Pain Management - Lower Manhattan
As part of the Weill Cornell Pain Management team, the downtown office offers the same expert level of care and state-of-the-art technology found in our two uptown locations.
Our Pain Management physicians offer a full range of treatments for back and neck pain, cancer pain, chronic abdominal and pelvic pain, muscle and joint pain, chronic regional pain syndrome, shingles, trigeminal neuralgia and spinal cord injuries.
Our board-certified physicians and fully trained staff utilize cutting-edge procedures and techniques to treat pain and are dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care.
Located in Manhattan’s Financial District, the Downtown Pain Management Office is convenient to City Hall, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the World Trade Center.
The Downtown Office is located on the 11th floor of 156 William St. — less than a block from NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital and Pace University. The office is adjacent to the Fulton Street Transit Station and is convenient to multiple subway and bus lines.
What Our Patients Are Saying
Excellent Doctor. Shows compassion and sympathy. Listens carefully.
Dr. Phillip Petrou, MD. And his staff are very professional and courteous to all that walks into their office. I received a nerve block which at first I was very skeptical about doing. But after a very skilled and pinpoint procedure my serious and excruciating pain was reduced by about 50%.For those who are having misgivings concerning about choosing to have a nerve block procedure . Let my experience under the care of Dr. Phillip Petrou and his professional staff be an example.
Dr. Jotwani has an amazingly calm and supportive manner in treatment. He really goes out of his way to help his patients and to find ways both traditional and novel to help mitigate chronic pain. He's also one of those doctors who makes you feel like he doesn't have a queue of patients to whom he must attend; he gives time and feedback and it never feels that he's in a rush. Great doctor (and I am so not a fan of doctors!).