Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.

Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D. is board certified in both interventional pain management and anesthesiology. She has extensive experience in interventional pain management. This encompasses epidural steroid injections, facet blocks and radiofrequency ablation, peripheral nerve blocks and spinal cord stimulator placement among other specialized techniques. She believes in taking the time to find the appropriate diagnosis and helping patients understand their bodies and pain symptoms.

Dr. Fenig provides up to date pain management techniques, along with a great interest in complementary therapies such as yoga and meditation.

After receiving her medical degree from New Jersey Medical School, she completed residency training in anesthesia at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University College and Surgeons. This was followed by a fellowship in pain management at the Manhattan Center for Pain Management at the same institution. She is affiliated with Northwell Health.

Dr Fenig is fluent in both Spanish and French. She enjoys yoga, travel, cooking and gardening. A native New Yorker, Dr. Fenig lives with her family in Brooklyn.

Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.

Training

  • Medical Education– New Jersey Medical School
  • Residency Training – St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University College and Surgeons
  • Fellowship Training – The Manhattan Center for Pain Management

Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.

Medical Affiliations

  • Northwell Health

Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.

Specialties

  • Pain Management Specialist
  • Board Certified Anesthesiologist

Dr. Arielle Ochoa Fenig, M.D.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French

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