Dr. Bakshi practices interventional pain management. "I do minimally invasive procedures to help diagnose and treat neck and back pain," he explains.
As a leading medical educator, Dr. Bakshi instructs pain management fellows and attending physicians in pain management techniques. He has written many peer-reviewed articles on pain management and is the co-editor and author of 3 textbooks on pain management.
He conducts presentations for physicians locally and abroad. Dr Bakshi was an International Course Director for the Global Update on pain in Mumbai, India in 2006, 2012, and 2015, NY/NJSIPP presenter and faculty instructor for hands on cadaver workshop for the past several years, and was invited to be a guest lecturer by the Egyptian Pain Society in Cairo, Egypt. He is also a Course Director for the Business of Pain Medicine Conference in Washington, DC since 2015.
Dr. Bakshi has special interests in the field of spinal cord stimulation and has lectured and published extensively on this topic. As part of a nationwide multi-center study, he implanted the first spinal cord stimulator for refractory angina in the New York region at Lenox Hospital. The procedure was transmitted live to an international cardiology conference in Washington, D.C.
He then did his fellowship in Pain Medicine in the Department of Anesthesiology and Medicine, Division of Pain Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, where after graduation he served as Instructor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine.