Dr. Sathya Bhandari has Joined The Interventional Pain Management Practice of Texas Pain Relief Group (TPRG)

Dr Sathya Bhandari has joined Texas Pain Relief Group at our Grapevine location. Patients can see Dr. Bhandari by scheduling an appointment at http://www.texaspainreliefgroup.com or by calling 817-369-3990.

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Dr Sathya Bhandari

We are excited in welcoming Dr. Bhandari to our Grapevine location in Dallas. Her compassionate care will serve the needs of our patients who suffered needlessly from chronic pain

Grapevine, Texas (PRWEB) February 18, 2014

Texas Pain Relief Group (TPRG) consists of Interventional Pain Management Physicians that specialize in the most innovative, effective pain relief treatments available through dedicated, compassionate care. TPRG is an affiliate of Physician Partners of America.

Dr. Bhandari started medical school as a junior at Rutgers University as one of eight students in the combined Baccalaureate and Doctorate of Medicine Program at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson. She continued her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the prestigious Mount Sinai University in New York City. Upon graduation she has worked both in the US and abroad. Dr. Bhandari chose to sub specialize in Interventional Pain Management and Electrodiagnostic Medicine at the Michigan State University College of Medicine.

She is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. With her background in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Bhandari provides care in non-surgical orthopedic medicine with the spine being her main interest. She is also experienced in treating a variety of ailments such as spasticity, dystonia, and migraine headaches with botulinum toxin therapy.

Dr. Rodolfo Gari, TPRG Medical Director, notes, “We are excited in welcoming Dr. Bhandari to our Grapevine location in Dallas. Her compassionate care will serve the needs of our patients who suffered needlessly from chronic pain.”


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