Dr. Daniel Pak speaks on "New Therapies for Spinal Stenosis"

On January 25, Dr. Daniel Pak presented a health education seminar entitled, “New Therapies for Spinal Stenosis” at the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center.

Spinal stenosis occurs when the space around your spinal cord becomes too narrow, which irritates the spinal cord and/or the nerves that branch off it. Spinal stenosis causes symptoms like back or neck pain and tingling in your arms or legs. In this talk, Dr. Daniel Pak discussed new and emerging minimally invasive treatments for spinal stenosis.

Dr. Daniel Pak is the Associate Program Director of the Cornell Tri-Institutional Pain Fellowship and Director of Practice Innovations for the Pain Division at Weill Cornell Medicine.

Click here to watch a recording of “New Therapies for Spinal Stenosis.”

If you would like to learn more about treatments to relieve spinal stenosis pain, please contact Weill Cornell Medicine’s pain management specialists at (646) 962-PAIN (7246) to schedule a consultation or visit the website at https://weillcornell.org/services/pain-management. For pain management tips, please follow Weill Cornell Medicine’s Pain Management account on Instagram.  https://www.instagram.com/wcmpain/