New, Advanced Interventional Pain Management Specialist Now Seeing Patients in Peabody
Fellowship-trained interventional pain management specialist Dr. Kaya Shah has joined the region’s most preferred orthopedic practice, Sports Medicine North. Dr. Shah offers the latest solutions for acute and chronic pain and is available to see patients at the practice’s clinic in Peabody at 1 Orthopedics Drive, Second Floor. Area residents in need of specialized care for musculoskeletal and nerve-related pain are encouraged to call (978) 818-6350 for an appointment.
Board-certified and fellowship-trained in pain medicine, Dr. Kaya Shah offers interventional pain management care for bone, joint, muscle and nerve pain. She specializes in the use of the most advanced interventional and nonsurgical treatments for orthopedic and neurological injuries and conditions. Her expertise includes:
- Back and neck pain.
- Complex regional pain syndrome.
- Facet joint disorders of the spine.
- Knee, shoulder and hip pain.
- Nerve-related pelvic pain.
- Pain diagnosis.
- Sacroiliac joint pain and dysfunction.
- Spine- and nerve-related pain.
- Trigger points and muscular pain.
“We’re excited to welcome our newest expert to our pain management team as part of our dedication to offering our patients the latest care options to help them feel better, stronger and live life to the fullest,” says Sports Medicine North Practice President Dr. David Fehnel. “Dr. Shah shares that dedication and brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience in compassionate, comprehensive patient care.”
Dr. Shah earned her medical degree at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood, Illinois, where she also completed an internship in surgery and a residency in anesthesiology at Loyola University Medical Center. After her residency, Dr. Shah served as an anesthesiologist in Massachusetts for several years before completing an exclusive interventional pain management fellowship at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston. Through this year of intensive training, she learned the latest, proven methods in managing pain with medications and state-of-the-art interventional procedures, such as joint injections, neck and spine injections, ultrasound-guided nerve blocks, trigger point injections and nerve electrical conduction procedures for pain.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Shah or for more information, contact Sports Medicine North at (978) 818-6350.