As medical director of the Pain Medicine Institute, Dr. Raymon D. Priewe, D.O. has a long career at the forefront of pain management. After completing his residency in anesthesiology at the University of Miami, he completed his fellowship at the University of South Florida. He is Board Certified in Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology by the American Board of Anesthesiology and the American Board of Pain Medicine.
He began his career with an emphasis on managing regional pain. In addition to his civilian practice, he has 27 years of experience with the U.S. Navy as an anesthesiologist, flight surgeon and operational medical specialist, including service during Operation Noble Eagle and Operation Enduring Freedom. With his battle-tested skills, he knows the importance of returning his patients to work, not only with relief from their pain, but with safe and appropriate levels of medication, especially in areas where patients need to operate complex machinery and aircraft.
Years In Practice15
Pain Management Specialist
TrainingPain Management Fellowship, Anesthesiology Residency, Naval Flight Surgeon Program
AffiliationsSarasota Memorial Hospital, Lakewood Ranch Medical Center, Blake Medical Center
CertificationAmerican Board of Pain Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology, National Osteopathic Board of Medical Examiners-Diplomate, Florida Medical Licensure, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Flight Surgeon, American Board of Anestesiology Subspecialty Certification Pain Management
ServicesManaging chronic pain is also about our accepting your problem with understanding and compassion. Very often, we are the last hope. Patients come to us after every other option has been exhausted. Patients who see us have not only suffered from the ailment that caused the pain, but have deteriorated further as they bear the under- or over-treated pain that goes along with their medical condition.
At the Pain Medicine Institute, we treat for a variety of problems that include spine injuries, cancer care and arthritis. Whatever the cause, we understand that chronic pain is often difficult to diagnose and treat. Our patients have often seen a variety of specialists, to no avail. We are often the last stop.
Very often, relief from the pain itself is curative. Patients who suffer from pain have a diminished quality of life. Restoring normal life patterns can mean increased social interaction and an ability to return to work.Additional Serviceshttp://www.thepainmedicineinstitute.com/
I never have to worry about them overbooking appointments. They definitely believe in quality over quantity here and it is much appreciated. I was completely at ease during my appointment here. They went to great lengths to make sure I was completely relaxed and comfortable the entire time. They always return my phone calls quickly. I always know that I'll get a prompt answer to my question. Their staff is the most friendly, welcoming staff I've ever dealt with. They are so warm and professional, and make the whole experience that much better. The waiting area here is extremely spacious. There is never overcrowding and everything is spaced appropriately.
Dr. Raymon Priewe is amazing. He takes time with his patients. He truly wants to figure out the best way to control your pain that is affordable. When I told him that I could not pay for part of a surgical procedure he was willing to pay for the anesthsia out of his own pocket, what doctor would ever do that? He went out of his way to understand me and to figure out the best way to control my pain so I could keep working when other doctors just told me I needed to give up my job to sit behind a desk. I really don't know what I would've done if I wouldn't have found him!!
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