Pain medicine clinic palm beach countyMay is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month #nationalphysicalfitness. Don’t let aches & pains keep you from doing the activities you love and the activities that keep you fit and in good shape.  People experience numerous injuries that become chronic and keep them from physical activities. But today these injuries can be easily cured using new methods of regenerative medicine.

Sports injuries need to be quickly evaluated and treated. Injured structures need to be repaired, either with medical assistance or by harnessing the body’s own healing properties.

New studies and research have modernized and changed our approach to human body injuries. Today, we have learned how to turn on the body’s healing power to repair our injured joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles.

Prolotherapy, Stem Cells and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) are helping people return to an active physical lifestyle quickly without disrupting their busy lives. 

See for yourself how an advanced modern medical practice approaches the treatment of trauma and injuries, without surgery, harmful medications or months of therapy.  We are located in West Palm Beach, Florida, but treat people from all over the USA.  So if you are looking for prolotherapy in Lake Worth, PRP in Lake Worth, or in general pain management in West Palm Beach, we hope you choose Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute. For more information please call 561-649-8770 or Contact Us.

Dr. Lawrence Gorfine is a board certified pain management doctor in West Palm Beach with Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute, a leading Palm Beach County pain clinic.  Dr. Gorfine is Past-Chairman of the Pain Committee of the Florida Society of Anesthesiologists, and is Past-President of the Florida Academy of Pain Medicine. He was Director of Pain Medicine, Associate Professor and Fellowship Director of Pain Management at the Medical College of Virginia. As a leader in his field, Dr. Gorfine has over 25 years of experience in anesthesiology and pain medicine. He has lectured and educated both residents and fellows at university medical centers throughout the county.