OH – OSU Comprehensive Spine Center


Steven Severyn M.D.
Steven.Severyn@osumc.edu

OSU Comprehensive Spine Center
Martha Morehouse Tower, 7th Floor
2050 Kenny Road
Columbus, Ohio 43221

Phone:
(614) 366-3269
(614) 293-2225
Fax:
(614) 293-6763


N411 Doan Hall
410 W 10th Ave
Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: (614) 293-8487
Fax: (614) 293-8153

Certification in Pain Management:
American Board of Anesthesiology

http://anesthesiology.osu.edu/5060.cfm

Specialty:
Anesthesiology Pain Management

Hospital Affiliation:
James Cancer Hospital
University Hospital

Clinical Interests:
interventional pain management, interventional procedures, pain medication consultations only

2 thoughts on “OH – OSU Comprehensive Spine Center”

  1. I live every day in severe pain. I can’t even sleep at night (ever ) without waking up in severe pain. I’ve been diagnosed with spinal stenosis. I have bulged, deterioration in my L5,L6, and L7 of my neck. I’ve been through injections twice with no relief. I now go numb across my upper chest , upper back and completely down both of my arms all the way to the tips of my fingers. This is scaring me severly. I don’t have a dr. anymore due to being honest and letting the dr. know that I had taking a percolating that wasn’t prescribed for me. I suffer severe pain so at times I do take something not prescribed because I can’t stand the pain. The pain effects everything that I have to do on a day to day basis. Sweeping, mopping, anything that I would have to do such as scrubbing a shower or hang a curtain. I can’t use my arms above my shoulders at all. I’m not a drug abuser! I need help with the pain and helping to fix me. Please help me! I can’t handle this and I’m terrified that it is or will leave me paralyzed.

  2. Ohio state spine center left all patients of a doctor that recently moved to go through withdrawals on their own and refused to continue treatment by medications even though they pasted all mandatory drug tests and followed all recommended care plans. This practice is no good for any patients that don’t respond well to surgical treatments pain pumps, nerve blocks, injections etc. after 8 years of having chronic pain the last 2 were the only that gave enough pain relief to have some quality of life. After a failed back surgery done by OSU I am now left with no doctors to help.

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