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THERE IS NO NEED TO SUFFER IN PAIN

IT’S TIME TO REGAIN YOUR LIFE

100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. It can be mild or excruciating, sporadic or continuous, inconvenient or completely debilitating. With chronic pain, inflammation in the central nervous system can remain active for months or even years.

At the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine we have developed a powerful, systematic and highly successful strategy for alleviating serious chronic pain and illness. We understand the impact illness has on your life and believe that you don’t have to live with chronic pain.

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Conditions Treated

Some of the most common chronic pain conditions and illnesses treated include:

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OUR PROVIDERS

The Kaplan Center Medical Team

Dr. Lisa Lilienfield
Dr. Lisa LilienfieldPhysician
Dr. Gary Kaplan
Dr. Gary KaplanPhysician
Dr. David Wang
Dr. David WangPhysician
Dr. Erika LeBaron
Dr. Erika LeBaronPhysician
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What is Integrative Medicine?

Incorporating the best elements of conventional and alternative medicine, our goal is to provide an integrative approach that attends not only to our patient’s physical symptoms, but also addresses the root causes of pain and illness, including problems of the mind and spirit that may be contributing to the disease process.

At Kaplan Center, you’ll find professional expertise, strong communication between you and your provider, and a high level of collaboration among the members of our medical team in caring for you. The result: We put you back in charge of your life, helping you to attain optimal health.

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