We are excited to announce the launch of our newly redeveloped website
While designing the new website, we worked hard to create a place where you, your loved ones and those suffering from chronic and acute pain can go to easily learn about services that can vastly improve quality of life.
Designed with patient experience in mind, we want to provide a convenient way to educate and inform our visitors on pain management and resources that can help you get back to living a full, pain-free life.
The improved navigation allows you to easily find helpful information about the state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services we provide.
And check out our new blog!
If you are reading this, you have found your way to our new blog (this is our very first blog post!). In an effort keep our readers in the know, we’ll continually be posting articles of general interest as well as those discussing specific conditions and treatments options.
As we continue to build our blog, we will also be sharing patient stories, the latest news and research and much more.
Be sure to join our newsletter so you will be up to date on the very latest pain management resources.
We’re now responsive!
The new website is fully responsive, making it easy to view and navigate across a wide ranges of devices, from desktop computer to mobile phones, and everything in between.
Let us know what you think…
We value your thoughts and would love to know what you think of our new website!
Please take some time to look around and let us know if you can’t find something or would like to make any suggestions.
You can leave your comments below,
Thanks for stopping by!
Dr. Vahedifar's pain management strategies integrate cutting-edge medical technology with targeted interventions to minimize pain and treat pain’s underlying causes.
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