Florida Pain Welcomes Dr. Udeshi During Open House
By Space Coast Medicine & Active Living // November 16, 2013
FLORIDA PAIN MARKS ONE YEAR IN SUNTREE
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Pain marked their first anniversary of the opening of their second location in Brevard County with an Open House at their Suntree office, located at 5545 North Wickham Road.
Florida Pain is a multi-service facility that offers extensive Pain Management consultation and management services for acute and chronic pain, and has offices in Merritt Island and Suntree.
Pain physicians Dr. Stanley Golovac and Dr. Richard Gayles have been treating patients with the latest technology and techniques for the last three decades, and introduced the addition of Dr. Ashish Udeshi to the practice.
For Dr. Udeshi, a lifelong Floridian, this is a homecoming as he was born in Titusville at Parrish Hospital.
“Dr. Udeshi is a young, well trained physician and will be a great new member of the Florida Pain team,” said Dr. Gayles.
During his extensive education and training, Dr. Udeshi was honored with the Emmanuel Papper Medical Student Award in Anesthesia. He received awards for Outstanding Anesthesia Resident in Pain Medicine, Outstanding Fellow in Pain Medicine, and was a American Pain Society Foundation Scholar recipient.
“I am extremely thrilled to be back in Brevard County and be part of the Florida Pain Family,” said Dr. Udeshi.
CUTTING EDGE THERAPIES
Pain can have a major impact on a person’s quality of life and could lead to loss of employment, isolation from friends and family and even severe depression. A wide variety of diagnoses ranging from arthritis, neuropathies, myofascial syndrome, fibromyalgia, degenerative disc disease and cancer may exist as sources of pain.
“Over the last year, our Melbourne location has allowed us to bring cutting edge therapies to South Brevard County. The new office provides patients in south county with a more central location and provides patients with comprehensive pain care in one convenient location.” – Dr. Richard Gayles.
“Over the last year, our Melbourne location has allowed us to bring cutting edge therapies to South Brevard County,” said Dr. Gayles.
“The new office provides patients in south county with a more central location and provides patients with comprehensive pain care in one convenient location.”
“We believe that integrating body mechanics along with specific medicines for your condition, as well as certain injections/ treatments will help improve our patient’s quality of life,” said Dr. Golovac.
FOR MORE INFORMATION call 321-784-8211 or log on to FloridaPain.net