David Kloth, MD

David Kloth, MD
Connecticut Pain Care 100 Mill Plain Rd, Connecticut Pain Care Pc Danbury, CT 06811

David Kloth, MD

Listen To What Your Body Is Telling You
All of us take our bodies for granted until there is pain. From small aches to more significant chronic conditions, these signals are our body’s way of sending a message. Pain is such a unique experience; it is in fact that no two individuals will experience pain in exactly same way. Each patient’s set of symptoms are slightly different and must be thoughtfully assessed as it relates to their personal history, pain level, tolerance, and its effect on function as it relates to our daily activities. Even with this knowledge, the medical community at large has treated pain as a one-size-fits-all problem, and will often prescribe the same methods of treatment to patient after patient with no comprehension of the underlying cause of discomfort or the specific needs of the individual.
At Connecticut Pain Care we listen to your body’s signals and we listen to you. With over 20 years of experience in addressing pain management, we understand that as much as we would like it to be, medicine is not an exact science and there is no cookie-cutter style approach toward the treatment of pain. Patient care is determined by the need to give each individual the personalized attention required to appropriately diagnose his or her medical condition, and to develop the most effective and efficient treatment plan to reduce and control discomfort. We believe that patients who suffer from chronic pain should be provided with stable management of their symptoms, an improved level of functioning and overall better quality of life.

Our mission at Connecticut PainCare is to provide high quality, compassionate, state of the art medical care which helps alleviate and control chronic pain. Advanced pain therapies and regenerative medicine techniques are used to repair damaged or injured structures, and help restore patient function.
Primary Specialty

Pain Management Specialist

Gender Male
Education New York Univ Sch Of Med, New York Ny 10016
Training Univ Of Pa Hlth System, Anesthesiology
Services Connecticut Pain Care provides pain management in Danbury, CT. A Pain Management Specialist is a physician who has four extra years learning anesthesiology and pain medicine to help patients with pain management.

Please call David Kloth, MD at (203) 792-7246 to schedule an appointment in Danbury, CT or to get more information.
Additional Services regenrative Medicine
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3 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
1 star average for Expertise
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Recent Reviews
Dr Kloth was very arrogant and rude. He was impulsive, told me I didn't know what I was talking about, interrogated me then told me to shut and get off my phone after he asked me about dates of seeing other doctors which I was looking up for him. He left and practically slammed the door. This was the worst experience I have ever had with any doctor in my life. I'm canceling my follow up appointment, I don't trust him to put a needle in me. Not recommended, DO NOT go to this crazy doctor. When leaving I heard one of his staff say that they are going to need to take a Valium by the end of the day due to Dr Kloth's behavior. This man should not be able to practice! Otho-Connecticut should not be referring patients to him.
by bbdan xxx.xxx.50.80
August 17, 2023
Dr. Kloth is a no nonsense, tell you the truth doctor. His openness about your condition and how he can help you is very reassuring.
by george brown xxx.xxx.216.109
December 06, 2022
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Does this provider have a good professional reputation within your community?
Absolutely not, they are not trustworthy at all
Does this provider welcome questions?
Not at all. They ignored my questions
Did this provider rush your appointment?
Yes, I felt like an annoyance!
Were you able to relax during your appointment?
No, I was on edge
Did you feel like this provider's office was understaffed?
No, they were fully staffed
by Debby B. xxx.xxx.122.129
October 14, 2012
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