Dinash Yanamadula, M.D., F.A.A.P.M.R., F.A.A.P.M., of Princeton Pain and Spine Institute, located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, is double board certified in both Pain Management and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and is fellowship trained in Interventional Pain Management and Sports Medicine.
Versed in standard and leading-edge modalities, Dr. Yanamadula offers a full scope of treatment options to patients throughout Mercer County, who are suffering from chronic and acute pain, including that related to: accidents, shingles, migraines, spine, neck, back, and other joints.
Dr. Yanamadula’s offers individualized treatment programs tailored to each patient, often utilizing a multidisciplinary approach. He has effectively alleviated pain for thousands of patients, eliminating their need for surgery. Dr. Yanamadula has a special interest in: low (lumbar) back pain, neck pain (cervical spine), nerve pain, and in diagnosing and remedying joint pain.
Among the approaches Dr. Yanamuadula frequently utilizes are:
Fluoroscopically guided spinal injections for low back and neck pain.
Trigger point injections to help manage myofascial pain and joint pain.
Joint and soft tissue injections of upper and lower extremities to treat joint and muscle conditions.
NCV/EMG diagnostic studies to evaluate nerve pain.
At his former practice, Dr. Yanamadula developed a ‘Center of Excellence,’ which lead to his selection by the St. Jude Medical, Neuromodulation Division, to train physicians from around the country in neuromodulation techniques. Dr. Yanamadula’s practice was one of only three centers in Florida honored with this distinction.
Dr. Yanamadula’s extensive education includes completion of an internship at Temple University/Frankford Hospital and a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the renowned University of Chicago/Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital.
In addition, he completed a prestigious fellowship in Interventional Pain Management and Sports Medicine at Comprehensive Spine and Sports Medicine of Hawaii, and was appointed Chief Fellow.