About Us - Pain Management & Physical Therapy Center In Brooklyn NYC
We Are PainTherapy & We Understand the Complexity of Pain - Dr. Henry Sardar
Dr. Henry Sardar D.O., is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with a fellowship in pain Management. Dr. Sardar holds additional training and certifications in Acupuncture, Osteopathic Manipulation and Herbal Medicine. He graduated from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training at Nassau University Medical Center.Dr. Sardar works with an interdisciplinary team who specializes in Pain Management treatments. Our professional staff will work closely with you to ensure the highest level of communication and medical care to help you live pain free.
We here at PainTherapy Medical Care understand that pain has consequences on your job, relationships, and day-to-day living. Our centers are staffed with highly competent teams that specialize in providing care for chronic pain. We believe that it is possible, no matter how severe your disease, to return to a life free from suffering. Our specially trained physicians and caregivers will create a personally tailored plan to help you reach your goals. PainTherapy Medical Care has many services to offer, from chiropractic, massage, and physical therapy to the most state-of-the-art interventional pain techniques. Book an appointment with us today, and see what we can do for you.
Did you know?
Chronic pain is not like other serious medical conditions. Its causes can be difficult to diagnose with conventional medical tests.
The American Medical Association says that recurring pain is undertreated. The National Institute of Health indicates that 40 million Americans never treat their recurrent pain.
While each person’s experience of pain is specific to them, it is virtually never “only in your head.” The average patient with chronic pain suffers for more than 5 years before their pain is addressed.
Unrelieved pain is a better predictor for long-term disability than almost any other factor.
People are often scared to admit the extent of their suffering. However, those who stay silent generally fail to receive effective treatment.
Refusing to acknowledge your pain results in severe physiological and psychological outcomes that diminish your quality of life. Chronic pain leaves many of its victims solitary and discouraged.
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