries.

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    Education

    • University of Maryland, PhD in Psychology
    • City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Master’s in Psychology
    • Adelphi University (Bachelor's)

    Common visit reasons

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
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    Ken grew up on Long Island. His parents were first-generation Americans whose families had immigrated from Germany. His father, a World War I veteran who worked as a stevedore on the docks of New York, died when Ken was 10 years old. Ken remembers being preoccupied with grief after his father’s passing. His mother was left to raise Ken and his sister alone. She made a point of seeing to it Ken had the same opportunities as his more well-off peers, enrolling him in the Boy Scouts, Sea Scouts and music lessons. Ken was in advance placement classes in high school, but although motivated to go on to college, he knew there was no money to pay for tuition. Not going to college had other consequences as well. He was a prime candidate for the draft. When drafted he was first trained him as a radio communicator, which would have put him 24/7 in the rice patties. But, when the chance came to learn to type, and become a radio teletype operator, he jumped at the chance. This meant he would serve his tour of duty on a base and not in the field. The GI Bill helped to pay the way to a life of learning. When Ken started undergraduate school, it was as if his mind was on fire. He remembers taking it all in. He wanted to learn why and what leads people to make the decisions that cause them to do what they do. His doctoral dissertation at the University of Maryland centered on how people learn best, and which sense modality -- sight, sound or touch – is most effective in learning. He found that when people know their best learning modality, they become empowered in their communications. He met Barbara, the woman who would become his wife, at a workshop retreat in upstate New York. Ken says she pursued him until he caught her. “We were a natural fit,” he says, smiling. They came to Cincinnati in 1986 with their two children to be close to other family members. Ken rides a bicycle for the therapy of it. He is also an avid collector of all sorts of items, among them, wire sculptures, keys and locks, and books. His collection of keys and locks are renown, international in scope, and hang on the walls of his Sycamore Street office. They include a 12th century wood grain lock from Madagascar, a 17th century foot-long master key from Morocco and a 10th century ring key. In keeping with his perspective on life and his profession, he has trademarked the phrase, “Locksmith of the Mind.” He also has trade marks on “Career Wellness,” which addresses his approach to people’s choices; “Psychologically Speaking,” the title of his NPR program, and “Deliberate Happiness,” the title of his forthcoming book, and on-line coaching course. Dr. Ken’s enthusiasm for forensics after 40-plus years is evident. He enjoys bringing his creativity, knowledge, and personal warmth to learning about the why and what chances people take, and the choices they make that get them into trouble with the law. Dr Ken is an observer of behavior. He is earnest and sincere in his application of his profession. As an expert witness, he has testified, “We make choices. Sometimes consciously, other times unconsciously. The affect those choices have on others may be intentional or incidental, but even when well intended, we can never absolutely predict the impact or consequences on how our actions will affect others.”

    Education

    • University of Maryland, PhD in Psychology
    • City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Master’s in Psychology
    • Adelphi University (Bachelor's)

    Common visit reasons

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Pain Management Consultation
    • Psychotherapy
    • Therapy
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    4523 Cemetery Rd, Hilliard, OH43026

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    568 S Cleveland Ave, B, Westerville, OH43081

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