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Pain Specialists of Cincinnati Hires a talented new Pain Physician!

As the need for qualified Pain Practitioners increases, Pain Specialists of Cincinnati has been working diligently to recruit and retain new physicians into the Cincinnati Tri-State area. It is with this backdrop, that Pain Specialists of Cincinnati is excited to announce the hiring of Dr. Adil Qarni, as our next full time Pain Physician. 

“We were lucky enough to get connected to Dr. Qarni and his wife when they first arrived in Cincinnati and I was humbled to provide a bit of mentoring during his time at UC. The University of Cincinnati Pain Fellowship program under the Directorship of Dr. Harsh Sachdeva is a nationally renowned program and we are thankful that we can help retain some of the expertise learned via the program. I think Dr. Qarni has had excellent training at UC, and we are excited to bring him onboard at Pain Specialists of Cincinnati.” Said Dr. Zeeshan Tayeb, Chief Medical Officer and Owner of Pain Specialists of Cincinnati.

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Dr. Adil Qarni

A native of Ohio, Dr. Qarni received his undergraduate degree from Washington & Jefferson College in Pennsylvania in 2010, and then moved back to Ohio where he earned medical degree from The University of Toledo College of Medicine in 2014. He completed anesthesia residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in 2018 and continued his education with a pain medicine fellowship in 2019 also at the University of Cincinnati. His abstracts and presentations include “Genicular Nerve Blockade with Corticosteroid Adjunct for Chronic Knee Osteoarthritis Pain (November 2016, 15th Annual ASRA Pain Medicine Meeting), “Brachial Plexus Blockade with Corticosteroid for Chronic Upper Extremity Pain” (November 2018, 17th Annual Pain Medicine Meeting), and “Percutaneous Spinal Cord Stimulator Lead Placement with In Situ Prior Paddle Lead” (January 2019, NANS 22nd Annual Meeting).

Related to the appointment, Dr. Qarni said “this opportunity with Pain Specialists of Cincinnati is a great fit. As my wife and I settled into the Cincinnati area, we were considering staying here longer term and the opportunity to work with Dr. Tayeb and his team of expanding care providers was the key to making everything line up. Cincinnati has a lot of great Pain Physicians in the area, and I am happy to be able to stay close to them and my mentors at the University of Cincinnati.”

Dr. Qarni will being seeing new patients in the summer of 2019.

About Pain Specialists of Cincinnati

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