Hannah Huskic, APRN earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Nursing from SUNY Upstate College of Nursing. She is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and maintains membership with Connecticut Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Society and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Prior to joining ISSM in January 2013, she worked as a Registered nurse at Upstate University Hospital in a cardiac specialty. Hannah is passionate in providing comprehensive and holistic care to find the best treatment plan for each individual.
She works collaboratively with Dr. Patel in diagnosing/treating acute and chronic pain conditions as well as providing patient-centered care focused on eliminating pain and restoring function. Her treatment focus emphasizes on utilizing multimodal approach, which include pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain therapies.
Spine & Sports Medicine
Spinal Injection Therapy
Ultrasound Guided Joint Injections
Platelet Rich Plasma “PRP” Injection Therapy
BOTOX Injections for Migraine Headaches
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
Nurse practitioners are advanced practice nurses who provide high-quality healthcare services. As clinicians that blend clinical expertise in diagnosing and treating health conditions with an added emphasis on disease prevention and health management, NPs bring a comprehensive perspective to health care. They have a unique approach and stress both care and cure. They help patients make wise health and lifestyle choices. They are truly your partners in Health.
Nurse practitioners have graduate, advanced education and clinical training beyond their registered nurse preparation. Most have master’s degrees and many have doctorates. From treating illness to advising patients on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, NPs provide a full range of services. Patients who see NPs report an extremely high level of satisfaction with the care they receive.
Among the many services that NPs provide, they:
Order, perform and interpret diagnostic tests such as lab work and x-rays
Diagnose and treat acute and chronic conditions
Prescribe medications and other treatments
Manage patients’ overall care
Spend time counseling patients
Help patients learn how their actions affect their health and well-being