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The Texas Pain Relief Group (TPRG) and Physicians Partners of America (PPOA) Announce the Opening of Clinics in Plano and Hurst
Date:1/7/2014

(PRWEB) January 07, 2014

The Texas Pain Relief Group (TPRG) and Physicians Partners of America (PPOA) announce the opening of clinics in Plano and Hurst, with additional locations soon to be announced.

Rodolfo Gari MD, Medical Director and owner of TPRG, and David Wood, CEO of PPOA, made the announcement, while explaining the vision of the fast growing business, “Chronic pain, defined as persistent pain lasting more than six months, is experienced by one in three Americans. It is virtually an epidemic. Our company is dedicated to providing compassionate, ethical care in a high quality service environment, using the most advanced techniques and training. Unlike many stand-alone clinics, our organization has technically skilled professionals, including those at corporate headquarters in Tampa, who can provide the resources many smaller clinics cannot. For example, we provide local physicians with consultation in the most difficult cases, as well as workers comp case managers to assist in the rehabilitation and back to work of injured workers. We also take care of patients that others might shy away from, such as patients injured from an accident that might be involved in a legal case.”

All physicians at the Texas Pain Relief Group are not only carefully screened for accredited medical certifications, but have also received rigorous and prestigious post-medical school training in the treatment of pain.

Dr. Gari, with over 25 years of medical experience in pain management, commented, “Often, we see patients whose lives have been destroyed through an injury or disease not of their making, only to be further victimized by inadequate treatment. Many treatments needlessly lead to debilitation and even drug addiction. A more assertive treatment, such as implantable pain devices, complex nerve blocks or working closely with physical therapists, does not lead to tragedy. Patients who come to our company expe
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