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A Doctor’s Prescription-free Approach to Pain Management

Most doctors prescribe opioids as treatment for chronic pain. But staggering numbers of opioid-dependent users around the globe have at least one doctor rethinking his methods for pain management.

Meet Dr. Nomen Azeem.

Pain does not discriminate regardless of age, gender, race, or activity level. I understand that pain can affect a person physically, emotionally, and socially with at times debilitating effects that are often overlooked or misunderstood. My desire is to provide individualized care that incorporates patient education and provides cutting edge, long term pain solutions. I believe that by building a relationship with each patient and using a team oriented approach to provide relief for those that suffer, together, we can restore your quality of life.

Nomen Azeem, MD., Florida Pain & Spine Specialists

His well-rounded approach begins the moment a patient steps foot into his clinic, with elements like aromatherapy and ergonomic furniture. After all, comfort is of the utmost priority. From abdominal pain to work injuries, Dr. Azeem addresses a full spectrum of conditions. Additionally, he aims to determine the source of pain to ensure his treatments target the point of origin.

Because there isn’t one single solution for chronic pain, he offers a myriad of therapies and procedures, tailored for specific conditions. Rather than scribbling on a prescription pad, Dr. Azeem uses a combination of services to create a comprehensive treatment plan for long-term, and possibly lifelong results.

He reiterates that empathy as the key to handling chronic pain, from the doctors that treat patients to family members. Thus, he includes family in treatment plans to make sure everyone involved have the same level of understanding.

Visit his website to learn more about his philosophy and background.

Sheena Bergado

Sheena first met Tricia on a back pain support forum. After becoming online friends they launched PainFreeWorking.com in 2019. Due to suffering from upper back and shoulder pain, Sheena vows to find the best ergonomic office equipment in the Philippines to help fellow desk workers.