M - F 8:30am to 5:00pm
 
(During COVID-19, we will be closing as soon as our last patient leaves.)

7152 N. Sharon

Suite 102
Fresno, CA 93720

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Dr Salazar , is a great doctor gets to try to help you get to the point where you need to be stable and tries everything he needs to.

- Patsy Gomez

WHY US

We care for over 16000 patients a year and have seen pain of almost every type.

We use cutting-edge technology to tailor treatment for each patient. 

With 12,000 sq ft of facility size and a staff of 40, we can provide you with utmost care.

Phone  559-432-6807
Fax      559-432-6937   

                                                                                                                                                                     Disclaimer: Information and referring links provided on this website are general in content and should NOT be seen as substitute for professional medical advice. Questions or concerns over any medical conditions should be discussed with your Primary Care Provider or Pain Care Specialist.

As a condition of being a Department of Drug Enforcement (DEA) registrant, a physician who prescribes controlled substances has an obligation to take reasonable measures to prevent abuse and diversion by exercising an appropriate degree of medical supervision.

The California Medical Board emphasizes:

 


“no pathology, no prescription.”

Therefore, a physician must properly determine a legitimate medical purpose for prescribing controlled substances and formulate an effective treatment plan that maximizes function. Reasonable efforts to prevent abuse and diversion are also taken to include toxicological screening (serum/urine/buccal), opioid risk profiles, pill counts and frequent utilization of California’s Drug Monitoring Prescription Program (a report can be obtained in less than one minute). Our practice emphasizes serum toxicological testing, and we have an employee on site that coordinates these efforts including the randomization process.

 

A dedicated private waiting room (including a private phlebotomy room) exists for the comfort of our patients. Urine testing provides qualitative information as to whether the patient is taking the medication ordered. Serum (blood) testing provides data reflective of the actual amount of medication taken by a patient. Steady state analyses are performed on all prescribed agents. This information guides the prescribing effectively and may lead to compassionate counseling interactions.

Steady State for

Serum Toxicology Drug Screening

Rationale for

Serum Toxicology Drug Screening

Additional Procedures