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Our 2020 New Year's Resolution from Pain Specialty Group

Happy New Year from Pain Specialty Group

We’ve made a New Year’s Resolution for 2020 and the new decade:

To bring you the most innovative and impactful solutions to help restore and maintain your health and happiness.

As you know, we are with you in your journey for pain relief and truly aim for your return to outstanding health. We have integrated many new cutting-edge therapies and effective treatments. Some innovations for you include advanced neuromodulation, minimally invasive lumbar decompression (mild), ketamine infusion therapy, advanced interventions in sacroiliac joint pain, management of vertebrogenic pain, percutaneous endoscopic discectomy, and more specialized spine and peripheral pain therapies. We will continue to work with you to determine your best individualized treatment. As always, we are sincerely committed to providing you the best care possible.

Please feel free to reach out to us for any questions or concerns at  Any personal medical information should be sent through our Digital Triage Patient Portal.  You can also click here to request an appointment online.

On behalf of the team at Pain Specialty Group, we look forward to excellent health and happiness for you and your loved ones in 2020 and this new decade.

All the best,

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


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