Posted Thursday, February 28, 2013 --- 11:53 a.m.
Press Release from APM:
Beaver Dam, Wis. – The physicians of Advanced Pain Management (APM) are pleased to announce the opening of a new clinic in Beaver Dam at 1701 N Spring Street, Suite 10 in a partnership with Beaver Dam Community Hospitals. The new Pain Centers of Wisconsin – Beaver Dam clinic will expand APM services to residents throughout the region and begin seeing patients in the new clinic on March 5, 2013. The clinic will offer a comprehensive array of innovative, minimally invasive treatments and technology.
“As more effective and less invasive treatments become available, we are seeing increasing numbers of patients in this community and throughout Wisconsin turning to pain management specialists,” said Maher Fattouh, M.D., medical director at APM. “Advanced Pain Management is happy to help meet this growing need in the Beaver Dam community.”
Maher Fattouh, M.D., has been providing pain management services in the community for a number of years and will be leading the pain management care at the new Beaver Dam pain clinic. Dr. Fattouh is a highly trained physician who is board-certified in both pain management and anesthesiology and specializes in general pain with fellowship training in pain management. He holds the academic position of Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Dr. Fattouh’s experience is broad; encompassing teaching and clinical education, research and investigational research studies involving innovative pain management treatments.
At APM, patients suffering from acute and chronic pain are able to access the broadest array of pain management treatments. Options include treatment for back pain, neck pain, headaches, compression factures, disc herniation, pelvic pain, chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS), diabetic neuropathic pain, cancer treatment pain, work injury, sports related injuries, spinal stenosis, knee and shoulder injuries, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia and bulging discs.
“Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Inc. (BDCH) is committed to working with best-practice health care caregivers as we strive to enhance care for our patients,” said Kim Miller, President and CEO at BDCH. “Dr. Fattouh has worked closely with us for several years. This joint venture with Advanced Pain Management allows us to ensure the patients we care for every day receive the latest pain management treatment in a location that is convenient for them.”
Dr. Fattouh is looking forward to the partnership, as well.
“Beaver Dam Community Hospital is a leader in the area in regards to patient care,” said Dr. Fattouh. “I am pleased to be working jointly with them to help care for members of the community.”
Advanced Pain Management is one of the largest pain management groups in the country, with 30 board-certified/eligible physicians offering the most advanced techniques for pain control. Advanced Pain Management physicians operate out of more than 40 locations in Wisconsin, including metro Milwaukee, the greater Madison area, Racine, Sheboygan and Green Bay, as well as in Mankato, Minn. You can find Advanced Pain Management online at www.apmhealth.com, and on Facebook and Twitter.