New Technology for Managing Back Pain

Hosted by Michael Sabia, MD

Do you have questions about back pain? You're not alone.

Back pain affects nearly 13 million Americans and is the second most common reason for lost days of work. There are many methods for managing pain, and some of the most innovative and promising treatments involve the use of technology by way of interventional procedures.

Cooper University Hospital’s Pain Management program is an interdisciplinary program with a unique specialty in technology-based interventional pain management.

Technological treatments available for back pain include radiofrequency thermal coagulation for cervical, thoracic and lumbar spondylosis pain; and spinal cord stimulation for post laminectomy syndrome, complex regional pain syndrome and peripheral vascular disease.

Join us as pain management physician Michael Sabia, MD, will answer your questions about interventional pain management for back pain, live on

About Dr. Sabia
Michael Sabia, MD, recently returned to Cooper – where he trained -- from The Central Texas Pain Institute in Austin, Texas. He is a Board certified Anesthesiologist with Subspecialty Certification in Pain Medicine. Dr. Sabia has a special interest in low back pain, post laminectomy syndrome, and dorsal column stimulation.

Dr. Sabia received his medical degree from New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY.

He completed his Internship and Residency at Cooper University Hospital where he was a Chief Resident and recognized as “Resident of the Quarter”.