Ali Seckin, MD MBA

Ali I. Seckin, MD MBA
Ali I. Seckin, MD MBA

For over 17 years, Dr. Seckin has been treating and caring for his patients with one simple goal: to help them live their best possible lives, with dignity and quality.
Since obtaining his credentials and training from top medical programs at prestigious institutions like Istanbul University, Mayo Clinic, University of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey, and Columbia University-Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Seckin has established himself as a foremost practitioner and expert in pain management.

In addition to his work as a private pain practitioner, Dr. Seckin served for 14 years as Vice Chair of Pain and Palliative Medicine at the Hackensack University Medical Center, one of the top 50 hospitals in the U.S., where he built a pain medicine practice with the highest quality measures and undertook high risk pain/surgical cases. He also serves as an expert consultant for public institutions such as the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners and Attorney General’s Office on compliance
and regulatory matters related to medical practitioners. Dr. Seckin is Board Certified in
Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Dr. Seckin has been consistently named a “Top Doctor in Pain Medicine” since 2015. His
patient profile includes patients aged 15 to 100 years old, suffering from a wide range of pain
conditions. Dr. Seckin’s successes in treating nerve pain and arthritis-related back, neck, and
joint pain has been recited in many publications. His main focus on “non-opioid based pain
treatments” (e.g. injection therapies/epidural injections, knee and hip nerve blocks,
radiofrequency ablations, spinal cord stimulators and other advanced pain therapies) has saved
many lives, and continues to be the main reason for referrals from his peers and patients.

It is never too late to discuss your options in pain management with a qualified expert. Your
quality-of-life drives everything we do. Contact us today to begin your road to recovery.