Annapolis, Maryland (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
Kure Pain Management, the Mid-Atlantic’s leading authority on pain management, is pleased to announce the addition of double board certified physician, Christina M. Abraham, MD. Dr. Abraham recently completed her fellowship in Pain Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center/Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York.
Dr. Christina M. Abraham earned her medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, AZ. During her residency, she was honored with the Spirit of Carol Award, which goes to the University of Rochester Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation resident who demonstrates humanistic qualities towards patients, families and staff.
“Dr. Abraham comes to Kure with a tremendous amount of compassion for pain patients,” says Margaret Rose Evans, Director of Marketing/Sales for KURE Pain Management. “Compassion is one of the most important qualities that a pain management doctor can possess. Dr. Abraham takes the time to listen to her patients so that she can understand how the pain is affecting their lives. She identifies the sources of pain and creates personalized treatment plans that improve their quality of life.”
Kure Pain Management was founded in 2003 by Paul W. Davies, MD. Dr. Davies has worked hard over the years to cultivate a talented, highly trained team of doctors, physical therapists and other specialists. Today, Kure Pain Management has eight locations throughout Maryland as well as a Physical Therapy center in Annapolis.
“As pain management continues to expand in the field of healthcare, Kure Pain Management is staying on the forefront by recruiting leading pain management specialists from around the country to join our staff and keep up with the demand,” says Evans.
For more information about Kure Pain Management, visit http://www.KUREpain.com