Clinical Research Department; exciting news for this month

AUGUST 2018 – NEWSLETTER – Summit Pain Alliance

This month is full with exciting new projects. Sadly we have to say good bye to one of our providers but we won’t let this slow us down in our efforts of keep offering our patients with the latest technology and advances in pain management. Here at Summit Pain Alliance, we are honored to participate in the development of the most innovative treatments and practices to better serve our patients.

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