Port St Lucie, FL (PRWEB) April 28, 2012
Port St Lucie pain clinic National Pain Institute has joined the Florida Pain Network as one of the featured Port St Lucie pain management. The clinic is accepting new patients and for appointments call (772) 446-1484.
Services at National Pain Institute's pain management clinic in Port St Lucie include medication management and interventional pain management services with Board Certified doctors. The Florida pain clinic accepts a considerable amount of health insurances including BCBS, Aetna, United, Medicare, Cigna, and many others.
According to last year's report from the Institute of Medicine, over one third of America is suffering from pain. The cost to the US is over $550 billion dollars every year according to the report, which is a staggering number. Pain clinics in Port St Lucie such as National Pain Institute provide substantial expertise to suffering people with comprehensive services.
“The Florida Pain Network is proud to announce the inclusion of National Pain Institute in Port St Lucie in our directory listings of pain management,” said Network CEO David Greene. He added, “Let’s face it - life is just too short to be disabled with pain. The Board Certified pain doctors and staff at National Pain Institute have devoted their lives to reducing pain, and we are ecstatic to have them as part of the Network.”
The Florida Pain Network connects those in pain with Florida Pain Clinics. The connection allows individuals in pain to find pain management clinics, chiropractic and physical therapy clinics, and eliminates the hassle of having to research them all individually. Listings with specific information are provided right on Floridapainnetwork.com. The listings are geographically targeted so the closest ones will show up first, making it extremely convenient for those in pain.
In addition, the website has a significant amount of education as well including specific sections on Spinal Decompression Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic education, Pain Management Procedures, Tens Unit FAQ’s, Physical Therapy, Massage, Manipulation Under Anesthesia, an active Blog, and more.