Schedule an Appointment – Shingles

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Dr. Koorosh J Elihu MD

Dr Koorosh Joshua Elihu MD is a pain management specialist and anesthesiologist. His fellowship training at Cedars-Sinai was comprehensive and includes medical management, addiction and sleep medicine, acute pain management, and hospice and cancer care.

Call (323) 642-6455 to schedule an appointment today.
Locations in Culver City, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, and Fresno.

Personalized Pain Management

If you are suffering from shingles or a related condition, schedule a consultation today. Dr. Elihu will work with you to carefully craft a personalized treatment plan to help you feel your best. Whether you need conservative management or more robust procedures, we will find what works for you to help you feel your best.

What is Singles

Shingles is a painful rash caused by the chicken-pox virus. Once you have chicken-pox, the virus lies dormant in tissue near your nervous system. If the virus is reactivated, you will develop a painful, itchy rash that can spread over your body. At Elihu Institute for Pain Management, we have treatment options available to help you manage your shingles pain.

Call (323) 642-6455 to schedule an appointment today.
Locations in Culver City, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, and Fresno.

Treatment

At Elihu Institute for Pain Management, we have the most advanced treatment options available to help you manage your shingles pain. Our physicians will work with you to create a comprehensive treatment plan perfectly tailored to your specific needs. When conservative treatment with medication and physical therapy is not enough, we offer advanced therapies to find the root of your pain. Our treatment options include Sympathetic Nerve Blocks, Epidural Steroid Injections, Spinal Cord Stimulators, and dorsal root ganglion. These treatments are often considered the standard of care in Japan. At Elihu Institute for Pain Management, we offer the most cutting edge treatments available and deliver them safely and efficiently. 

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