Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
Dr. Vargas’ newly certified achievement demonstrates increased knowledge, experience and competency in the respective field of pain medicine and will join alongside certifications currently held in both Addiction Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. ”Obtaining board certifications in Pain Management, Addiction Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation allow me to treat complex medical pain sufferers with the highest standards of care in each specialty,” said Dr. Vargas. Having the ability to “tackle patient’s problems from multiple points of view,” is imperative to the continuity of quality medical care provided by physicians.
According to abpm.org, the official website of the American Board of Pain Medicine, Diplomates are evaluated and selected annually following a thorough credentialing process which includes a written “psychometrically developed and practice-related examination in the field of pain medicine.” A passing score is set by a national panel of expert representatives in the field of pain medicine and is based on an expected level of knowledge and expertise with the goal of improving patient care.