Dr. John Kevyn Otero - Providing Pain Relief Treatment for Tampa PRC Patients since 2008

[fa icon="calendar"] Feb 8, 2018 5:19:18 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers

Florida Pain Relief Centers

Dr. John Kevyn Otero

Dr. John Kevyn Otero emphasizes a comprehensive therapeutic approach toward pain medicine, utilizing interdisciplinary treatment and multi-modal therapies to determine the most effective methods to relieve pain for Tampa Pain Relief Centers patients.

For the treatment of chronic pain, Dr. Otero’s practice includes the use of:

  • Minimally-invasive procedures
  • Physical therapeutic modalities
  • Medication management

His areas of special interest and focus include the interaction between emotional and cognitive states with attendant behavioral changes and pain.

Dr. Otero joined Tampa Pain Relief Centers’ Hillsborough practice in 2008, specializing in pain medicine. His diverse training includes:

  • Board certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Board certification in pain medicine
  • Undergraduate degree from the University of San Francisco
  • Doctorate from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb.

Dr. Otero completed his internship at the University of South Florida before embarking on a residency in psychiatry at USF. Upon completing his residency, Dr. Otero was accepted into a pain fellowship, sponsored by the Department of Neurology at USF. Afterward, he was received by the department of anesthesia at USF for a fellowship in interventional pain medicine.

When it comes to understanding individual patients’ needs and providing the best possible outcomes for restoring quality of life, Dr. Otero’s comprehensive training and experience are invaluable assets at Tampa Pain Relief Centers.

Are you tired of living with chronic pain?

If you want more information on options for minimizing or eliminating your suffering, call Tampa Pain Relief Centers today at 813-872-4492 to schedule a consultation, or click the button below to set up a consultation online for one of our clinics.



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