National Pain Institute Now Offering Treatment with Board Certified Pain Doctors at All Florida Pain Clinic Locations

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The National Pain Institute now has seven locations providing comprehensive pain management with Board Certified pain doctors, and all the locations are in the Florida Pain Network.

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National Pain Institute offers Board Certified Florida pain doctors

Orlando (407) 487-2539
Winter Park (407) 505-4438
Lake Mary (407) 796-9448
Lady Lake (the Villages) (352) 505-2664
Delray Beach location (Palm Beach county) (561) 600-1046
Port St. Lucie (772) 446-1484

The best pain management doctors in Florida maintain Board Certification and/or Fellowship training to offer patients the best chance of success with pain relief. National Pain Institute now offers Board Certified pain doctors at all of its seven locations throughout the state. All of the clinics are accepting new patients at the following seven locations, including three in the Orlando area and one providing central Florida pain management (Lady Lake location approximately 20 miles southeast of Ocala, Fl).

Orlando location     (407) 487-2539
Winter Park location (407) 505-4438
Lake Mary location (407) 796-9448
Lady Lake location (the Villages) (352) 505-2664
Delray Beach location (Palm Beach county) (561) 600-1046
Port St. Lucie location (772) 446-1484
New Port Richey location (727) 490-6808

According to the Institute of Medicine report from last year, over 30% of Americans are suffering from a chronic pain condition. The recommendation from the Institute was to incorporate comprehensive pain management treatments for patients from qualified physicians to produce the best possible outcomes. National Pain Institute now offers treatment with Board Certified pain management doctors at all locations throughout Florida, including its Orlando pain clinic. The clinics accept a considerable amount of insurance plans as well.

In order to be a practicing pain management physician in America, a doctor does not necessarily have to complete a Fellowship or be Board Certified in the subspecialty. However, the field of pain management is a rapidly evolving one that is continually offering new treatments for both procedures and medications to help benefit those dealing with chronic pain. The pain doctors at National Pain Institute are Board Certified or Board Eligible in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, with some being Double Board Certified in pain management as well. The clinics such as the Port St Lucie pain management clinic incorporate both medical and interventional treatments to benefit their patients.

Achieving Board Certification in Pain Management or Physical Medicine & Rehabiliation involves extensive testing and peer review of clinical expertise.

"To put it simply, they are some of the best pain doctors in the state. They have Board Certification and offer comprehensive pain treatments, achieving remarkable outcomes. If you are dealing with acute or chronic pain in your back, neck, or extremities, you will be in the best hands at National Pain," said Florida Pain Network CEO David Greene.

The doctors accept most insurance plans including CIGNA, Aetna, United Health, Blue Cross, Worker's Compensation, and many more.

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