Second Dose, Repeat Coccyx Injection for Tailbone Pain

Tailbone Injections and Repeat Injections are Common and Reasonable for Coccyx Pain There are multiple different types of tailbone injections that are done in the treatment of coccyx pain. Common examples include: local coccyx steroid injection, ganglion Impar sympathetic nerve block with local anesthetic, nerve ablation at the coccyx to deaden/kill the nerve fibers that […]

Appreciation Award Given to Dr Patrick Foye, MD

2017 Appreciation Award Given to Dr. Patrick Foye, M.D. At this year’s graduation ceremonies for graduating residents physicians and fellows, the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School presented the Department’s “Appreciation Award” to Dr. Foye, in honor of his almost-five-years serving as Interim Chair of the Department. To come […]

Photos from 20 years ago

Photos from ~20 years ago #FBF (Flash-back Friday) with Dr. Denise Campagnolo (she was #NJMS/Kessler #PMandR Residency Director in that era). I found these today. But I’m not sure who that guy is with the thick, dark, hair. 🙂 -Dr. Foye […]

Unboxing: Tailbone Pain as Published in PM&R Clinics of North America

Unboxing a New Publication on Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain, Pelvic Pain Publishing is an important part of any career in Academic Medicine. Publishing is how we share our research, our clinical pearls, our experience and expertise. Publishing makes all of this available to other clinicians, physicians, researchers, and others who may be interested worldwide, for […]

Patrick Foye MD Reviews 21 Years at Rutgers NJMS.

Summarizing 21 Years as a Medical Doctor, Physician, Medical Educator, Clinician, at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Patrick M. Foye, M.D. is a physician in New Jersey. On the anniversary date of being 21 years on faculty at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Dr. Patrick Foye gave his off the cuff thoughts. Looking forward hopefully […]

3-D, 3-dimensional CT scan for Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain

Medical imaging studies for Tailbone Pain Medical imaging studies can be very helpful in making an accurate diagnosis in patients with coccyx pain (also called coccydynia, or tailbone pain). The most common medical imaging studies for tailbone pain include: X-rays: especially “sitting-versus-standing” x-rays to look for “dynamic instability” ( unstable joints of the coccyx). MRI: […]

Randy Foye, Patrick Foye, Newark, New Jersey

Despite my 21 years in medical practice in #Newark, props still go to #RandyFoye as Newark, NJ’s more famous Foye!

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Rutgers Article on Dr Patrick Foye and his Tailbone Pain Center

Below is an article published by Rutgers University regarding Patrick Foye, M.D., and his Tailbone Pain Center.

The original article is posted here: http://news.rutgers.edu/news/rutgers-professor-focuses-medical-practice-part-body-gets-little-respect-%E2%80%93-coccyx/20160120#.WYEY71EpASK Here is the non-formatted text: Rutgers Professor Focuses Medical Practice on a Part of the Body that Gets Little Respect – the Coccyx New Jersey Medical School’s Patrick M. […]

MRI of Pilonidal Cyst causing Tailbone Pain, Coccyx Pain

What is a Pilonidal Cyst? A pilonidal cyst is a collection of fluid and tissue, which can cause pain in the area of the sacrum and coccyx (tailbone). I recently published an online article and video discussing the symptoms and physical exam findings of Pilonidal Cyst. You can see that previous article and previous video […]

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