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Arizona Pain  Monthly  |  May  2011


Strength Welcome to  Arizona  Pain  Monthly  Magazine

Welcome to  the  May  issue  of  Arizona  Pain   Monthly!  This  month,  we  celebrate  strength.   As  huge  sports  fans,  May  means  the  end  of   basketball  and  the  beginning  of  the  true  base-­‐ ball  season.  It  is  also  the  time  of  year  when   our  Arizona  golf  courses  look  their  best  and   the  heat  hasn’t  quite  yet  ruled  out  a  round   carrying  your  own  bag. What  do  the  world’s  best  athletes  who  play   these  sports  require?  The  same  thing  we  all   need:  strength.  In  this  issue  –  we  talk  in  detail   about  how  strengthening  your  core  muscles   and  your  dietary  discipline  can  make  a  world   of  therapeutic  change  for  those  experiencing   physical  pain.   A  local  physician,  Dr.  Joseph  Rotella,  explains   that  a  proper  diet  will  not  only  help  reduce   chronic  pain  but  will  also  help  you  lose   weight,  “Inflammation  and  chronic  activation   of  the  immune  system  due  to  food  intolerance   has  been  linked  to  digestive  disorders,   migraines,  arthritis,  obesity,  chronic   fatigue  and  many  other  illnesses.”  

In Chiro  Corner,  Dr.  Chance  Moore  explains   tips  for  golfers  to  get  on  the  course  and  leave   their  pain  behind.  “The  golf  swing  requires  the   spine  to  rotate,  bend  laterally  and  extend.  This   requires  flexibility  and  strength  that  are  golf-­‐ specific.”   This  month,  we  hope  you  are  feeling  strong  –  of   mind,  spirit  and  body.  We  want  you  to  consider   all  options  for  reducing  your  pain.  This  can   including  your  diet,  exercise,  chiropractic  care,   massage  therapy,  acupuncture,  or  seeking  a  pain   management  physician  for  an  individualized   treatment  plan.  We  want  each  patient  to  leave   Arizona  Pain  Specialists  knowing  they  have  the   strength  to  eliminate  their  pain. This  month,  we  hope  you  are  able  to  enjoy  the   weather  playing  sports,  having  a  picnic  on  a   sunny  day  and  dancing  on  Cinco  De  Mayo.  We   believe  you  can  be  pain  free.  Blessings  to  you   and  your  family! Dr.  Tory  McJunkin  and   Dr.  Paul  Lynch

Read about  Jeff  Grabosky’s  positive   outlook  and  strength  in  overcoming   pain  and  the  amazing  progress  in  his   run  across  America.  Jeff  has  already   run  more  than  2500  miles  and  is   scheduled  to  finish  in  New  York  in  late   May!  We  are  incredibly  proud  to  be  a   part  of  his  journey.

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Ask the  Expert With  Dr.  Gabriel  Bonilla   What is a Electromyography (EMG) used for?

Electromyography  (EMG)  is  a  diagnostic  procedure   used  to  record  the  electrical  activity  of  muscles  and  the   nerves  that  control  them.  Nerves  controlling  the  muscles,   called  motor  neurons,  use  electrical  signals  to  contract   muscles  throughout  the  body.  In  order  to  test  this  electrical   signal,  an  EMG  is  used.  An  EMG  consists  of  inserting  very   thin  needles  called  electrodes  into  the  muscles  to  record  the   electrical  activity  emitted  when  the  muscle  contracts.  The   recorded  activity  will  then  be  translated  into  graphs,  sounds,   or  numerical  values  that  are  interpreted  by  a  specialist  to   determine  a  diagnosis  and  treatment  plan.       Individuals  suffering  from  various  nerve  or  muscle   damage  may  be  candidates  for  EMG.  common  diagnoses  of   an  EMG  include;  nerve  compression,  nerve  injury,  nerve  root   injury,  or  other  injuries  involving  muscles  and  neuropathies.   ‡‘ˆ–Š‡„‡‡ϐ‹–•‘ˆƒ ‹•–Šƒ–ƒˆ–‡”–Š‡‡Ž‡…–”‘†‡•ƒ”‡ inserted  into  the  muscle,  the  results  are  immediately  avail-­‐ able.  If  an  abnormal  result  is  found,  a  diagnosis  usually  falls   under  one  of  the  following  categories:   ȈPinched  nerves ȈNeuropathies     ȈCarpal  tunnel  syndrome ȈNerve  root  compression   Treatments  for  medical  conditions  in  one  of  these  categories  vary  and  are  usually  treated  on  a   case-­‐by-­‐case  basis.  An  EMG  also  includes  nerve  conduction  studies.  These  studies  help  evaluate  how   well  your  nerves  are  working  and  determine  if  there  is  any  compression  of  the  nerve  in  the  extremi-­‐ ties,  such  as  your  hands  or  legs.  

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Herb Pork  Loin

Serves 4-­‐6 Ȉʹ–„•’ˆ”‡•Š’ƒ”•Ž‡› Ȉʹ–„•’ˆ”‡•Š‘”‡‰ƒ‘ Ȉʹ–„•’ˆ”‡•Š”‘•‡ƒ”› Ȉʹ–„•’ˆ”‡•Š–Š›‡ Ȉͳ–„•’…Š‘’’‡†‰ƒ”Ž‹… ȈƒŽ–Ƭ‡’’‡”–‘–ƒ•–‡ Ȉ͵ȀͶ…—’˜‡‰‡–ƒ„Ž‡‘‹Ž Ȉʹ’‘—†•’‘”–‡†‡”Ž‘‹ Ȉͳ…—’ƒ’”‹…‘–’”‡•‡”˜‡• ȈͳȀʹ…—’†‹Œ‹‘—•–ƒ”† ȈͳȀͶ…—’Š‘‡› ȈͳȀͶ…—’„”‘™•—‰ƒ” ȈͳȀͶ…—’ƒ’’Ž‡…‹†‡”˜‹‡‰ƒ” Use  a  food  processor  or  blender   to  combine  parsley,  oregano,   rosemary,  thyme,  garlic,  salt,  and   pepper.  Mix  in  the  vegetable  oil   thoroughly.  Coat  tenderloins  with   ƒ”‹ƒ†‡ƒ†”‡ˆ”‹‰‡”ƒ–‡ˆ‘”͵Ͳ min.   Preheat  grill  to  low.  Combine  apri-­‐ cot  preserves,  mustard,  honey,  sug-­‐ ar,  and  vinegar  in  a  blender  or  food   proccessor.  Grill  tenderloins  over   Ž‘™Š‡ƒ–ˆ‘”ʹͲǦ͵Ͳ‹—–‡•™Š‹Ž‡ brushing  the  apricot  preserves   mixture  onto  the  tenderloins.  

Arizona Pain  Monthly  |  May  2011

Orzo Salad  Diablo Serves  8-­‐10

Salad Ȉ͵…—’•‘”œ‘ Ȉͳ›‡ŽŽ‘™ǡͳ”‡†„‡ŽŽ’‡’’‡” ȈʹŠƒ„ƒ‡”‘’‡’’‡”•Ǧȋ”‡‘˜‡ seeds) Ȉͳ…—’’‹––Ž‡†‘Ž‹˜‡• Ȉͳ…—’‰‘Ž†‡”ƒ‹•‹• ȈͳȀʹ…—’…Š‘’’‡† –ƒŽ‹ƒ’ƒ”•Ž‡› ȈͳȀ͵…—’†‹…‡†”‡†‘‹‘ ȈͳͲ‘œˆ”‘œ‡•™‡‡–’‡ƒ• Vinaigrette ȈͳȀ͵…—’”‡†™‹‡˜‹‡‰ƒ” ȈͳȀʹ…—’…Š‘’’‡†…‹Žƒ–”‘ ȈͳͳȀʹ–•’†‹Œ‘—•–ƒ”† ȈͳͳȀʹ–•’†ƒ”„”‘™•—‰ƒ” Ȉʹ…Ž‘˜‡•‰ƒ”Ž‹…ǡ‹…‡† ȈͳͳȀʹ–•’•ƒŽ– Ȉͳ–•’„Žƒ…‰”‘—†’‡’‡” ȈʹȀ͵…—’‘Ž‹˜‡‘‹Ž Cook orzo  for  8-­‐10  minutes  until   just  tender.  Remove  water  and   ”‹•‡Ȁ†”ƒ‹Ǥ‹•ƒŽŽ˜‹ƒ‹‰”‡––‡ ingredients  except  the  oil  together   and  then  drizzle  in  the  oil  while   wisking.  Add  orzo  and  toss.  Then   add  the  rest  of  the  ingredients  and   toss  once  more.    

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Meyer Lemon  Sorbet

Makes 8  half  cup  servings   Ȉʹ…—’•™ƒ–‡” ȈͳͳȀ͵…—’••—‰ƒ” Ȉʹ–•’‰”ƒ–‡†Ž‡‘”‹† ȈʹȀ͵…—’ˆ”‡•ŠŽ‡‘Œ—‹…‡ ȈͳȀʹ…—’‘ˆŽ‹‡Œ—‹…‡ Mint  springs  (optional) Lemon  rind  strips  (optional) •‹‰ƒ„Ž‡†‡”…‘„‹‡–Š‡ϐ‹”•– ϐ‹˜‡‹‰”‡†‹‡–•—–‹Ž•—‰ƒ”†‹•-­‐ solves.  Pour  mixture  into  an  ice   cream  maker  and  follow  the  manu-­‐ facture  instructions.  

This months  recipies  are  contributed   by  Chef  Mary.  Chef  Mary’s  passion  for   …‘‘‹‰•’ƒ•‘˜‡”͵Ͳ›‡ƒ”•ǡƒ†–Š‡ smiles  she  creates  with  her  food  are   pricless  to  her.    If  you  would  like  to  have   your  recipes  featured  in  our  magazine   please  contact  us  at    480  245  6122.

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POSSIBLE PAIN  CONDITIONS   GOLFERS  MAY  EXPERIENCE   Ȉ Low  back  pain   Ȉ Elbow  tendinitis Ȉ Knee  pain Ȉ Shoulder  injuries   Ȉ ”‹•–•’”ƒ‹•Ȁ•–”ƒ‹• Ȉ ƒ†ƒ†ϐ‹‰‡”‹Œ—”‹‡• Ȉ ‡…•’”ƒ‹Ȁ•–”ƒ‹ Ȉ ‘‘–ȀƒŽ‡‹Œ—”‹‡• Ȉ Hip  pain   Ȉ Sunburn

GOLF PAIN  FREE Although  golf  is  considered  a  leisurely   sport,  injury  and  pain  related  to  golf  is   extremely  common.    On  the  golf  course,   physical  exertion  is  intermittent,  but  the   forces  generated  swinging  the  club  are   significant.  A  golfer  will  attempt  between   50-­‐70  violent  swings  approximately  every   five  minutes  while  playing  18  holes.  The   average  amateur  will  swing  the  club  at  80-­‐ 100  miles  per  hour.    This  force  is  enough   to  cause  significant  pain  when  performed   repetitively.    There  are  fundamental  causes   of  golf  injuries:  poor  posture,  poor  swing   mechanics,  lack  of  flexibility,  and  ill  fitting   equipment.       Page  8

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In the  U.S.  there  are  roughly  26  million   golfers,  and  because  of  the  unilateral  move-­‐ ment  in  the  golf  swing,  nearly  every  golfer,   at  some  point,  experiences  some  form  of   injury  or  pain.    The  golf  swing  requires  the   spine  to  rotate,  bend  laterally  and  extend.   This  requires  flexibility  and  strength  that   is  golf-­‐specific.  Putting  posture  places  the   spine  in  a  sustained  bent  position  that  is   aggravating  for  the  lumbar  spine.    Low  back   pain  is  the  most  common  cause  of  pain  re-­‐ lated  to  golf  and  is  followed  by  elbow  ten-­‐ dinitis  (irritation  and  inflammation  of  the   tendon  tissue). Arizona  Pain  Monthly  |  May  2011


RECOMMENDATIONS FOR  GOLFERS  WITH  PAIN   1.  Seek  evaluation  and  treatment  for  your  symptoms.    Even  though  you  may  be  able  to   play  through  the  pain,  most  conditions  are  a  lot  easier  to  treat  and  will  respond  better  with   early  intervention.     2.  Take  lessons.ϐŽ—‹†‡ƒ•›•™‹‰‹•‘”‡ƒ……—”ƒ–‡ƒ†”‡†—…‡•–Š‡ˆ‘”…‡•‘›‘—”„‘†› during  your  swing.     ͵Ǥ ‡–›‘—”‡“—‹’‡–ϐ‹––‘›‘—”„‘†›ƒ†›‘—”•™‹‰Ǥ    There  is  a  reason  why  belly  put-­‐ ters  are  more  popular  on  the  Champions  tour.    A  longer  putter  keeps  you  more  upright  and   ”‡†—…‡••–”‡••‘–Š‡Ž‘™„ƒ…Ǥ“—ƒŽ‹ϐ‹‡†’”‘ˆ‡••‹‘ƒŽ…ƒŠ‡Ž’ƒ••‡••›‘—”‡“—‹’‡–ƒ† make  adjustments  to  the  lie  angle  of  your  clubs  and  suggest  appropriate  equipment  changes.     4.  –ƒ”–ƒϐŽ‡š‹„‹Ž‹–›ƒ†•–”‡‰–Š’”‘‰”ƒ–Šƒ–‹•‰‘ŽˆǦ•’‡…‹ϐ‹…Ǥ    Golf  is  a  unique  sport   that  requires  a  complex  coordination  of  muscles  that  are  not  normally  used  in  everyday  life.     Core  stability  exercises,  in  combination  with  shoulder  and  hip  stretching,  can  make  a  re-­‐ markable  difference  in  a  pain  free  performance.     -­Chance  Moore,  D.C.

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Š‡”‡ƒ”‡…‘—–Ž‡••„‡‡ϐ‹–• from maintaining  an  active,   healthy  lifestyle.  A  nutritional-­‐ ly  balanced  diet  coupled  with   a  practical  exercise  program   not  only  provides  an  overall   improved  sense  of  well-­‐being,   but  also  decreases  the  chanc-­‐ es  of  developing  preventable   medical  conditions.                

According to  HealthyPeople. gov,  an  active  lifestyle  de-­‐ creases  the  occurrence  of   cardiovascular  disease,  hyper-­‐ tension,  diabetes,  and  mental   depression.  Physical  activity   has  also  been  shown  to  pro-­‐ vide  relief  for  those  experi-­‐ encing  the  painful  side  effects   of  arthritis.    Lastly,  individuals   who  lead  a  sedentary  lifestyle   will  achieve  considerable   Š‡ƒŽ–Š„‡‡ϐ‹–•™‹–Š•ƒŽŽ increases  of  physical  activity.     Studies  have  shown  that   80%  of  Americans  will   experience  low  back  pain  to   some  degree  in  their  lifetime.   Chronic  pain  conditions  can   be    quite  costly  for  Americans.   For  example,  approximately   $50  billion  is  spent  each  year   to  treat  low  back  pain.    As   noted  on  HealthyPeople. gov  physical  activity  is  an   underutilized  interven-­‐ tion  for  many  chronic   health  conditions.   Healthcare   providers   agree  that  an   active  life-­‐

style plays  an  important  role  in  the   management  of  many  chronic  pain   conditions.   At  Arizona  Pain  Specialists,  we   advocate  for  an  active  lifestyle.  The   ’Š›•‹…ƒŽƒ†‡–ƒŽ„‡‡ϐ‹–•ƒ”‡‡•-­‐ sential  to  the  holistic  approach  we   take  when  treating  individuals  with   chronic  pain.  At  Arizona  Pain  Spe-­ cialists,  we  encourage  our  patients   to  participate  in  their  treatment   goals  by  leading  an  active  lifestyle.   This  is  a  sensible  way  to  engage  in   the  multidisciplinary  process  of   chronic  pain  management.     According  to  HealthyPeople.gov,   physical  activities  used  to  facilitate   an  active  lifestyle  for  those  with   chronic  pain  conditions  include:   aerobic  exercise,  muscle  strength-­‐ ening,  posture  control  and  simple   stretching.  A  goal  of  2  hours  of   moderate  activity  per  week  is  rec-­‐ ommended  to  obtain  the  best  out-­‐ come.  Since  certain  exercises  may   be  too  strenuous  for  those  dealing   with  chronic  pain  conditions,  it   is  recommended  that  individuals   consult  their  health  care  provider   before  starting  any  physical  activity   routine.   Maintaining  an  active  lifestyle  is   essential  for  individuals  living  with   chronic  pain  conditions.  Again,   consideration  should  be  taken   when  planning  an  activity  program;   therefore,  initially  consulting  a   health  care  provider  is  advised.    In   combination  with  medical  thera-­‐ pies,  an  active  lifestyle  serves  as   a  low  cost  option  for  the  manage-­‐ ment  of  chronic  health  conditions.   Individuals  experiencing  chronic   ’ƒ‹‰”‡ƒ–Ž›„‡‡ϐ‹–ˆ”‘ƒ—Ž-­‐ tidisciplinary,  holistic  treatment   regimen.    Maintaining  an  active   lifestyle  can  provide  immeasurable   Š‘Ž‹•–‹…„‡‡ϐ‹–•ǡ„‘–Š‡–ƒŽŽ›ƒ† physically,  for  individuals  seeking   to  manage  their  chronic  pain  condi-­‐ tions.        

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LOVING  MY            WEIGHT  LOSS  -­�Dr.  Joseph  Rotella

                                          Obesity  is  now  recognized  as  a  serious  chronic  disease.    Approximately  65  percent  of  adults   in  the  United  States  are  overweight  or  obese.    Almost  one  half  of  the  adult  population  is  trying  to  lose  weight  at   ƒÂ?›‰‹˜‡Â?–‹Â?‡ǤŽ–Š‘—‰ŠŽ‘•‹Â?‰™‡‹‰Š–…ƒÂ?„‡˜‡”›†‹ˆĎ?‹…—Ž–ǥ–Š‡”‡ƒŽ…ŠƒŽŽ‡Â?‰‡‘ˆ–‡Â?‹•Â?ƒ‹Â?–ƒ‹Â?‹Â?‰–Š‡™‡‹‰Š– loss.    Many  dietary  patterns  and  programs  have  demonstrated  successful  short-­â€?term  weight  loss.  However,     successful  weight  loss  maintenance  is  not  so  widespread.     Research  has  shown  that  approximately  20  percent  of  over-­â€? weight  or  obese  persons  are  successful  at  long-­â€?term  weight   loss. ”‡ˆ‘‘†•Â?ƒÂ?‹Â?‰›‘—•‹…Â?ÇŤ 

Â?Ď?ŽƒÂ?Â?ƒ–‹‘Â?ƒÂ?†…Š”‘Â?‹…ƒ…–‹˜ƒ–‹‘Â?‘ˆ–Š‡‹Â?Â?—Â?‡ system  due  to  food  intolerance  has  been  linked  to  digestive   disorders,  migraines,  arthritis,  obesity,  chronic  fatigue  and   many  other  ailments.    Making  the  right  choice  on  what  to  eat   can  make  life  changing  improvements.    With  a  simple  blood   –‡•–ǥ™‡…ƒÂ?•…‹‡Â?–‹Ď?‹…ƒŽŽ›’”‘˜‡™Šƒ–ˆ‘‘†•ƒ”‡ƒ’”‘„Ž‡Â?ˆ‘” you.  Many  patients  were  on  this  type  of  treatment  to  decrease   migraines  and  chronic  pain,  however  they  also  discovered   they  had  lost  an  extreme  amount  of  weight.    Coining  the  term,   Loving  My  Weight  Loss!   ˜‹†‡Â?…‡ƒ•‡†‡‹‰Š–‘••   The  Loving  My  Weight  Loss  program  developed  even   further  after  extensive  reviews  of  current  research.  Most  suc-­â€? cessful  weight  loss  programs  look  at  various  diets,  prescription   medications,  supplements,  b12  injections  and  exercise  pro-­â€? grams.    The  combination  of  these  were  put  together,  creating   the  Loving  My  Weight  Loss  program.       According  to  a  study  conducted  at  Baylor  University  ,   98%  of  people  following  a  rotational  diet  either  lost  weight  or   improved  body  mass.  ‘˜‹Â?‰›‡‹‰Š–‘••‹•Â?‘™ƒŽ‘…ƒŽŠ‘Ž‹•–‹…Â?‡†‹…ƒŽ™‡‹‰Š–Ž‘••’”‘‰”ƒÂ?•’‡…‹Ď?‹-­â€? cally  designed  with  your  goals  in  mind.    Each  blood  test  and  program  is  physician  super-­â€? ˜‹•‡†ƒÂ?†—Â?‹“—‡‹Â?–Šƒ–‹–‹••–”—…–—”‡†ƒ”‘—Â?†›‘—ƒÂ?†›‘—”•’‡…‹Ď?‹…Š‡ƒŽ–Š…ƒ”‡‰‘ƒŽ•Ǥ For  more  infomation  about  the  Loving  My  Weight  Loss  program  contact  Dr.  Rotella  at   Scottsdale  Medical  Center  at  480-­614-­5808.

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Jeff Grabosky  –  the  Arizona  Pain   Specialist  patient  who  is  cur-­‐ rently  running  across  the  United   States  –  has  surpassed  the  2,500   mile  run  mark!  Crossing  Ohio  in   in  mid  April  on  nation-­‐wide  trek,   Jeff  continues  his  remarkable   run  of  endurance. Jeff,  who  was  treated  for  leg   pain  by  our  chiropractic  team   at  Arizona  Pain  Specialists,  has   been  accepting  prayer  requests   throughout  his  rigorous  journey.   After  surviving  several  tumultu-­‐ ous  events  in  his  personal  life,   he  thought  a  nation-­‐wide  run   during  which  he  could  celebrate   his  renewed  health  and  spend   time  in  prayer  was  just  what  he   needed.  

have come  that  far  in  the  course   of  74  days  of  running  over  the   past  85  days.  It  is  amazing  how   so  many  small  steps  have  really   added  up  to  take   me  so  far.  Well,   it  is  off  to  bed   as  I  need  to   get  some  sleep   since  I  have   many  more   steps  yet  to   take!”

following and  supporting  his  ad-­‐ venture  by  reading  more  about   his  cross-­‐country  run  on  our   website  ArizonaPain.com

He has  run   through  more  than   eight  pair  of  shoes  and  thinks   Š‡ǯŽŽϐ‹‹•ŠŠ‹•”—‹‹†Ǧƒ›Ǥ One  of  the  more  emotional  stops   he’s  recently  made  was  to  his   alma  matter,  Notre  Dame.  

We are  so  proud  of  Jeff  and   On  his  blog,  he  writes  regular   his  passion  toward  others  and   updates  of  the  adventure.  A   recent  post  included,    “I  noticed   overcoming  his  pain.  Consider   that  my  total  mileage  to  date   is  the  equivalent  of  about  100   marathons.  It  is  hard  to  believe  I   To  follow  Jeff  G.  GPS  Tracker

™™™Ǥ”‹œ‘ƒƒ‹Ǥ…‘ȀŒ‡ˆˆǦ”—•Ǧƒ‡”‹…ƒȀ

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on  d-­� mm boar o c w   o n i n   s ve ng,     u  ha mpi o a y c     , t e y   wha l  N.   e  lak  out. Jerse h   t   d See    Crysta o n t ing   hanging ueens,  a with •ǣ  Go est!! st    Q

f ‹‡ he  b nd  ju –‹˜‹– ing  o are  t   ‡ƒ… vents,  a ends,  K y – ‹ e ” se  th ƒ˜‘ orting  e ™•ǣ  Fri ure!!! ng   ecau ‘ ythi p b s   n Š s a   s • a ,    e r g l in  like y  p ake ’‹œœƒǤ ”‹–‡ ol.  I   guilt LA  L ƒ˜‘ -­â€?it’s  my   –‡ƒÂ?ÇŁ   ˆÂ’ÂƒÂ•Â–ÂƒČ€ ld  Scho  my   ‘  O e –• with Shor ‹–‡•’‘” Â?›–›’‡ cent  and   m a   s ” ÇŁ ere  I ƒ˜‘ ‹–‡ˆ‘‘† ÇŁ  The  De ywh n ‡ ” ‹ A ‘   ˜ ƒ˜ ‹–‡Â?‘ t   ”Ž†ǣ ” ! ts  no ‡™‘ nt i ‘ y   a Š ˜ n – d s  ƒ n a n ‹Â?  fu e  Ple ow  a y  or –‹‘Â? ÇŁ  Lak esn’t  sn scar ‹–‡Ž‘…ƒ ƒ Â? ”  ”‹œ‘ It  do ƒ˜‘ ws.   ƒÂ?† ‹Â? ‹œ‘Â?ÂƒÇŁ   Â? ‘ e ‹ ” ÂŽÂ‹Â˜Â‡ÇĄ – h ƒ  ƒ   p Â… – ” e n Ž‘ ‘—  Z     Ġ‘ ”‹–‡ ‰ƒ„ r.   d  Jay ‡‡–ǥ†‡ lse! n a e ƒ˜‘ ‹–‡–Š‹Â?   e   t k hy  e ”  win –‘Â? I  hav  Par ƒ˜‘ g  in  the :  Linkin Ž†Ž‹Â?‡ e  best,  w ushes  -­â€?   th!   s  r h bo ‘— zin free ite  band ›‘—™ e  he  is  t renaline d  them   holar-­â€? s Â? e d r u v ‘ sc Favo —•’‡”• nt  beca ÇŁ  I  like  a g  and  lo  4  year   l   a — a   n ‘ y ‘ i r d › h p  c oo ve ƒÂ? Kobe  B ƒ„‘—– e  jum l  I  recei ursing  s e    g – ÇŤ Â… › n ™Š ‘™Â?ˆƒ and  bu n   choo ursue  n  bee Â? g   p gh  S e v a Â?Â? kydivin –ǣ  In  Hi ided  to   ing.    h  s it Â?‡ǣ  I ‡Â? ec been ‘™Â?–ƒŽ m  but  d o  say  wr Ž‘‘Â?Ž‹  t is Â? ‘— Â?Â? r  joural uld  have Ž‡•ƒ›› o f o Â’   ship d  ,so  I  w †‘’‡‘ â€? a –› ebe inste …‡Ž‡„”‹ Pho “   w – o Šƒ isa  Kudr L   d l to

Carissa  Frazier  has  worked  for  APS  for  less  than  one  year.  

Â?–Šƒ––‹Â?‡ĥƒÂ?‡Â?’Ž‘›‡‡‘ˆ–Š‡‹Â?•—”ƒÂ?…‡˜‡”‹Ď?‹…ƒ–‹‘Â?†‡-­â€? partment,  she  has  impressed  her  coworkers  with  her  ability   to  exceed  all  expectations. “Carissa  is  a  friendly  employee  who  is  always  willing  to   help  and  go  beyond  the  call  of  duty,â€?  says  Prior  Authoriza-­â€? –‹‘Â?ƒÂ?† Â?•—”ƒÂ?…‡‡”‹Ď?‹…ƒ–‹‘Â?Â?ƒÂ?ƒ‰‡”ƒ—”ƒ ‘”…‡ǤDz  really  appreciate  Carissa’s  can-­â€?do  attitude!â€? Jennifer  Gitt  has  been  with  APS  for  over  one  year  and   continually  strives  to  achieve  100%  patient  satisfaction.  She   works  with  all  three  clinics  following  up  with  new  patients   ƒÂ?†•‡”˜‡•ĥ‘—”‹Â?ÇŚÂ‘ÂˆĎ?‹…‡•’‹Â?ƒŽ…‘”†•–‹Â?—Žƒ–‹‘Â?”‡’”‡•‡Â?-­â€? tative.  She  is  an  Arizona  native  who  studied  business  at  The   University  of  Arizona,  and  always  has  a  smile  on  her  face.   “She  has  been  an  incredible  resource  in  getting  me  up  to   speed  with  the  marketing  department  and  everything  I  need   –‘Â?Â?‘™ǥdz•ƒ›•Š‹‡ˆƒ”Â?‡–‹Â?‰ˆĎ?‹…‡”Žƒ›–‘Â?‡…Â?ǤDz‹–Š-­â€? out  her  help  I  am  not  sure  I’d  be  as  far  along  today  as  I  am,   and  I  really  appreciate  her.â€?   We  are  so  thankful  for  the  hard  work  of  both  Carissa  and   Jennifer.  You  make  APS  a  better  place  to  work! Arizona  Pain  Monthly  |  May  2011

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Arizona Pain Monthly May 2011  

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