Emile Hiesiger, MD is one of America's leading neurologists with over 30 years of experience specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic and acute pain and has consistently been ranked by Castle Connolly as one of New York's top neurologists. Dr. Hiesiger is a board certified neurologist, clinical associate professor of neurology at NYU Langone Medical Center and an attending physician in the Department of Neurology at NYU Langone Medical Center. He is also an attending neurologist at the Manhattan Veterans Administration Hospital and Manhattan Veterans Administration Pain Clinic, where he teaches residents in the field of pain management and treats veterans suffering from war-related chronic pain. He has perfected the use of CT-guidance in interventional pain treatment and published numerous academic articles on pain, as well as written two books on pain for the lay reader. Since 2007, Dr. Hiesiger's research focus has been the use of QEEG to measure acute and chronic pain. His medical expertise includes Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS - formerly known as RSD), back/spine problems, headaches (especially those emanating from the neck), painful scars, pain management, and pain neurology.
Dr. Hiesiger is widely recognized as a leading expert witness in determining the legitimacy of medical malpractice claims related to pain and is Chief Medical Advisor to Advanced Neural Metrics, Inc. (ANM), a private company dedicated to the development of solutions that improve the detection, quantification, and treatment of pain.
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