Garden State Pain Management
Dr. Todd Koppel, MD – Interventional Pain Specialist in Manhattan and Northern NJ
Conditions We Treat
Lumbar Herniated Disc
Low Back Pain
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Minimally Invasive Discectomy
Epidural Steroid Injections
Expert Vein Treatment
About Dr. Koppel
Todd Koppel, MD, is an interventional pain management specialist in private practice at Garden State Pain Management. His patients in Clifton, New Jersey, receive individualized attention, customized treatment, and science-based interventional therapies that dramatically improve their quality of life.
We offer free consultations for regenerative treatments such as PRPS & Science-based Interventional Therapy.
"I took my mother to see Dr. Koppel , the experience was fantastic . Dr. Koppel took care of my mother , no one was able to help her with her sciatica pain for so many years . With only one treatment my mother is able to walk with no more complaints . Dr: Koppel staff is unique bilingual and always ready to help , from the manager to the receptionist . Dr. Koppel bed manners are unique , he listen careful to your problems . Thanks Dr. Koppel and his staff for such a wonderful work."
"Very personable approach. Almost no wait comparing to some other providers. Experienced physician who provided a quick and accurate diagnosis. Can’t wait to be pain free!"
"I had a platelet plasma injection with Dr Koppel. The treatment was done in his office and was quick and easy. My pain is gone! I'm very happy with the results and Dr Koppel."
"I am feeling so much better after my back treatment. Dr Koppel also did a few office injections, which really helped. I’m very grateful to him for alleviating my pain."
Have You Been Told That You Need Surgery?
These treatments utilize non-surgical techniques to treat a wide variety of conditions including:
- Disk herniations in the neck and back
- Nerve Impingement
- Spinal Stenosis
Neuropathy, simply put, is an injury to a nerve or group of nerves. Some neuropathies can be successfully cured, while others may be permanent in nature. The diagnosis of a permanent neuropathy, However, does not need to mean having to live in pain....
Presently, muscles, joints, and back pain conditions may be treated with corticosteroids, regenerative injections, or surgery. Corticosteroids are beneficial but have contraindications in patients with diabetes and heart disease. Regenerative therapies such as...
Minimally Invasive TherapyMany treatments are labeled “minimally invasive”. These are usually less aggressive than traditional procedures, and offer a shorter recovery time, and less side effects. Minimally invasive therapies fall between percutaneous...