Announcing our new website

Dr. Pellegrino and I are delighted to announce the launch of our new website.  Please take a look around and if you have any comments, please feel free to share them by replying to this post.  We look forward to building upon this website to provide you the latest information regarding pain management.

6 Responses to Announcing our new website

  • susan valdez says:

    Today is Wednesday morning. I had Epidural on Monday morning for neck pain. I have rested as instructed and today I feel so much better. I feel like I am getting my health back. I am so pleased.

    If anyone has guidelines on the best diet for someone with a degenerative condition please advise me. I figure the Mediterranean Diet is probably the way to go. Any comment will be appreciated.

  • You need to provide a way under “Contact Us” for people to post messages to each of you. Anyway, Dr. Pellegrino is still my HERO!! The epidural is beginning to do its magic. New York Italians (and my best girlfriend is one) are a tiny arrogant and MOST COMPETENT! I’d recommend him to anyone. Having a friend who is paralyzed forever from an epidural gone bad, I appreciate the compentence (and sense of humor) that Dr. Pellegrino displays. It is helpful during a scary procedure to know exactly what is happening as it happens. Then, in a few days or weeks, the magic happens and life returns to normal for a few years. God bless you, my friend!

  • Roschelle McGowan says:

    Your phone number doesn’t seem to be anywhere on your web site. I am looking forward to working with Dr. Pelligrino to hopefully help in any way to alleviate my back pain. Living with pain every single day is very depressing. My psychiatrist says pain causes depression and depression causes pain. I just hope for some help.

  • Dave Herbert says:

    Hi Tammy, with the brief picture you have given me, I think it would be safe to say that you have had pain for a long time and was given a diagnosis of fibromyalgia in the remote past. In our practice at Advanced Pain Modalities, we have delt with a large number of patients with a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Sometimes it is indisputable. Other patients however are “soft” on the signs and syptoms of a disease process that can not be proven by lab or diagnostic studies. In other words it, fibromyalgia, is a diagnosis of exclusion. In the population of “soft” patients, trigger point injections, such as the injections you recieved in your lower back, or other symptom directed interventions are found to be very helpful. They are helpful in two ways. First control of pain and second as a diagnostic tool. They can actually point to other reasons for the patients pain.
    So in answer to your question, you should consider returning for repeat injections. Depending on the results, the neurologist may be correct and the diagnosis of fibromyalgia may not be the complete answer.

  • Bob Bankert of Chandler, Az. says:

    Dr Herbert and his staff are the greatest! I have suffered with chronic pain for more than 15 years…finding Dr Herbert and his expertise has greatly reduced my pain and made life worth living again. Thanks to all of you.

  • Carol Axworthy says:

    I am so thankful for Dr. Pellegrino. I been in pain since Jan and seen many doctors and had many procedures.
    It wasn’t until I seen Dr. Pellegrino that the pain has been helped and almost gone. He found the problem right away and gave me a couple injections and I feel so much better.
    You will be so happy you found him and once your out of pain you will wonder why you ever waited so long to see him. I never write reviews but this one needed written because I cannot thank Dr. Pellegrino enough for helping me.

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