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  • Lifelong sacrifices of military veterans include chronic musculoskeletal pain

    Lifelong sacrifices of military veterans include chronic musculoskeletal pain

    (Scottsdale, AZ)…On Veteran’s Day, we take time to pay tribute to those who risked life and limb in defense of our country. We also recognize that these individuals carry with them the mental burdens of war. However, few of us realize that military veterans are also far more likely to suffer from chronic pain than their civilian counterparts.

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  • Leading Scottsdale pain management physician cautions teens: Popular daredevil stunts lead to alarming number of injuries annually

    Leading Scottsdale pain management physician cautions teens: Popular daredevil stunts lead to alarming number of injuries annually

    (Scottsdale, AZ)….With the rising popularity of video sites and the free exchange of videos worldwide, an ever-increasing number of teens are engaging are engaging in dangerous daredevil activities. Although some of these videos can be entertaining, the fleeting glory of “outdoing” one’s peers does not compare to the pain of ill-advised injury.

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  • Armchair Quarterbacks Sustain Injuries

    Armchair Quarterbacks Sustain Injuries

    For sports purists, it’s hard to believe that E-Sports participants are actually referred to as "athletes" these days. More accurately, they are "gamers;" and, they generally lead extremely sedentary lifestyles. If there is an antithesis of an athlete, a gamer is usually it…unless we want to count the development of really, really, really small motor skills!

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  • Premier Pain Institute Save Patient from Paralysis

    Premier Pain Institute Save Patient from Paralysis

    Earlier this month, a patient came to see Dr. Sham Vengurlekar, complaining of excruciating back pain. This patient had been turned away from two hospitals, each of which said he had “muscle spasms.” They had missed a critical and potentially life-threatening injury.
    Dr. V did not dismiss this patient’s pain complaint. He completed a manual exam and three MRIs, only to discover that this patient had a fractured vertebrae and spinal infection. Within two hours, Dr. V admitted this patient to the hospital. The patient had spine surgery the following morning at dawn with IV antibiotics. He was on the verge of complete paralysis from a cord compression, caused by epidural abscess.

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  • Larry Center on Premier Pain Institute

    “I met Dr. Vengurlekar at a charity golf tournament in Scottsdale recently. When I heard about his pain management practice, I was extremely impressed. Having played in the NFL for 14 years, I know many former players who suffer from chronic pain. I applaud the efforts of Dr. V and Premier Pain Institute to use minimally invasive procedures to alleviate pain and avoid major surgery or long-term use of pain killers.”

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  • Junior Spivey on Premier Pain Institute

    “Believe me…when you play baseball, you learn the names of ALL the shoulder injuries – rotator cuff tendinitis, bursitis, subluxation, impingement…you name it. Another thing you learn is to avoid surgery if at all possible. Recovery time is extensive, and return to peak performance is difficult. So, I would definitely recommend the minimally-invasive procedures offered by Premier Pain Institute. They enable a more rapid, natural recovery.” – Junior Spivey, former Arizona Diamondbacks All Star and World Series Champion

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  • Canadians flock to Premier Pain Institute for Pain Management during winter months

    Canadians flock to Premier Pain Institute for Pain Management during winter months

    According to The Wall Street Journal, medical practices in Phoenix, Arizona see thousands of Canadian patients during snow-bird season. Premier Pain Institute (PPI) is among the more popular practices visited by Canadians; and, we welcome these patients with open arms.
    Although many praise the benefits of “free” Canadian healthcare, the wait times can be extremely lengthy. Rather than wait for service, many Canadians prefer to receive immediate care in the U.S., and then apply for partial reimbursement from single-payer Canadian healthcare plans.

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  • Premier Pain Institute provides treatment for most common sports-related injuries

    Premier Pain Institute provides treatment for most common sports-related injuries

    In just Week Two of the NFL season, three top quarterbacks are out of commission with injuries – one of these quarterbacks for the entire season. So, we thought this was a good time to recap the Top 10 Most Common Sports Injuries, and how Premier Pain Institute (PPI) can help manage those. After all, we work with a number of professional athletes, including 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee Larry Centers!

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  • Scottsdale Pain Management Doctor Vengurlekar Discusses Spinal Compression Fractures

    Scottsdale pain management doctor explains spinal compression fractures and the best treatment methods. Spinal compression fractures are just one of the many different pain conditions that top Scottsdale pain management doctor Dr. Sham Vengurlekar treats on a daily basis.

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  • Scottsdale Minimally Invasive Spine Procedures are the Latest Solution for Back Pain Offered by Dr. Vengurlekar

    Back pain is debilitating. It can leave even the toughest people bed-ridden, unable to make a living and provide for their families. As the wave of the baby boomer generation crashes against the shores of retirement and golden age, more people every day are searching for solutions. Top pain management doctor Dr. Sham Vengurlekar, Scottsdale’s premiere pain specialist, has spent more than three decades treating patients with a variety of debilitating pain-related ailments and specializes in back pain.

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