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Pain Specialist of Cincinnati takes a lead on TakeChargeOhio

Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ 

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Recognizing the veracity of the Opioid epidemic in Ohio, the State launched an initiative to help use pain medication safely and responsibly to minimize the risk of drug misuse, dependency and addiction. The Take Charge Ohio program offers healthcare professionals the resources and tools to properly educate patients on safe medication and pain management practices and they help educate patients about the scope of the problem, its impact in Ohio, and how to take action by sharing what they’ve learned through free, ready-to-use resources.

At Pain Specialists of Cincinnati – we applaud the state effort and recognize the leadership shown via the program will have a positive impact on the society at large. Dr. Zeeshan Tayeb, Chief Medical Officer of Pain Specialists of Cincinnati, said “This initiative is extremely comprehensive, and the sheer volume of materials offered by the State of Ohio is a gold mine of educational materials. In the hands of our practitioners, it helps us educate our patient population.”

A sample of the Take Charge Ohio content that Pain Specialists of Cincinnati has incorporated include Risk awareness, safe pain management techniques, safe disposal and storage strategies, and the warning signs when someone could be in danger.

When asked about the program Anie Djuadeu CNP said “The materials help us have difficult conversations with our patients about what we are and what we are not able to do according to state guidelines, it also reiterates the risks associated with opioid medications.

To learn more, go to the Take Charge Ohio website or contact Pain Specialists of Cincinnati at 513-922-2204 to setup an appointment.

About Dr. Tayeb:

Pain Specialists of Cincinnati's physician, Dr. Tayeb, is board-certified with the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Pain Medicine, making him the best choice for comprehensive pain management. He has also completed a fellowship in Interventional Pain from Nexus Pain Care in Provo, UT. In addition to his numerous memberships with the leading pain organizations, Dr. Tayeb holds the distinction of being an instructor with Spine Intervention Society. You can find Dr. Tayeb's expertise at two different locations. Pain Specialist of Cincinnati has opened a new location on Red Bank Expressway and our present location in Western Hills.

About Pain Specialists of Cincinnati

Our providers are experts in the field of pain diagnostics and treatment. Since 2015 we have provided successful pain relief to thousands of patients in a comfortable and caring environment. Using a multidisciplinary approach to pain management, we go beyond just medications. We are committed to treating the whole person!

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