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Digital Visit - Telemedicine Pain Clinic


Our Dearest Patients,

The health and well-being of our patients is our top priority, now and always. In response to the coronavirus pandemic and the guidance provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, we have decided to institute measures to help keep patients safe while continuing to provide excellent patient care via telemedicine. With Digital Visit, patients will need to simply have an email address and a smartphone, iPad / tablet, or computer with camera and speakers (i.e. laptop). We recommend to download our telemedicine application for better conferencing quality prior to your visit. Don’t worry if you do not have these items as we will also work with you to continue care.

We will also be delaying many scheduled non-urgent elective procedures. As health care professionals, we believe we have a role to play in “flattening the curve” in order to follow sound, scientific public health advice to help limit infections and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Please understand we did not make this decision lightly and we are doing our best to ensure your health and safety.

Should you require urgent pain management interventions during this time, please contact the office as you normally would at (603) 778-9921.  For new patients, please contact our office or request to schedule an appointment here.

We will continue to evaluate the situation as it evolves and if any further changes need to be made, we will be in contact with you.

Please stay safe and healthy.

All the best,

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


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