Center for pain management to open in Oregon
The Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management will hold an open house Wed., April 24, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at its newest facility located at 846 S. Coy Road in Oregon.
The $2.2 million facility houses 11,000 square-feet and two surgery suites (West Central Surgical Center-Bayside). The center will offer “the most advanced interventional, diagnostic, and outpatient surgical pain management procedures available in the region,” stated Dr. William James, Jr., founder and medical director.
|A new home for a pain management center in Oregon. (Press photo
by Ken Grosjean)
In addition to surgical services, the center will offer innovative non-surgical approaches to reducing pain including FLO, an enhanced therapy and wellness program, as well as steroid injections, nerve blocks, acupuncture, behavioral pain management, nutritional support, sleep hygiene and exercise programs including Yoga and Pilates. The goal is to provide the most minimally-invasive treatment of chronic pain, stated Jeri Shick, marketing coordinator.
The center had outgrown its previous location at ProMedica Bay Park Community Hospital, Shick added. Ten new jobs will be created bringing total employment to 25. The facility was designed, managed and developed by DECA Health, Inc.
Comprehensive Centers for Pain Management also has locations in Sylvania and Lambertville. It will celebrate its 10th anniversary this fall.
Guests at the open house will be able to take a guided tour, meet the medical providers and the Wellness Team. To attend, RSVP to Lisa at 419-843-1369, ext 121.
Go to www.cc4pm.com to learn more or call 419-693-9459.
At the clubs
Engineers from the Ohio Department of Transportation will speak to the public about the three-year rehabilitation project scheduled for the Anthony Wayne Bridge (High Level Bridge) Thursday, April 25.
The talk, sponsored by the East Toledo Club, will be held at 12:30 p.m. at the East Toledo Senior Activities Center, 1001 White St. A question and answer period will follow.
The historic bridge, which was built in 1931, is expected to be closed for two construction seasons, beginning either this year or in 2014, according to an ODOT spokesperson. When it reopens, there will be lane restrictions for one season to allow for painting.
A timeline for the project is expected to be released sometime this month
The public is encouraged to attend. A lunch will be served at Noon. Cost is $6 for East Toledo Club members and $8 for non-members. RSVP to Jodi Gross at 419-691-2254, Ext. 213.
The Ottawa County Improvement Corporation will host is annual Business and Industry Awards Program Wed., April 24 at Camp Perry Clubhouse in Port Clinton.
The event starts with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. Call 866-734-6789.
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce will host its Simply Social networking lunch Wed., April 10 at Luckies Barn & Grill, 3311 Navarre in Oregon.
The Oregon Economic Development Foundation will meet Fri., April 19, 8 a.m. at Rudolph Libbe, 6494 Latcha Rd., Walbridge. Call 419-693-999 for more information.
The Oregon/Northwood Rotary will host its annual golf scramble Fri., June 21 at Chippewa Golf Club.
Sponsors and teams are sought for the Third Annual United Way Golf Invitational to be held Fri., May 3 at Catawba Island Club. Contact MJ Siewert at 419-734-6645 or email
Just the fax: Fax items before Wed., noon to The Workplace at 419-836-1319, email to
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