On Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at Kres Chophouse in Orlando, Rick Nieves Ramos, MD of Central Florida Pain Relief Centers spoke on new advances in spinal cord stimulation. His talk, “Advancing Pain Management with HF10 Therapy”, highlighted how his patients have benefited from this new treatment and how he feels it is superior to other stimulator options.
Michael Creamer, DO, presented his Dedicated Poster at the AAPMR (American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) annual assembly in Orlando, Florida. The conference took place from October 25th - 28th at the Orange County Convention Center.
Tampa Pain Relief Centers is proud to announce the addition of Dr. Edward Lubin to our staff of experienced pain management specialists.
Dr. Lubin is board certified in anesthesia, pain medicine, and preventive medicine, and has been practicing medicine for more than twenty years.
In Central Florida, patients living with chronic back and leg pain are finding long-awaited relief with a remarkable treatment that provides significant pain reduction where other treatment options have failed.
Nevro's HF10® therapy, a high frequency spinal cord stimulation (SCS) system, has been designated by the FDA as superior to traditional SCS, having the highest demonstrated success rate for chronic back and leg pain. This small, minimally invasive implant reduces pain by delivering mild electrical pulses to the nerves to interrupt the transmission of pain signals to the brain.
Thanks to HF10, patients are experiencing powerful results that help them return to normal everyday activities without drugs or major surgery, and without the paresthesia (tingling sensation) often associated with traditional SCS . In Central Florida, Dr. Rick Nieves-Ramos has seen amazing outcomes in patients who suffer from chronic back and leg pain, even when those patients found little or no relief with other treatment options.
Watch (or read) what one of Dr. Ramos' patients had to say after HF10 treatment...
In Sarasota, Dr. Lance S. Cassell specializes in the treatment of patients with acute and chronic pain, and with physical impairments and disabilities secondary to both traumatic and non-traumatic causes.
One of the most common pain conditions Dr. Cassell encounters is low back pain, which affects an estimated 80% of the United States population at some point in their lives, according to the ACA.
Dr. Cassell offers patients relief from pain without need for traditional pain management methods such as back surgery or additive opioid medications, instead producing remarkable results with powerful alternative treatments.
In addition to the minimally invasive procedures provided at clinic locations in Sarasota, Dr. Cassell also provides helpful information about how to lessen back pain in our everyday lives. Here are his recommendations for steps you can begin right away to help prevent or alleviate suffering.
Pain Relief Centers is thrilled to announce that Central Florida PRC's Dr. Rick Nieves-Ramos is trained to perform the mild® procedure, a new, SAFE treatment option for patients suffering from Lumbar Spinal Stenosis (LSS). Dr. Ramos is one of the most experienced mild® providers in the Orlando region.
Mild® is a minimally invasive decompression procedure that treats the underlying cause of LSS symptoms, which include:
- Pain or numbness in the lower back when standing
- Pain, numbness or tingling in the legs or buttocks when walking
- Notable relief when bending forward at the waist, sitting or lying down
Riverside Pain Physicians is pleased to welcome three new additions to our team of pain management specialists. These newly-joining physicians bring with them decades of experience and high-level training in minimally invasive, multidisciplinary pain treatments.
At Pain Relief Centers, our mission is simple: to relieve your chronic pain and restore your quality of life. That is why it is so exciting for us to hear when we have achieved this mission.
Read or watch below as patient Gail Davis shares how Dr. Ramos and Bioness were able to help reduce her pain and return her to the tasks she loves...
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Listen as Sarasota Pain Relief Center's Dr. Diaz-Ramirez addresses pain management topics in “The Fives of Pain” radio interview series on 106.9 FM Radio's "Daily Health Check" with freelance health writer Heidi Godman.