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.
"She was thorough, listened to all of my concerns and explained all the options to me. It’s been a long time since I’ve had any hope around my chronic pain because I’m so used to doctors telling me that there’s nothing else they can do to help, so it was so good to hear that I DO have options, that there are many things I haven’t tried! I felt heard and believed, and that’s really important in a doctor for me."
"Dr. Mohammed Piracchia is such a kind, caring, down to earth physician.
I've been to several pain management doctors, but Dr. Piracchia is unique. He will spend time talking, and explaining your situation,and reasons for medication and treatments.
He's down to earth and never makes me feel I can't be honest with him about my pain,
"Dr. Witkin has been a God-send, easing my pain when others did not. I feel I am BEING HEARD.
Zoom meetings have been unhurried, sensitive and informative. Procedures at William Street have been quick, comfortable and effective.
I whole-heartedly recommend Dr. Witkin."