Physicians of Orthopaedic & Spine Center open new Pain Management Center at Virginia

The physicians of Orthopaedic & Spine Center have announced the opening of their new Pain Management Center, located at 250 Nat Turner Boulevard in Newport News, Virginia. In its sixth year, the pain management program now has its own dedicated space on the second floor.

Planned specifically for individuals who have chronic pain, the second floor of OSC's main office building has been reconfigured to accommodate patients for both office visits and minimally-invasive procedures. This was accomplished by using space previously occupied by OSC's Physical Therapy Department.

The Pain Management Center features approximately 6,000 square feet of space, with separate waiting rooms for consultation and procedure patients. The space also includes 8 exam rooms, two technologically-advanced procedure suites with sealed LED lighting, surgical flooring and walls which meet strict standards for surgical hygiene, and a recovery room.

Designed to be environmentally-friendly, the architects and builders consciously repurposed existing materials, such as hardware, doors, fixtures and lighting, reducing overall costs. An abundance of windows allows natural light to illuminate the space and provides patients with views of the lovely Port Warwick area.

"We are delighted to open our new pain management facility to the Hampton Roads community," said Dr. Raj Sureja, senior Interventional Pain Management specialist at The Center. "This space was tailored to meet the specific needs of chronic pain patients and provides a comfortable and soothing environment for treatment and healing. The new, state-of-the-art procedure suites enable us to perform the most advanced interventional techniques here at OSC, without having to send the patient to the hospital."

OSC will host a grand opening of the Pain Management Center on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014, inviting members of the press, medical and business community of Hampton Roads.



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