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What You Should Consider When Looking for the Ideal Pain Practice and Pain Providers

If you’re in pain, you’re not alone. As many as 40% of Americans experience chronic pain, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As you might imagine, people who are in pain have a lower quality of life than those without pain, and they’re more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety.

Seeing a pain management specialist can often provide relief. But if you suffer from chronic pain, you may not know how to choose a qualified provider.

Here are some considerations to keep in mind while seeking a medical expert who can help you with your pain.

Training and expertise

Choosing a provider with extensive experience is the most important consideration when selecting a pain management expert. Although different types of providers may offer pain-relief services, patients have the best outcomes when their providers have pain-specific training and experience.

Here at Pain Specialty Group, LLC, in Newington, New Hampshire, our senior providers, Dr. Anh Ngo and Dr. Manuel Sanchez, have the expertise needed for successful pain management.

Dr. Ngo and Dr. Sanchez are both board-certified experts in anesthesiology and pain management. 

Known as experts in their field, they have many years of experience. And they work with a highly trained team that is dedicated to providing their patients with the best possible results.

Empathy and compassion

Here at Pain Specialty Group, we realize that many people with chronic pain feel disheartened. We welcome all of our patients with empathy, compassion, and understanding. We recognize how debilitating chronic pain can be, and we consider it an honor to offer you the most advanced pain management techniques available.

Our core values as pain management specialists are reflected in the way we listen to you, communicate with you, and show you the utmost respect in every interaction.

An extensive range of advanced treatments

Some of the many advanced procedures we offer at Pain Specialty Group include:

A multidisciplinary, holistic approach

We provide you with a full range of the most advanced, proven, evidence-based methods for pain management. Our approach is multidisciplinary, which means we draw on expertise from various specialties, including pain psychology and physical therapy.

In addition to traditional medical treatments, we offer innovative therapies and holistic wellness approaches. We customize every patient’s treatment plan using a whole-body, whole-mind viewpoint.

Treatment for a wide variety of pain conditions

Our team treats a full range of conditions, including:

Whether your pain is the result of an accident, a medical condition, or an injury, we stand ready to help.

Don’t wait any longer for expert pain relief

The caring, experienced pain management specialists at Pain Specialty Group can help you feel better. Call us at our recently opened clinic in Newington, New Hampshire, at 603-319-1151, or click here to request an appointment online.

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