Vein Institute & Pain Centers of America Announces Premier Pain Treatments

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Vein Institute & Pain (VIP) Centers of America, a respected venous disease and pain clinic network, announced a wide range of treatments now available to patients in the New York and Boca Raton areas.

“People should not have to feel like they are slaves to their chronic pain,” said Dr. Nguyen. “We are pleased to be able to provide our patients with the relief they need to enjoy their lives once again.”

Vein Institute & Pain (VIP) Centers of America, a respected venous disease and pain clinic network, announced a wide range of treatments now available to patients in the New York and Boca Raton areas.

VIP Centers of America operates on a philosophy of using the latest technologies and treatment methods to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. These methods include stem cell treatments, ultrasound mapping, radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser therapy, injectable medical-grade adhesive and many more.

“We have made it our unceasing goal to be at the cutting edge of pain relief technology,” said Dr. Michael Nguyen of the VIP Centers of America team. “These treatments are truly innovative, but the benefits to our patients go far beyond the treatments themselves and extend to the high quality of patient care we provide. We aim to provide an unsurpassed level of compassion to everyone who walks through our doors.”

Dr. Nguyen is a Harvard-trained physician with two board certifications. At the VIP Centers of America, he has built a skilled, knowledgeable team of physicians, radiologists and support staff who care about their patients.

Joining Dr. Nguyen on the VIP team is double board certified Dr. Namrata Khimani, who trained at Harvard and Columbia. Her focus is on pain management and venous medicine.

VIP staff provides concierge treatment that includes a focus on personal attention through the entire patient journey – from the very first phone call through consultations, diagnosis, treatment explanations, treatment, insurance and financing assistance, and travel and accommodations.

“People should not have to feel like they are slaves to their chronic pain,” said Dr. Nguyen. “We are pleased to be able to provide our patients with the relief they need to enjoy their lives once again.”

For more information about VIP Centers of America, visit http://www.veinsandpain.com.

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