• Dr. Javid Baksh joins St. Luke's Hospital in Ohio: 5 things to know

    Javid Baksh, MD, is joining St. Luke's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, to begin offering pain management treatments.
  • How to protect against losing assets in a divorce

    As authors of books on wealth protection for physicians since the 1990s, we have been asked hundreds of times by doctors about protecting assets in a divorce.
  • Six steps to reduce taxes on investments

    Physicians in the highest income tax brackets, including pain specialists, may have been presented with an unpleasant surprise in the last two years when they learned of their investment tax liability.
  • What do you really know about your investment advisor? Avoid choosing the wrong firm for you

    Over the last few years, many physicians, including pain specialists, have re-examined not only their investment assumptions, but also their relationships with investment advisory professionals.
  • Pain physicians - Beware of your CPA's advice on asset protection: The advice you get may be inaccurate

    When we take on a new physician client, including a pain medicine specialist, we often find that they have received little advice or direction from their CPAs in the area of asset protection. As a CPA with over 20 years of experience and an attorney lecturer to CPA groups nationwide, we are surprised by how little attention this area of financial planning is given. Ask yourself: has your CPA helped you shield your assets from unnecessary exposure? The answer is usually “no.”
  • How to prevail over back pain caused by spinal stenosis?

    Spinal stenosis is a condition that occurs when the small spinal canal, which contains the nerve roots and spinal cord, becomes compressed.
  • How to get instantaneous pain relief caused due to Sciatica

    Sciatica is the pain caused in the lower extremity resulting from irritation of the sciatic nerve.
  • New Treatment for PTSD? Encouraging Results From Stellate Ganglion Block Study

    Epidemiologist Dr. Maryam Navaie led a study recently published in the Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research showing how local anesthetics can help rapidly improve persistent symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • The Biggest Trends in Interventional Pain Management From Dr. Scott Glaser

    Scott Glaser, MD, co-founder and president of the Pain Specialists of Greater Chicago, shares his views on several of the trends shaping the present and future of the interventional pain management field.
  • Biggest Trends in Pain Management: What's Ahead in 2014?

    Interventional pain management physicians Glenn M. Lipton, MD, with DISC Sports & Spine Center in Marina del Rey, Calif.; Lowell Davis, DO, DABPM, medical director of South Florida Interventional Pain & Wellness Institute in Miramar and Christopher Centeno, MD, managing director of Centeno-Schultz Clinic in Broomfield, Colo., share thoughts on the big trends in pain management that are shaping the future of the field.
  • 5 Tips for Treating Chronic Pain Patients

    In a KevinMD blog post, David Hanscom, MD, an orthopedic spine surgeon and author of "Back in Control: A Spine Surgeon's Roadmap out of Chronic Pain," lays out tips for treating patients suffering from chronic pain.
  • 5 Regional Market Strategies for Pain Management ASCs

    At the 20th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference in Chicago on Oct. 24, Stephen Rosenbaum, CEO of Interventional Management Services, and Robin Fowler, MD, chairman and medical director of interventional services at IMS, discussed five key strategies for how pain management ASCs can succeed in their respective markets.
  • Prospira PainCare Acquires Neuro Pain Consultants

    Mountain View, Calif.-based Prospira PainCare, a provider of multidisciplinary pain management services, announced the acquisition of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based Neuro Pain Consultants.
  • Ameritox Re-Accredited by College of American Pathologists

    Ameritox, a pain medication monitoring solutions company that offering specialized laboratory testing and reporting services, has been accredited by the Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists for a second time, according to a Herald Online report.
  • Global Pain Management Devices Market to Reach $5B by 2018

    The global pain management devices market, which was valued at USD $2 billion in 2011, is expected to grow to reach a market of USD $5 billion by 2018, according to a report by Transparency Market Research.
  • Community Health Center Expands Pain Management Resources to Delaware Through Telehealth Program

    Middletown, Conn.-based Community Health Center announced that primary care providers from Wilmington, Del.-based Westside Family Healthcare, a network of community health centers, are now participating in CHC's weekly Project ECHO pain management program.
  • PinnacleHealth Pain Management Center Opens Second Location

    PinnacleHealth Pain Management Center in Harrisburg, Pa., has opened a second location in the Fredricksen Outpatient Center in Mechanicsburg, Pa., according to a report by The Sentinel.
  • Dr. David Tonkin Moves Pain Management Office to Carthage in Missouri

    David Tonkin, MD, a pain management specialist, has moved his primary office location to Mercy McCune-Brooks Hospital in Carthage, Mo., according to a KOAM 7 report.
  • Florida's Lake County to Once Again Extend Ban on Pain Clinics

    Lake County officials voted to extend a temporary ban on new pain management clinics for another year, according to an Orlando Sentinel report.
  • Spine Pain Management Launches Marketing Program for Case Development Transparency System

    Spine Pain Management launched the second revenue source through "outside" commercial sales of its internally developed Quad Video Halo System.

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