Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Texas Pain Relief Group (TPRG) has expanded its rapidly growing interventional pain management clinics in the DFW Metroplex area. Interventional Pain Management specialist Dr. Alik Saidov has joined the Arlington location of Texas Pain Relief Group.
Dr. Saidov is a board-certified physician specializing in Anesthesiology and Pain Management. As a senior staff physician at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, he employed a variety of interventional procedures and medical management techniques for acute and chronic pain, which included spinal cord/peripheral nerve stimulation, intrathecal drug delivery therapy, and kyphoplasty/vertebroplasty.
A graduate of the Second Tashkent State Medical Institute in Uzbekistan, Dr. Saidov furthered his studies at Henry Ford Hospital where he was honored as “Resident of the Year” in 2010. He was also awarded the title of “Top Pain Management Physician” in 2012 by Hour Detroit magazine and has been recognized for his achievements in scientific research. A member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Dr. Saidov has given back to the medical community by serving as an instructor at both the College of Career Training and the United Medical Institute in Sacramento, California
TPRG Medical Director, Dr. Rodolfo Gari, commented, “We are honored to have Dr. Saidov join our Interventional Pain Management practice. Our patients in the DFW Metroplex will benefit from the addition of Dr. Saidov. Our network of doctors is among the most highly qualified in interventional pain management. There is no pain that our doctors cannot relieve, even the most difficult and persistent. We welcome complicated cases, and Dr. Saidov adds to the comprehensive treatment options that we offer our patients”
Founded on a strong culture of patient-centered medicine, Texas Pain Relief Group physicians lead with the highest ethical standards. Dr. Saidov is yet another example of such standards. He continued, “We do not run ‘pill mills;’ in fact, we are just the opposite. Our doctors assist medication-addicted patients in finding strategies to reduce dependence on narcotics. We don’t just treat the pain; we also treat the person. We embrace their family and their caregivers, who also suffer because of the pain.”
TPRG welcomes new patients. Appointments can be made by contacting http://www.texaspainreliefgroup.com or calling 855-549-7246(PAIN) or 817-369-3990. Operators will assist patients in finding the closest clinic with a specialist who can best meet their needs. Most insurances are accepted.