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Staff You Will Meet
Interventional Pain Management
Sanjay Trivedi, M.D.
Dr. Sanjay Trivedi received his medical degree from J.N. Medical College, AIMS, India and received training in general surgery from Seton Hall University in New Jersey. Dr. Trivedi furthered his medical training by studying physical medicine and rehabilitation at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center and David Minkin Rehabilitation Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Trivedi also worked at Harvard Medical School and the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Spine Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Trivedi has special training in interventional pain management, electrodiagnostics and musculoskeletal medicine. He has extensive experience in the fields of acute and chronic spinal pain management, acute and chronic pharmaceutical pain management, musculoskeletal and joint pain management and personal injury rehabilitation and care.
Dr. Trivedi has worked and served in various cities and communities in Florida.
Long Van, D.C.
“I started as an intern with Absolute Injury and Pain Physicians and now am very proud to be a part of this medical company.”
Dr. Long Van has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology University of North Florida and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2010. He has also earned his certificate 150hrs of study in Nerve Conduction Velocity(NCV) and Electromyography(EMG). Jacksonville has been his home since 1996 and originally joined the team at Absolute Injury and Pain Physicians as an intern in 2008. Dr. Van is currently associated with the Florida Chiropractic Physician Association (FCPA).
Dr. Van has experience in helping the human body function properly through a natural approach. Over his time with Absolute he has worked with many forms of injuries primarily focusing on treatments for motor vehicular accident injuries and sport related injuries.
When Dr. Van is not treating patients, he enjoys reading up on new information concerning medical conditions and associated treatments available. He also enjoys spending time with his family doing just about anything as long as they are healthy and happy.
Dr. Van was raised to always respect his family members and therefore family values are very important to him. Dr. Van believes that you should take care of your family because one day they may have to take care of you. He possesses this same mentality concerning his patient care strategy and strongly believes that he should respect all people through his words and actions.
“If you can’t take care of the people around you, then how can you take care of others.”