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A Special Holiday Wish from Pain Specialty Group


A Special Holiday Wish from Pain Specialty Group


On behalf of the team at Pain Specialty Group, we wish you and your family a very special holiday and Happy New Year!

We understand that pain relief is a journey and we truly strive for your return to health and happiness. We are continually committed to providing you the best care possible.

We hope you enjoy the season’s festivities with your family and loved ones. Please feel free to reach out to us during this holiday season for any questions or concerns at info@painspecialtygroup.com.  Any personal medical information should be sent through our Digital Triage Patient Portal.  You can also click here to request an appointment online.

We look forward to an amazing new year with excellent health for you and your loved ones in 2020.


Sincerely Yours,

Manuel G. Sanchez, MD
Anh L. Ngo, MD MBA
Ashley E. Phipps, APRN

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