DALLAS, Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Pain Relief Group, a division of Physician Partners of America, is proud to introduceour newest physician, Dr. Brian Wiley. Dr. Brian Wiley began his education at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas where he graduated
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Dr. Wiley has received awards that include the Challenge Fund Scholarship as well as the J&N Carr Scholarship from Howard University College of Medicine for outstanding academic achievement. His many works include Pain Management, Pain Therapy, Hormone Replacement Therapy, and Weight Loss Therapy.
For more information or to schedule an appointment:
Please visit www.TexasPainReliefGroup.com or call 1-844-542-5724 (844-KICK-PAIN) to schedule an appointment. Dr. Brian Wiley is actively seeing new patients in the Dallas area at the following clinic locations:
4100 Fairway Ct. Suite #100 Carrollton, TX 75010
350 Westpark Way Suite #201 Euless, TX 76040
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) is a national healthcare organization focused on strengthening the doctor-patient relationship and improving patient outcomes. PPOA, and their affiliates; Florida Pain Relief Group, Texas Pain Relief Group, Texas Foot and Ankle Group, Urgent Care of Texas and National Medical Practices, all share a common vision to ensure the well-being of patients and provide their physician partners the opportunity to focus on the practice of medicine. This model allows physicians to be physicians, caring about patients and their needs versus the ever complex administrative requirements. For more information about Physician Partners of America, visit www.physicianpartnersoa.com.
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