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Dr. Bhalani Speaks at Wesley Chapel Regarding Pain Management Programs

As part of Pain Awareness Month (September) and in a collaborative effort with Florida Hospital’s Healthy Happenings, Dr Maulik Bhalani speaks to a large group at the Wesley Chapel campus regarding how to properly manage pain through multiple treatment options. Dr Bhalani, Founder and President of Florida Pain Medicine, noted that “the response from the community to this event was tremendous and we appreciate the relationship we have with Florida Hospital as well as their efforts to allow us a forum to continue the dialogue to increase awareness of pain through a community service event like this. People do have legitimate options for treatment of their pain and our goal at Florida Pain Medicine is to help improve the quality of life by restoring function so our patients can relive life!”.

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