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Interventional physiatry practice opportunity, Boston


  • No narcotics or chronic pain
  • No Medicare or Medicaid
  • This large network gives you the first-choice ability to move to another city
  • Lifestyle-friendly practice environment with a rapidly growing, thriving organization
  • A practice physiatrist tells me that he loves his job, that the organization has allowed him to grow into a Medical Director position

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  • Has grown from 2 offices to 30 offices in 5 years; still a growing company that you can get in on the early ground floor
  • As it’s growing, you [ . . . ]

Interventional physiatry practice opportunity, Boston


  • Potential for ownership in the ASC
  • Well-established, successful pain practice in operation 20 years
  • Huge growth potential at this 2-person doctor practice with a PA and a NP

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 Practice Features:


  • Very attractive office with a surgicenter
  • Extra space for service expansion
  • 70% – 80% of the patients are on medications but not long-term; low dose opioids



  • Interventional procedures 2 – 3 days/week
  • Perform pain management procedures including spinal cord stimulators is the main requirement
  • Cervical epidurals, stimulator trials and implants-temporary and permanent, discography, morphine [ . . . ]

Inpatient consults physiatry practice opportunities, Worcester


  • Hospitalists admit patients, you would act as the consultant
  • Enjoy an employee affiliation
  • No weekends, no call

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  • Hospitalists available in all the facilities
  • See approximately 15 – 20 patients/day
  • Boston is the only practice opportunity with call and it’s 1:6
  • Patient population of TBI, stroke, neuro, orthopedic
  • All facilities are running close to bed-size
  • Academic appointment possible
  • Boston – adding beds hence the need for [ . . . ]
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