BATON ROUGE, La., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Arnold Feldman, a leading interventional pain management specialist in Baton Rouge, La., announces the launch of The Feldman Institute's medical travel program. The Feldman Institute Travel Program helps patients residing outside the city, state or country arrange to come to Baton Rouge for personalized care at The Feldman Institute.
Dr. Feldman has provided minimally invasive spine and interventional and chronic pain treatment for patients traveling to Baton Rouge from throughout the United States and abroad. His services include diagnostic and therapeutic injections, discography, ablative procedures such as intrathecal pumps, dorsal column stimulators, radiofrequency and micro-endoscopic laser procedures. A patient from Trinidad came to The Feldman Institute after struggling through excruciating pain without a diagnosis. Dr. Feldman determined the cause was a herniated disc. Following a 30-minute micro-endoscopic laser discectomy, the patient was free of pain and remains that way years later.
Several other patients from Venezuela and Grand Cayman suffering from severe pain due to herniated discs also traveled to Dr. Feldman and underwent a micro-endoscopic laser repair. The procedure allowed them to return home and work pain-free. Many more patients who have traveled to The Feldman Institute from other countries and states share similar success stories.
"We are privileged to provide high-quality care to patients who have traveled far and wide to entrust us with their care," Dr. Feldman says. "The Feldman Institute Travel Program makes it easier for patients to come to Baton Rouge for the treatment they need."
The Feldman Institute Travel Program helps patients arrange:
- Travel into and out of Baton Rouge
- Comfortable lodging
- Transportation between lodging and The Feldman Institute
- Car rental
- Medical spa services at The Feldman Institute's partner facility, The Oaks at Goodwood Medical Spa
The Feldman Institute Travel Program also provides recommendations on dining, attractions and events.
"The Feldman Institute has always assisted out-of-town and local patients with making travel arrangements," Dr. Feldman says. "Our Travel Program formalizes these complimentary services, which help ensure the time patients spend here is stress-free and enjoyable, allowing them to fully concentrate on improving their health. We are pleased that the program will also benefit our community by attracting valuable tourism dollars to the area."
For more information about Dr. Feldman, The Feldman Institute and The Feldman Institute Travel Program, please call (225) 201-0950 or visit www.thefeldmaninstitute.com.
Marcy T Rogers
The Feldman Institute
(858) 335 8254
SOURCE The Feldman Institute