Back Pain Centers of America expands company to include Orthopedic Centers of AmericaBack Pain Centers Announces Growth of Company Beyond Spine to Include Orthopedic Extremities
Back Pain Centers of America expands company to include Orthopedic Centers of America
ATLANTA, GA – April 25, 2017 – Back Pain Centers of America (BPC), which connects people searching for solutions to their neck and back pain with a reputable physician in their area, announces expanded services and comprehensive company name, Orthopedic and Back Pain Centers of America (OBPC). The company will maintain for the foreseeable future two specialized lines of services for patients, one that specializes in spine, and one that specializes in back pain.
“Many of the centers in our network treat patients with both spine pain and joint pain such as knee, hip, shoulder, ankle, elbow and other joints,” said Brent Wheeler, president of OBPC. “Our focus thus far has been ensuring we have a HIPAA-compliant method to help patients find a reputable physician in their area for back and neck pain. Now that we have stream-lined our processes, it makes sense to expand our network to be able to serve patients with joint pain as well to find reputable physicians and hospitals to treat them with the most minimally invasive treatments possible. We are excited to extend patient services in the full orthopedic sector.”
“Many of our network partner practices and hospitals have been asking us to serve patients with joint pain,” said Quintin Thomas, director of healthcare partnerships. “I am delighted that we are able to offer this logical extension to meet our network partners’ needs as well as those of the patients.”
The company began accepting orthopedic extremity members to apply to their screening process in January, 2017. For questions regarding physician services, contact Quintin Thomas at email@example.com.
About Back Pain Centers of America
Back Pain Centers of America has helped people find safe, reliable relief for chronic pain since 2009. The call centers match patients searching for relief for neck and back pain to reputable, board-certified healthcare practices in their geographic area. They have the largest network of minimally-invasive spine centers in America. This service is free to patients. For more information for patients, please visit http://www.backpaincenters.com. For spine practices interested in joining the network, please visit www.backpaincentersofamerica.com. Also follow BPCA onLinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.
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Erika Rosenthal, VP Strategy and Healthcare Partnerships, Back Pain Centers of America, ERosenthal@backpaincentersofamerica.com
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