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What To Do When Suffering From Everyday Pain

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What To Do When Suffering From Everyday Pain

Maybe you are having difficulty getting back to your everyday life after suffering a debilitating stroke. Or you may be experiencing muscle spasticity or joint pain that isn’t allowing you to participate in activities with your loved ones that you have always enjoyed. If this sounds like you, then you just might benefit from a visit to Central Florida Pain Relief Centers.

With four locations around Central Florida, new patients find relief quickly since they are able to see a physician within one week of making an appointment. During the initial appointment, a physician will take the patient’s medical history and perform a full examination to determine the cause of the pain before developing a treatment plan that is tailored to his or her specific needs. This individualized care allows patients to better manage their pain. Dr. Michael Creamer of the downtown Orlando location describes the typical patient as,“someone who has a disability or impairment that limits them from participating in their daily activities – an individual who wants to be able to interact in society to a greater degree.”

What sets Central Florida Pain Relief Centers apart isn’t just the quality interventional pain management that is provided by trusted physicians, the promptness in setting appointments, or the nurturing manner in which patients are treated. It’s the fact that the practice can care for all of a patient’s needs under one roof, no matter the ailment. And with five physicians assigned to a specific location, you will always be able to see the same physician who already knows the ins and outs of your medical history and treatment plan.

Each physician, physician’s assistant and nurse practitioner at Central Florida Pain Relief Centers is committed to their patients for the long haul. “We are going to assist in their care for many years,” Dr. Creamer says. “We take on any patient knowing that it is going to be a long-term relationship.”

Recently, Central Florida Pain Relief Centers welcomed Dr. Nilusha Fernando, the newest at the downtown Orlando practice, to its staff. She is a fellowship trained, interventional pain physician who is double board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as the subspecialty of pain medicine. Even more, the downtown Orlando office is currently undergoing major upgrades to better accommodate its patients.

Whether you’re living with minor aches or are suffering from chronic pain, Central Florida Pain Relief Centers is committed to offering quality comprehensive care that will get you back to a normal lifestyle.

CENTRAL FLORIDA PAIN RELIEF CENTERS 683 Douglas Avenue, #101 Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714 | 407-478-1510 | centralfloridapainrelief.com

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Lyndsay Fogarty Lyndsay Fogarty has had many roles at Central Florida Lifestyle, working her way from intern to contributing writer to managing editor. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of Communication where she earned her degree in journalism. Along the way, she has learned that teamwork and dedication to your craft will get you far, and a positive outlook on the present will get you even farther.

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