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Rano Faltas, MD

Dr. Faltas was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt where he received his medical degree at the University of Alexandria and graduated with honors in 2007. He moved to the United States to fulfill his surgical internship at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Faltas then completed his Anesthesiology residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA as well as his Interventional Pain Fellowship program at Rush University in Chicago, IL. Dr. Faltas published multiple case reports and studies highlighting innovative techniques at managing different types of chronic pain

Dr. Faltas focuses on treating pain at an individual level, understanding that each patient may have different needs and should be cared for with a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and individualized approach. His goal is to help make day-to-day activities less difficult and restore quality of life for his patients.

Dr. Faltas in involved in many charity-based activities including youth service at his local church. He has been involved in medical mission work since he was a fist year medical student he founded and currently directs a charity-based pain clinic in his hometown.

“Chronic pain is a challenging disease; it changes who you are as a person; it can make you frustrated and depressed. It is my job to tackle this challenge and provide my patients with options and tools that they can feel comfortable with and that fit within their lifestyle. I love being a chronic pain doctor because pain is so challenging to treat; it makes it very rewarding to see patients get better and get their lives back. It is also a very exciting time in pain management with multiple new devices and procedures coming out. This means even more minimally invasive options for our patients such as spinal spacers and vertebro-basilar nerve ablations.

 

While I treat every type of chronic pain, areas that I specialize in include seeing patients after failed spine surgeries. A lot of patients suffer from “arachnoiditis” which is nerve inflammation created by scar tissue buildup following spine surgery that causes significant pain while limiting activities and quality of life. Treating this condition requires a comprehensive multimodal approach and it is one of the conditions that I specialize in. Another area that I specialize in is providing interventional treatments for migraine headaches after failure of the standard medication management approach. Lastly, I specialize in treating pelvic pain, which can be very challenging and debilitating for patients that suffer from it. There are multiple innovative interventions that I can provide for pelvic pain that can significantly impact a patient’s life.” – Dr. Rano Faltas

Dr. Faltas is Married to Dalia who works as a medical science liaison in Amgen oncology division, they both enjoy activities such as traveling, skiing, and snorkeling. They have one daughter Sophia who already loves spicy food!

Rano Faltas, MD

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Dr. Faltas was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt where he received his medical degree at the University of Alexandria and graduated with honors in 2007. He moved to the United States to fulfill his surgical internship at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Faltas then completed his Anesthesiology residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA as well as his Interventional Pain Fellowship program at Rush University in Chicago, IL. Dr. Faltas published multiple case reports and studies highlighting innovative techniques at managing different types of chronic pain

Dr. Faltas focuses on treating pain at an individual level, understanding that each patient may have different needs and should be cared for with a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and individualized approach. His goal is to help make day-to-day activities less difficult and restore quality of life for his patients.

Dr. Faltas in involved in many charity-based activities including youth service at his local church. He has been involved in medical mission work since he was a fist year medical student he founded and currently directs a charity-based pain clinic in his hometown.

“Chronic pain is a challenging disease; it changes who you are as a person; it can make you frustrated and depressed. It is my job to tackle this challenge and provide my patients with options and tools that they can feel comfortable with and that fit within their lifestyle. I love being a chronic pain doctor because pain is so challenging to treat; it makes it very rewarding to see patients get better and get their lives back. It is also a very exciting time in pain management with multiple new devices and procedures coming out. This means even more minimally invasive options for our patients such as spinal spacers and vertebro-basilar nerve ablations.

 

While I treat every type of chronic pain, areas that I specialize in include seeing patients after failed spine surgeries. A lot of patients suffer from “arachnoiditis” which is nerve inflammation created by scar tissue buildup following spine surgery that causes significant pain while limiting activities and quality of life. Treating this condition requires a comprehensive multimodal approach and it is one of the conditions that I specialize in. Another area that I specialize in is providing interventional treatments for migraine headaches after failure of the standard medication management approach. Lastly, I specialize in treating pelvic pain, which can be very challenging and debilitating for patients that suffer from it. There are multiple innovative interventions that I can provide for pelvic pain that can significantly impact a patient’s life.” – Dr. Rano Faltas

Dr. Faltas is Married to Dalia who works as a medical science liaison in Amgen oncology division, they both enjoy activities such as traveling, skiing, and snorkeling. They have one daughter Sophia who already loves spicy food!

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