Last Updated: January 29, 2024
Premier Pain Treatment Institute is thrilled to announce that Dr. Shruti Amin has joined the practice. Dr. Amin will play a crucial role in PPTI’s new Middletown location, as well as occasionally working at the Loveland, Mt. Orab, and Hillsboro offices.
Meet Dr. Amin
Dr. Shruti Amin is a sports medicine & interventional spine pain management physician and physiatrist. She completed her training at a pain management-focused PM&R residency at One Brooklyn Health and a top NASS- accredited fellowship at Dayton Outpatient Center. During her time in residency, she published multiple articles relating to pain management including one in the most recent textbook in PM&R. She recently continued clinical research in pain management as a sub-investigator at META research institute. Her clinical approach is based on the best interest of the patient and as if she is treating a friend or a loved one. Dr. Amin focuses not only to diminish pain, but also to promote movement to reestablish function and quality of life.
SPECIALTIES & EXPERTISE
Specializing in a variety of pain conditions, Dr. Amin offers excellence in care in treating neck and back pain, peripheral joint pain, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), pelvic pain, and post-surgical pain. She is skilled in interventional procedures such as medial branch blocks, various types of epidural injections, genicular blocks, sacroiliac injections, sympathetic blocks, ultrasound-guided peripheral injections, BOTOX for migraine, and minimally invasive spinal procedures for spinal stenosis and chronic pain. Dr. Amin is also skilled in an array of interventional therapies for cancer pain, including plexus blocks.
Among her areas of expertise, Dr. Amin has a special interest in the most advanced techniques of spinal cord stimulation and offers treatment for leg pain, back pain, CRPS, peripheral neuropathy, sciatica, and continued spine pain following surgery. She is a member of North American Neuromodulation Society, Spine Intervention Society, and American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. She continues to remain at the forefront of innovative procedures and emerging technology.
Though she was born in Tennessee and raised in Pennsylvania, Dr. Amin currently resides in Cincinnati, OH. She speaks Gujarati and basic medical Spanish. Interestingly, as a professional Indian Classical Dancer, a graduate from Natya Kala Mandir Dance Academy, she enjoys sharing this ancient art form at various events. In her free time, she also enjoys cooking, traveling, scuba diving, soccer, and spending time with family and friends.