DR. MICHAEL WOROBEL JOINS PAIN MEDICINE GROUP

Pain Medicine Group is happy to welcome Dr. Michael Worobel to our team at our Fort Myers location in Florida. With his variety of medical training and specialized focus on work with the spine, as well as pain management and rehabilitation, we are sure Dr. Worobel will be a tremendous asset to Pain Medicine Group.

Training and Education

Dr. Michael Worobel completed his residency at the Carolinas Medical Center for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, followed by a fellowship at Mid Atlantic Spine and Pain Physicians for Interventional Pain Management. For his training and education, Dr. Worobel has earned Board Certification in both Osteopathic Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

About Pain Medicine Group

At Pain Medicine Group we help our patients escape the daily struggles that come with chronic and acute pain. Our goal is to target the source of pain, treating the cause to better reduce or eliminate the symptoms. We use advanced medical technology like stem cell therapy techniques to help patients with a variety of ailments. The conditions we treat include backneck, and shoulder pain, as well as fibromyalgiapost-therapeutic neuralgia, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, arthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders.

Dr. Worobel will be helping Dr. Mauna M. Radahd in her practice, administering a variety of treatments to help improve the lives of our patients at Pain Medicine Group. Our doctors use a variety of treatment methods, including spinal cord stimulation, steroid injections, sacroiliac injection, a variety of nerve blocks, as well as discogram x-ray techniques. With the help of Dr. Worobel, our Fort Myers location will now be open five days a week.

To learn more about our treatment options or the conditions we handle, contact Pain Medicone Group.

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