About the Osteopathic Doctor
Igor Beneditskiy, M.D.,D.O.
is a board certified Osteopathic Family Doctor, Pain Medicine Specialist in Brooklyn, NY. He has dedicated his practice to the treatment of pain, emphasizing a non-surgical approach to acute and chronic pain with the ultimate goal of returning patients to their active lives.
Osteopathic Family Practice
The focus of his practice is dedicated to non invasive, non surgical, osteopathic therapy which involves relatively simple painless procedures of treatment with the bare hands. After excessive detailed physical examination and reviewing of old and the most recent Labs, X-ray, Ultrasound and available MRI imagings Dr. Beneditskiy very accurately and precisely applies specific for the problem technique to unblock the nerves that may be the source of pain, accelerating the healing process and helping to restore body functions.
Doctor of Osteopathy – Dr. Beneditskiy
Dr. Beneditskiy received his training and graduated from:
- Medical School: Tartu University School of Medicine, Tartu, Estonia, M.D.
- Medical School: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY, D.O.
- Internship: St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Queens, NY -Traditional Rotating Internship
- Residency: Peninsula Hospital , Queens, NY – Family Practice
The intensive study and many years of practice has led Dr. Beneditskiy to obtain a comprehensive knowledge of different pain syndromes and conditions, ranging from sports and work related injuries to the muscles, joints and bones pain of our daily lives.
Dr. Beneditskiy is a board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP).
Driven by his dedication to medicine and his specialty, Dr. Beneditskiy continually attends education seminars and conferences and keeps up to date with the latest developments in the field of Internal Medicine and Pain Management Outside of work, Dr. Beneditskiy maintains a very active lifestyle. He enjoys cycling, inline rollerblading and swimming.