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With the outbreak of COVID-19, we are experiencing an unprecedented time in healthcare. Medical professionals are being challenged to provide the best care to our patients in a very stressful environment. It is more critical than ever to build trust and maintain patient safety and adjust standards of practice to adhere to both state and

Hope you enjoyed the first issue of Pain Now. The inaugural issue focused on continuing a collaborative effort with primary care and pain physicians to prevent the over prescribing of opioids and offer alternative treatments for chronic pain. The goal is to present treatment solutions to improve pain and function, and minimize medications being prescribed

We’re excited to introduce our first monthly newsletter: Pain Now. This publication provides our Dayton community of providers with information on prevalent chronic pain related topics. The first issue covers:   Letter From The Editor Opioid Update Role of Spine Specialists Acute Opioid Prescribing Laws Happening This Month National Drug Takeback Day Read the October

Hello and welcome to another episode of Doc Talks. I’m here with a patient of DOC chatting about their experience with Dayton Outpatient Center Pain Management. Thanks for meeting with me today. Tell me a little bit about yourself and what initially brought you to DOC Pain Management. My name is Tommy, terrible chronic pain,

Today we are speaking with Stephanie Mattox one of the managers and long-standing member of the Dayton Outpatient Center (DOC) team. Welcome Stephanie, and thanks for joining us.   Please tell us a little bit about your experience at DOC. I have been with DOC for about 15 years, and have moved from medical assistant (MA) to

Hello and welcome to our video podcast mini-series Doc Talks, where we chat with our providers about acute and chronic pain. Today’s guest is Dr. Priyesh Mehta, DO. Dr. Mehta joined the practice in late 2016 after completing his residency at Columbia/Cornell in NY in Physical Medicine and Rehab, and his fellowship at NewYork’s elite Hospital

Dr. Suresh Gupta of Dayton Outpatient Center (DOC) Pain Management talks about using a multidisciplinary approach to combat The Opioid Crisis. Listen as he explains the types of treatments that fall under this category, how DOC ensures their patients are following their prescribed treatment plans, and more. Welcome to Doc Talks Mini Video/Podcast Series Hello