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Sachin Bansal, MD

Sachin K. Bansal, MD

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  • Rush Copley
  • Castle




  • Pain Medicine/Pain Management
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Areas of Interest

Interventional Spine Pain Management Physicial Medicine and Rehabilitation Low back pain Neck pain Myofascial pain Hip and Knee pain Interventional (injection based) management of disorders of the spine Facet joint injections Radiofrequency Ablations


  • Rush Castle Orthopaedics



Washington University, St. Louis, Economics, Biology

Medical School

Saint Louis University School of Medicine


Washington University, St. Louis School of Medicine


Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Chief Fellow: Spine Medicine

Board Certifications

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

American Board of Pain Medicine

Recent Publications

  • “A role for functional classification in the early identification of prognostic factors in ALS,” Amy C. Rauchway, KittiKaiboriboon, Sachin K. Bansal, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, 2007 Aug;8(4):214-6.
  • Food as a Time Cue in the Vertebrate Circadian Clock. Bansal, Sachin. Journal of Young Investigators, Issue 4, 2004.
  • The Second Annual Rehabilitation Research Day: A Research Seminar to Increase the Awareness of New Advances in Rehabilitation Research and Interventions for Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, and Parkinson’s. “The Free Water Protocol: A Presentation of Recent Advances as Well as an Outline of Our Current Randomized Control trial,” Sachin K. Bansal, M.D., Vijay Katukuri, M.D., Jaque Livingston, SLP Saturday, October 16, 2010,1:15-1:45 p.m.
  • May 23, 2013 Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute Research Day Symposium “Lumbosacral DiscHerniation Causing Psychosocial Stress,” by Sachin Bansal, M.D., Kush Goyal, M.D., and Eric Kano Mayer, M.D. The research content of the poster demonstrates that lumbar epidural steroid injections in patients with lumbosacral disc herniation show an improvement in PHQ-9 scores, indicated improvement in levels of depression.’’
  • SUBMISSION TO SPINE, PENDING ACCEPTANCE:  Membrane Stabilizing Agents Improve Quality ofLife Outcomes for Patients with Lumbar stenosis.  Sachin Bansal, M.D.1; Daniel Lubelski, BA1, 2;Nicolas Thompson, MA3; Daniel J. Mazanec, MD1, 2; Edward C. Benzel, MD1,2; Tagreed Khalaf, MD1, 2,*

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