Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms of NEUROPATHY PAIN?
Intense Leg or Foot Pain
Trouble Walking up Stairs
Weakness in Legs or Feet
Loss of Mobility
A Message to Anyone Who Suffers from Serious Neuropathy Pain:
Chronic pain and limited mobility are terribly frustrating.
Limited range of motion and function, along with pain and discomfort, can put a serious damper on day-to-day activities and your ability to enjoy life .
For many, it can cause sleepless nights, an inability to work, and extreme difficulty completing simple tasks such as picking up a basket of laundry, carrying groceries, cooking. Not to mention, missing out on spending quality time with your children or grand kids.
It seems as if there is no end to your ongoing battle with chronic pain…
Believing that there is no legitimate relief to look forward to can wear on your psyche; making you feel hopeless. As a last resort, many people turn to surgery or prescription medication to ease the pain. both of which can create a host of additional problems.
There has to be a better way to regain mobility, reduce, pain, and improve your quality of life.
TAKE A MOMENT AND IMAGINE:
Waking up in the morning, energized and pain-free, excited about the day.
Getting back to all of your favorite activities and pursuits; pain free, without limitations.
Being able to once again enjoy all that life has to offer, free from pain and lack of mobility.
Dr. Damon Kimes is our Chief Medical Officer. He completed his undergraduate training with degrees in Chemistry and Psychology while attending Cleveland’s, Case Western Reserve University where he achieved both peer-elected and academic honors. After receiving his medical degree at the historic Meharry Medical College, Dr. Kimes trained in Family Medicine at University of Tennessee-Memphis, where he was elected Chief Resident and Emergency Medicine at Emory University in Atlanta.
In the interest of comprehensive pain treatment, Dr. Kimes has recruited additional physician specialty coverage for our patients. Our physicians are board certified in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine with fellowship training in interventional spine therapy. Dr. Kimes feels that our patients deserve the wealth of knowledge afforded with primary care, emergency care, physical and rehabilitation and minimally invasive interventional spine procedures. Although our practice solely cares for patients with chronic pain, we feel that knowledge of multiple disease states allows for the best overall patient care.
After several years as a successful emergency physician and medical director, Dr. Kimes now is dedicated to treating patients suffering with chronic pain. He has received specialized training in Advanced Lumbar Spinal Injections by the North American Spine Society and Competency Certification in Controlled Substance Management by the Board of Interventional Pain Physicians. Dr. Kimes is also a member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine and has amassed several hours of American Medical Association accredited medical education specifically designed towar the enhancement of pain medicine patient care.
When not caring for patients, Dr. Kimes enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and three children. He is also an avid musician.
Dr. Deitrick Cox, MDDr. Cox is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation/Physiatry. After obtaining his medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine, he completed his internship at Harvard School of Medicine’s Cambridge Health Alliance. He then completed his residency in PM&R at Emory University.
Dr. Cox uses a multidisciplinary approach that includes physical therapy, patient education, and procedure-based therapies to improve and restore patients’ function and quality of life. Using procedures such as electromyography (nerve & muscle testing) and interventional spinal procedures, Dr. Cox is able to diagnose and treat pain conditions of neurological, musculoskeletal, and spinal origins.
Dr. Michael Schulman is the clinical director. He specializes in advanced regenerative medicine procedures (PRP & Stem Cell Therapy), functional medicine (Thyroid & Hormone Issues), and physical rehab. He has received additional training in the bio mechanics of sport injuries. He has 2 boys, Davis 12 and Landon 5 and a wife, Rachael. On the weekends he likes to work in the yard, fix cars, go to church with the family, and fish by the Buford dam.
Dr. Ross Carter is founder & chief wellness officer. He has been in active practice since 1996. He also has received advanced training on Regenerative Medicine. He also enjoys traveling the world, exercising in the gym, and speaking on topics such as Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine.