LOS GATOS, Calif., June 25, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Allied Pain & Spine Institute, with locations in
Dr. Yu will provide a wide range of pain management procedures, including epidural injections, discography, radio-frequency ablation, spinal cord stimulation and stem cell therapy. These advanced procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis, meaning patients can achieve tailored pain relief without hospital stays or lengthy recovery times.
Dr. Yu, who is fluent in Chinese, completed his Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency at Stanford University Medical Center and received his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. He has an MBA in Healthcare Management from Brandeis-Heller School of Social Policy and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University with a major in biology. He was also a Pain Medicine Fellow at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
"Bringing on a new pain management specialist is an exciting, important decision. Dr. Yu will provide state-of-the-art care to our patients. Dr. Yu is also able to converse with patients in Chinese, which is something special we are proud to offer. Being able to provide care in a number of languages is a goal we continue to work towards," says Dr. Petros.
Dr. Petros believes that patients want options that do not necessarily involve surgery and that specializing in non-surgical orthopedics has helped his patient population in growing a multi-disciplinary pain practice involves not just one "cookie cutter" approach but a thorough understanding of the musculoskeletal system in order to properly diagnose and restore function.
"Our medical providers at Allied Pain & Spine Institute are qualified under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act to prescribe Suboxone, a medication to reduce withdrawal symptoms and drug cravings," says Petros. "Combined with psychosocial support and counseling, our patients are safely removed from improper opioid medications. Given the opioid crisis this country is experiencing, we are very proud of our work in this area."
At Allied Pain & Spine Institute, the multidisciplinary staff provides the best of what pain and injury management has to offer. Using the latest in cutting-edge research and technology, the Institute's board-certified pain specialists develop customized pain solutions for acute and chronic conditions, with specialization in alternative therapies, neuromodulation, and pain counseling. With a proven track record of superior patient outcomes, treatment is evidenced-based with an emphasis on improving quality of life.
More About Dr. James Petros: Dr. James Petros is the founder of Allied Pain & Spine Institute, subspecializing in pain management and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. His integrated approach and balanced understanding of injury and illnesses are testaments to his unique style. Dr. Petros is an accomplished clinician, researcher, author, and regional speaker in the areas of injury and functional rehabilitation. He also works with Boston Scientific in the area of pain management. Dr. Petros reached the culmination of his medical education and training at Stanford University Medical Center, has received numerous honors and awards along his extensive journey. In the course of his budding professional career, Dr. Petros has already gained notable recognition from America's Top Physicians and the Who's Who registry for his work in pain care and rehabilitation.
We are now accepting appointments for Dr. Yu who will begin seeing patients in July 2018. To schedule an appointment with Allied Pain & Spine Institute, please visit http://www.myalliedpain.com or call 408-784-7515 for an appointment in Los Gatos, CA or 408-528-8833 for an appointment in San Jose, CA.
SOURCE Allied Pain & Spine Institute
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