"Pain may be common, but you don’t have to live with it."
Relieving pain is not about just taking pills but involves physical, behavioral, and psychological therapies for the best results. The goal of pain management is exactly what is says: to manage pain.
No one can always be without pain, but by using all the tools available, a pain management clinic near me hopes to reduce the pain (and pain perception) to a level that allows you to take part in the activities you enjoy.
Pain Management Physicians Near Me
Pain management physicians near me are specialists with a high level of training in the diagnosis and treatment of different types of pain.
They have usually completed 4 years of medical school, 4 years of residency, and 1 year of pain management fellowship before they can treat your pain. Frequently, they will attend conferences and seminars that teach the latest innovations in pain treatments as the field of pain management evolves in complexity.
California Advanced Pain & Spine Specialists take a multi-modal approach to treating pain. Whether it is with simple injections, more advanced technologies (spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal pumps, peripheral nerve stimulation), medications, psychotherapy, or various combinations of all of the above, our pain specialists near me will develop a treatment plan for your pain.
Everyone’s pain is different. We will take care of you and do everything possible to get you back to enjoying your life.
Robert G. Salazar
Dr. Salazar was born and raised in Corcoran, California. He is the sixth of eight children born in a Spanish-speaking farmworker family. This instilled work ethic at an early age.
He graduated from Stanford with a degree in Human Biology and received his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Southern California in 1979.
The following year, Dr. Salazar completed an internship at Los Angeles County – USC Medical Center in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Abdollahi-Fard enjoys an active lifestyle reaching back to his participation in high school basketball and volleyball teams, his membership to the UCLA Ski and Snowboard Team during college. As a result, he has had his share of injuries and knows firsthand the frustration of chronic pain. He has always strived to show special empathy towards patients who are often allowed very little respite from their debilitating symptoms.
Dr. Abdollahi-Fard sees pain as the only chronic medical condition where the patient