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 Upgrades to New 3,000 Square Foot Facility in Brandon, FL

Florida Pain Medicine is excited to announce the opening of its newest location in Brandon, Florida. The 3,000 square foot facility is located at 426 W. Brandon Boulevard and boasts six patient exam rooms, along with a full-sized, state-of-the-art procedure suite.

“We feel this move will serve to continue our mission of providing exceptional care from the moment a patient walks through our doors. Florida Pain Medicine offers the latest technological advances to relieve pain, and it is always our goal to treat our patients through a multi-modal approach while also offering the most cost effective means to attain care. This new facility allows us to do just that,” said Dr. Bhalani, the Founder and CEO of Florida Pain Medicine.

“This is just another example of us putting our resources back into our patients, to make sure we continue to offer the most complete and comprehensive pain care in the market. In addition to our exceptional facilities, the employees of Florida Pain Medicine continue to set the bar high when it comes to the standard of care, as our patients truly deserve it. Dr. Bhalani, Dr. Jassal, Dr. Patel and Dr. Epting, along with Janeen Van Someren, ARNP and Melissa Hardin, PA-C have done an outstanding job upholding this lofty standard,” said Durwood Thompson, Vice President of Operations at Florida Pain Medicine.

Patients are being seen at the new Brandon office beginning Wednesday, March 8th, 2017. Florida Pain Medicine also maintains locations in Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills.

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