An increasing percentage of everyday Americans are becoming addicted to prescription drugs instead of visiting a pain management surgeon, it’s a fact. Hard working people just like you and me, who hold down a job, have a family and try their best to lead a normal life, are turning to this form of treatment to combat the effects of their acute pain instead of a simple visit to a pain management surgeon. Many of these drugs are opioid based, a psychoactive chemical that works by binding to opioid receptors, located principally in the central, peripheral nervous system, and the gastrointestinal tract, which a visit to a pain management surgeon would avoid. Although they are proven to act as strong analgesics, they do not provide complete analgesia, and the result is the prescription of ever more potent doses to alleviate the pain and any pain management surgeon does not recommend this. Adverse effects are often reported, especially during the commencement of the treatment or changes in dosage, and when used for prolonged periods it is proven that the human body develops a tolerance to the drugs, which can lead to a chemical dependency and resultant addiction. All of this could be avoided, by simply contacting a pain management surgeon.
The pharmaceutical industry is making billions of dollars each and every year feeding this dependence, educating doctors and publishing articles in medical journals to convince and reassure acute pain sufferers that this is, apart from risky, invasive surgical procedures, was the best acute pain treatment available to them.
Up until very recently this was considered the best treatment acute pain, but opinions are changing. More effective, less invasive forms of pain treatment are now readily available through a pain management surgeon, although some major corporations, primarily within the drug industry, are fighting to keep them from the public domain.
Pain management is a relatively new concept within the medical field, and pain management surgeon Doctor Vengurlekar, of the Premier Pain Institute in Scottsdale Arizona is leading the field. Pain management surgeon, Doctor Vengurlekar, who trained initially as a cardiac surgeon, is now a world authority on the subject of minimally invasive pain control procedures and acute pain management. By directing the treatment to the source, and without forcing the patient to endure a risky, invasive operation, or subjecting them to a cocktail of mind numbing drugs, Doctor Vengurlekar, a Board Certified Interventional pain management surgeon is able to assist acute pain sufferers, in a short time, with a minimum of risk.
Under a local anesthetic, pain management surgeon, Doctor Vengurlekar treats the pain locally, at source, and as the procedure is minimally invasive, patients are usually allowed to return home after a short period of observation from his highly trained staff, and most report feeling the positive effects of the treatment as soon as they stand to leave.
Pain management surgeon Doctor Vengurlekar, of the Premier Pain Institute in Scottsdale Arizona, is the man that the big players within the drug industry want to keep down His acute pain treatment not only avoids the use, of ever increasing quantities of highly addictive, opium based drugs, it gives almost immediate relief without the risk of side effects, dependency or addiction.
The science of acute pain treatment reaches new levels, and pain management surgeon Doctor Vengurlekar and his dedicated team of professionals are leading the way.
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Premier Pain Institute
Scottsdale Interventional Pain Center ,
10200 N. 92nd St, Suite #200 Medical Plaza 4,
Tel: (480) 314-2288
Fax: (480) 314-1113
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8am - 5pm, Fri: 8am -1pm