Advanced Pain Medicine merges with Commonwealth Pain & Spine — 3 insights

Lexington, Ky.-based Advanced Pain Medicine is merging with Louisville, Ky.-based Commonwealth Pain & Spine.

Here's what you should know:

1. The merger comes after Advanced Pain Medicine's Saroj Dubal, MD, announced her retirement.

2. Going forward, Advanced Pain Medicine will become a member of Commonwealth Pain & Spine. CPS has seven locations and 30 providers throughout Kentucky.

3. David Bosomworth, MD, and Brandon Gish, MD, will take over the former Advanced Pain Medicine practice in Lexington, which will assume the Commonwealth Pain & Spine moniker.

CPS Managing Partner Kyle Young, MD, said in a release, "Commonwealth Pain & Spine is excited to bring their passion for serving patients, their well-rounded comprehensive approach to managing chronic pain and a message of opioid awareness rooted in a desire to fight prescription medication abuse to the Lexington community."

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