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AJ Rastogi, MD

  • E-mail: info@naspacmd.com
  • Phone: 609-845-3988

Dr. Rastogi is the Medical Director and Co-Founder of North American Spine & Pain Consultants. He received his medical education at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He completed his residency and fellowship training at the University of Pennsylvania.

He highly enjoys the art and the science of practicing pain management. He considered the field a perfect fit for him early in his medical career, as it embodies the essence of being a doctor – taking away pain. He understands the importance of multi-modal therapy in treating all aspects of pain: physical and emotional.

His current focus is on advancing the state of interventional spine by investigating innovative new treatment options. Dr. Rastogi has been involved in multiple studies evaluating various cutting edge minimally invasive spinal procedures. He also completed research at The University of Virginia on the analgesic effects of anticonvulsants. He has written many chapters concerning interventional spine procedures for professional textbooks.

Dr. Rastogi is currently the national fellowship course director for multiple companies involved in developing emerging spine technology. He has trained over 400 physicians from both the US and internationally on a variety of interventional techniques.

Dr. Rastogi is the Medical Director and Co-Founder of North American Spine & Pain Consultants. He received his medical education at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. He completed his residency and fellowship training at the University of Pennsylvania.

He highly enjoys the art and the science of practicing pain management. He considered the field a perfect fit for him early in his medical career, as it embodies the essence of being a doctor – taking away pain. He understands the importance of multi-modal therapy in treating all aspects of pain: physical and emotional.

His current focus is on advancing the state of interventional spine by investigating innovative new treatment options. Dr. Rastogi has been involved in multiple studies evaluating various cutting edge minimally invasive spinal procedures. He also completed research at The University of Virginia on the analgesic effects of anticonvulsants. He has written many chapters concerning interventional spine procedures for professional textbooks.

Dr. Rastogi is currently the national fellowship course director for multiple companies involved in developing emerging spine technology. He has trained over 400 physicians from both the US and internationally on a variety of interventional techniques.