Harvard doctor gives natural relief to chronic pain sufferers

Nearly 50% of American adults suffer from chronic pain. One doctor/entrepreneur wants millions of them to know that they don’t have to. Photo: Reza Ghorbani

WASHINGTON, July 20, 2013 — A 2012 Gallup study revealed that nearly 50% of American adults suffer from some form of chronic pain. One doctor/entrepreneur wants millions of them to know that they don’t have to. Reza Ghorbani, MD, ABIPP, FIPP is a Harvard-trained, board-certified Interventional Pain Management Specialist. He is also President and Medical Director of the Advanced Pain Medicine Institute located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

“A lot of people think that you just have to deal with pain; that it is just a natural part of the aging process,” says Dr. Ghorbani. In fact, much of his life and practice has been devoted to helping people discover and benefit from minimally invasive alternative remedies that help them minimize chronic pain. “Reducing pain and enabling a better quality of life is the guiding philosophy of my life’s work,” he says.

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He warns against many popular commercial products that promise pain relief. “Many over the counter drugs [i.e. Aleve, Advil, etc.] provide temporarily pain relief; however, they have a negative effect on the organs over time. I recommend natural products that relieve pain without debilitating side effects,” says the doctor.

Dr. Ghorbani has had quite a decorated and illustrious career during his 17 years of practicing medicine. A sought after lecturer, he has either been featured or published by a number of prestigious media outlets, including MSNBC, CBS Money Watch, The New York Daily News, The Miami Herald, The Boston Globe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, AOL Health and The New England Journal of Medicine.

He holds three medical board certifications and six certificates of training for various complex back procedures. He currently performs Epidural Steroid Injections, Selective Nerve Blocks, Radiofrequency Facet Denervations, Sacroilaic Blocks, Sympathetic Blocks, Discography, Spinal Cord Stimulator Implants and Percutaneous Disc Decompression for removal of Herniated Discs.

Dr. Ghorbani is a Diplomat for the National Board of Medical Examiners and a Fellow of Interventional Pain practice. He is appointed to five hospitals and surgery centers within the Greater Washington, DC area and has taught Anesthesiology and Pain Management at both the Boston University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School, where he completed his residency and fellowship.

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Dr. Ghorbani is the Founder and CEO of Truceuticals® Inc, the business entity through which he created Noxicare™, a natural pain relief product that uses natural herbs and nutrients to stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself and limit pain. “My goal in creating Noxicare™”, he says, “was to create a natural pain reliever that really works but is completely safe to use—even if it is used in conjunction with other medications.”

“To create Noxicare™,” he continued, “we combined some of the world’s most potent natural ingredients in precise amounts that allow each individual ingredient to alleviate a specific type of pain on its own. We also found that our formulation causes a ripple effect in which each ingredient acts as a catalyst to the others, actually strengthening the effectiveness of the formula as a whole.”

Dr. Ghorbani’s Noxicare™ has no known side effects, does not require a prescription to obtain, has no greasy feel or offensive odor, contains no harmful chemicals or lab-produced pharmaceuticals, and most importantly, relives pain quickly and reliably. “We all have just one life to live”, says Dr. Ghorbani. “For those who are suffering, we can help by reducing their pain and helping them to live fully each day.”


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