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IndyPain Staff Buys Gifts for a Child in Need

Center for Pain Management staff members chose the National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP) as its 2019 holiday charity, buying gifts for a child receiving NYAP assistance. The staff bought and wrapped more than a dozen gifts for their sponsored child. John Henne, Center for Pain Management’s Chief Financial Officer, explained that  IndyPain staffers have a…

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Center for Pain Management Debuts New MRI Scanner at its Northside Indianapolis Location

Center for Pain Management is pleased to announce the launch of its new state-of-the-art MRI scanner. Read more about this new scanner in the official press release.

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American Pain Consortium Holdings Announces Appointment of New President

American Pain Consortium Holdings (APCH), Center for Pain Management’s parent organization, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean Hayes as APCH President. Read more about the appointment in the official press release.

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What to Expect From a Pain Management Clinic

When a patient writes a negative online review for a pain management clinic, that usually means that their appointment wasn’t what they expected. This disconnect between patient expectations and experiences has for years been a topic of discussion among pain management providers. In an effort to solve this problem, clinic leaders have been trying to…

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Press Release

Integrated Pain Solutions (IPS) is pleased to announce a new partnership with American Pain Consortium Holdings (APCH). APCH recently acquired the IPS-affiliated Gemini Surgery Center and will be providing management services for IPS. Read more about the agreement in the official press release.

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Senior Olympic Race Walker Beats Back Pain with Spinal Cord Stimulator

Spinal Cord Stimulator Helps Senior Athlete Get Back on Her Feet Kay was a competitive race walker for the Senior Games for 20 years, starting when she was 62 years old. When this energetic and optimistic athlete turned 82 years “young” (as she likes to say), she started suffering from debilitating lower back pain that…

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