Pocono Pain Clinic
Call Us: 570-422-6666
I am approved by the DEA to treat up to 100 patients with Buprenorphine
also know as SUBOXONE or Zubsolv, for those who have developed a dependency or problem with pain medications or narcotics such as heroin. I was also approved for ProBuphine implantation. I can offer Vivitrol (monthly naltrexone injections). Please
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We will be closed Aug 11 to Aug 22, 2016 and for Labor Day Sept 5
Dr. Zahl has over 10 peer reviewed scientific publications, for a list go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=zahl%20k
PAIN RELIEF DIGNIFIES LIFE!
"Pain Medicine" I would rather find the cause of your pain; to avoid the revolving door of "pain management".
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Ketamine infusions have been reported to be safe and efficacious for the management of refractory complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS) or depression. I have been offering this FOR OVER 10 YEARS!
Please contact me to discuss as insurance coverage is variable.
There has never been an infection or major complication in over 20 years. I did not use compounded steroids unless there was an allergy.
All new patients receive a complementary brief phone consult with the physician to establish a personalized care plan.
We typically have rapid appointment availability at Pocono Pain Clinic, especially for those who register online Call 570-422-6666 for instructions, or go to Contact Page and use Updox to register.
IF YOU WANT SOMEONE WITH 35 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE, SPECIALIZING IN IMAGE GUIDED PRECISION PROCEDURES
All new patients receive a complementary brief phone consult with the physician to establish a personalized care plan after they register on our updox secure portal.
For years of her life, my fiance has suffered from terrible back pain and it has severely decreased her activity on a day to day basis. From getting up in the morning to chores around the house. Since being treated by Dr. Zahl her quality of life has increased so dramatically we owe him more than he knows. We cannot thank him enough.
-A Google User
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