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The End of Prescriptions as We Know Them in New York

“It’s certainly not foolproof,” said Dr. Douglas Schottenstein, a Manhattan pain management doctor whose office writes dozens of controlled-substance prescriptions daily.

2015 Castle Connolley Top/Best Doctors

Dr. Douglas Schottenstein has been named to Castle Connolly's 2015 Top Doctors list.

Dr. Schottenstein named as Top Doctor by New York Magazine.

Dr. Schottenstein has been named in the prestigious Top Doctors of 2015 List compiled by New York Magazine and Castle Connoly.

lifeworx logo LifeWorx - Pain Pain Go Away

Dr. Schottenstein contributes his expertise on Pain Management in this article about Top Pain Management doctors.

Can Synago Change the Way Young Jews Interact With Their Synagogue?

Dr. Schottenstein is highlighted in this piece from Slate on the new Synago app.

Skye McCole Bartusiak: How Seizures Could Have Caused Her Death

Dr. Schottenstein contributes his expertise in this article discussing epileptic attacks and the recent passing of actress Skye McCole Bartusiak.

Dr. Schottenstein named as Top Doctor by New York Magazine.

Dr. Schottenstein has been named to the prestigious Top Doctors List compiled by New York Magazine and Castle Connoly.

Dr. Schottenstein named as Top Doctor by New York Magazine.

Dr. Schottenstein has been named in the prestigious Top Doctors of 2014 List compiled by New York Magazine and Castle Connoly.

"Ask Dr. Brandt" SiriusXM

Congratulations to Dr. Schottenstein, who was featured on the SiriusXM radio show "Ask Dr. Brandt."

Yankees say A-Rod had shoulder treatment, too

Dr. Schottenstein contributes his expertise in this article discussing the Regenokine procedure and the benefits of this Treatment.

The Body That Heals Itself

Congratulations to Dr. Schottenstein, named in the Men's Journal, "The Body that Heals Itself," article on Regenokine Injection Therapy.

Dusseldorf’s Revolutionary Back Pain Doctor

Congratulations to Dr. Schottenstein, named in DEPARTURES Magazine, "Dusseldorf's Revolutionary Back Pain Doctor," article on Regenokine Injection Therapy.

Dr. Schottenstein as a featured physician on the Dr. Oz Show 2/14/13

Dr. Schottenstein is profiled on the Dr. Oz Show as part of his recent television guest appearance.

What steps can you take to slow the progression of MS?

Dr. Schottenstein contributes his expertise in this article discussing methods to slow the progression of MS.

New York Times , 08/25/2012 As seen in the New York Times on August 25, 2012

Dr. Douglas Schottenstein has been named to Castle Connolly's Top Doctors list.

U.S. News & World Report , 06/20/2012 New York City's Dr. Schottenstein is named to the U.S. News National Top Doctors List for Pain Management

Dr. Douglas Schottenstein has been named to U.S. News' National Top Doctors list.

PainClinician.com Multimodal Management of Chronic Low Back Pain; An Interventionalist's Case-Based Perspective

Numerous studies have characterized the impairment, distress, and adverse impact of pain across multiple domains of function and quality of life. Timely diagnosis and targeted treatment strategies based on comprehensive, ongoing care are therefore critically important to achieving realistic treatment goals.

CBS New York , 03/01/2011 New York City Neurologist Dr. Douglas Schottenstein speaks on CBS February, 2011

Dr. Douglas Schottenstein discusses the recent medical emergency experienced by CBS Reporter Serene Branson while she was broadcasting live at the Grammys. Dr. Schottenstein, double board certified in neurology and pain management, explains some of the possible causes of the medical phenomenon.

Chronic Pain and Risk Management Compendium Chronic Pain and Risk Management Compendium

Chapter 8: Interventional Strategies for Chronic Low Back Pain

Poster for Pain Week Dr. Schottenstein recently co-authored and presented a poster for Pain Week

Chronic pain is a disease of the central and peripheral nervous systems with unpleasant, recurring, and often debilitating consequences. An inherently labile and subjective experience, chronic pain has two components: persistent pain and breakthrough pain (BTP).