Dr. Nimish Mittal

Dr. Nimish Mittal

Pain Medicine

About Dr. Nimish Mittal

“Dr. Nimish Mittal is an Assistant Professor at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and holds a cross-appointment in the Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Medicine and the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. He holds a Master’s in Health Research Methodology. He obtained his medical degree from Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai, and completed his MD in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from Sawai Man Singh Medical College and Associated Hospitals, Jaipur. He further completed his MSc in Health Research Methodology, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, Faculty of Health Sciences from McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Mittal is the Medical Lead of Good Hope Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Rare Disease Program, Toronto General Hospital and i,s also working as Medical Advisor, OOC Prior Approval Program, Health Quality Ontario, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Ontario, Canada. He completed three different fellowships in various aspects of pain management and has completed a Master’s in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University. Dr. Mittal has a special interest in the development of treatment pathways and models of care for multisystemic issues in hypermobility-related complex connective tissue disorders.

His other clinical and research interests include comprehensive multimodal pain management, including image-guided injections. He has published several articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals and has been felicitated with numerous awards and was nominated for Electrode Store Best Paper Award – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2014. In order to spread awareness, he has created a website focused on patients where articles and research updates about Ehlers Danlos Syndrome are uploaded, making it simpler for people to identify symptoms. Additionally, he started the ECHO program, which attempts to educate general practitioners so they may help patients with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome even if they are unable to travel to a clinic. His long-term objective is to offer the finest evidence-based treatments for various other tissue-related problems

Dr. Nimish claims he is aware of the amount of work ahead of him but believes he can accomplish it by concentrating on his strengths rather than his weaknesses.”