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American Spine has opened a brand new, state of the art, spine treatment facility and surgical center in Germantown, MD, at 20860 Seneca Meadows Parkway, Suite 200 & 210

GERMANTOWN, Md., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The doctors at American Spine have been providing patients with quality care for over a decade.  This multi-disciplinary group of physicians comes together under one roof to create a personal approach to provide state of the art medical care.  Using the latest equipment and innovative procedures to diagnose pain, our practitioners determine a plan to meet the patient's needs.  Our team of multi-specialty doctors work together to determine the best treatment plan, helping you live your life... pain-free.

American Spine has opened a new, state of the art, musculoskeletal and spine treatment facility in Germantown, MD, at 20860 Seneca Meadows Parkway, Suite 200 & 210.  The extensive team of physicians providing care at this facility includes Board Certified Pain Management physicians; Dr. Sandeep Sherlekar, Dr. Atif Malik, Dr. David Rodriguez, Dr. PK Grewal, Dr. Ritu Varma, Dr. Mike Yuan; Orthopedic Spine Surgeons, Dr. Said Osman and Dr. Dapo Ojeyemi; Neurosurgeons, Dr. Charles Winters and Dr. Malini Narayanan; and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Thomas Caruso.  Patients suffering from a broad spectrum of pain conditions, especially disorders of the spine, have access to the best, most current treatment options including "key hole" surgery.  "This procedure can be done with a one centimeter incision to remove a disc herniation using an endoscope," Dr. Malik explains.  Pain Management has evolved into a highly specialized area of medicine.  "It no longer takes one type of physician to treat pain.  It takes an army of highly trained physicians, with a focus on different specialties, to really do the job right and provide the best overall patient care," says Dr. Sherlekar.  By pinpointing the exact source of pain, the treatment can be administered by the appropriate physician.  The results for patients can be life-altering as they are able to resume their normal activities with little, if any, recovery time.

The new Germantown location provides patients with a brand new surgical surgery center that has the latest minimally invasive surgical equipment to perform outpatient procedures.      

American Spine has been established in Germantown, Maryland since 2003.  The new Germantown location, 20860 Seneca Meadows Parkway, Suite 200 & 210, was selected for its convenience for patients and for providing pleasant and professional medical surroundings.  In addition the Germantown location, American Spine also has offices in Waldorf, Frederick, Columbia, Rockville, Oxon Hill, Hagerstown, Leonardtown, Olney MD and also Gettysburg, PA.  

To schedule an appointment at any of our locations, please call (240) 629-3939.

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