We are offering Telehealth Visits, Call us to book your Virtual Appointment today.

Telehealth

What exactly is telehealth? Telehealth is defined as the provision of healthcare remotely by means of telecommunications technology. In these days of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, much of healthcare is provided through telehealth. Technologies include videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications.

Tarpon Interventional Pain & Spine Care is seeing new patients and follow ups virtually (and in office on select days for low risk patients). We have carefully reviewed the TMB and DEA’s guidance and are able to still work patients up and bridge them with therapy, certain types of in-office injections and medications till we can start offering more aggressive long term treatment options.

We can see all acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions to help lighten the load of patients going to the ER or urgent care.

Please stay healthy during these uncertain times!

Referrals can be made through usual means; phone 972-596-1059, leading reach, email to aromano@tarponpa.com, or fax 972-612-5410. 

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