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At the University Pain Medicine Center, we’re more than pain management doctors near Highland Park, NJ, we’re partners for the patients that want to change the way pain impacts their lives. Treating a condition or ailment isn’t just about quantifying pain, it’s about learning who the individual is that has that pain. Every day, we learn about our patients; their lifestyles, where they work, and their hobbies. We also spend a great deal of time learning about the cutting-edge technologies and techniques that are changing the face of pain management.
With all the knowledge that we accrue, we understand that a great deal of it can be useful in the hands of the individuals who may not know the source of their pain.
On January 31st, 2017, we’re doing our part to educate the community on certain ailments that can be the cause of, or contribute to back pain.
Taking place at our office in Somerset, NJ, Dr. Didier Demesmin, M.D., will be giving a lecture on an underreported and under-evaluated cause of back pain that is responsible for up to 25% of all lower back pain—sacroiliac joint issues. Starting at 7:30 PM, Dr. Demesmin will be leading the seminar through a presentation on the causes and effects of the issue.
Dr. Demesmin is a star in the medical world, recently being featured on the cover of Interventional Pain Medicine Magazine for their top doctors in America issue. Dr. Demesmin is proud to call the University Pain Medicine Center home and has treated hundreds of patients from our offices, increasing their quality of life.
The seminar on sacroiliac joint pain will focus on how it can be the leading cause of hip pain, buttock pain, groin pain, leg pain and, of course, back pain. Light refreshments will be served at the seminar, but seating is limited so interested parties are encouraged to RSVP at their earliest convenience to ensure that they are able to attend.
To learn more about the seminar or to RSVP immediately, interested parties should call (732)-823-0028.
To learn more about the University Pain Medicine Center and the back pain relief we offer to patients in and around East Windsor, NJ, interested parties are also encouraged to browse our site, or give us a call.