Florida Pain Medicine is a rotation site and teaching facility for USF Health ACGME Pain Medicine Fellowship and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency.

Florida Pain Medicine

Pain Management Physicians located in Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Brandon , Riverview, Port Orange, Ormond Beach & Tampa FL

                   

Restore Function, Relive Life

 
 
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About Florida Pain Medicine

Restore Function & Relive Life", Florida Pain Medicine combines cutting-edge technology with a holistic approach to patient health, helping those suffering from pain return to the activities they love. Florida Pain Medicine has locations in Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Brandon, Riverview, Tampa, Port Orange, and Ormond Beach, Florida.

The experts at Florida Pain Medicine understand that comprehensive treatment isn't just about alleviating pain, it's about helping patients regain control of their lives. Whether a patient's pain is the result of a sudden injury or a long-term chronic condition, the Florida Pain Medicine specialists use a multi-disciplinary approach to create a personalized path to decreased pain and a greater quality of life.

Florida Pain Medicine provides the latest in technological advances to relieve pain associated with bone, muscle, nerve damage, and any other painful illnesses including cancer-related pain - improving your quality of life. We perform a variety of procedures at the hospital and ambulatory surgery centers as needed, required by insurance, or by patient choice.

We also offer state of the art interventional pain procedures, which are performed in the office. Through these treatments, Florida Pain Medicine strives to help patients reduce costs and decrease the need for long-term pain medications.

Florida Pain Medicine accepts most types of insurance. If you're ready to "Restore Function & Relive Life", call today or book your appointment online.

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Maulik Bhalani, M.D.

Board Certified, Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation