Sachida Manocha, MD, is a skilled and experienced pain management specialist, with anesthesiology and surgery background, serving patients at Interventional Pain Center locations in Worthington and Newark, Ohio. He combines medical expertise with a warm, personable nature to make him one of the most sought-after professionals in the region.
Dr. Manocha began his medical training in India in 1979. He went on to do surgical residency and Pediatric Surgery fellowship. Before moving to US in 1999, he was practising as a pediatric surgeon in India. Once in America, he completed his anesthesiology and Interventional pain training between Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and Ohio State University, Ohio.
Education remains a top priority for Dr. Manocha, and he routinely pursues opportunities to expand his knowledge and acquire new skills. That dedication to continuing education is exemplified in his board certification through the American Board of Anesthesiology.
While his training and experience are impressive, Dr. Manocha’s commitment to fostering a bond with each of his patients makes him the pain management specialist of choice for so many in the area. He takes the time to listen to his patients to better understand their unique needs, and he crafts customized treatment plans that deliver.
Dr. Manocha uses a combination of established pain management techniques, cutting-edge technological advancements, and alternative medicine approaches to find a path that works for each man and woman in his care. That treatment plan might shift according to how each patient responds, and Dr. Manocha welcomes patient feedback as part of the collaborative process.
If you’re searching for a pain management specialist who is able and willing to take a personalized approach to your needs, schedule a time to come in and sit down with Dr. Manocha. Bring a list of any questions or concerns you may have, and learn more about his unique approach to pain care. Don’t be surprised when you become the newest member of his treatment family.