Dr. Bamberger is an interventional pain specialist who has been practicing for the past 23 years. She did her undergraduate BA degree at Barnard College, New York.
She then attended the Sackler Medical School in Tel Aviv, Israel after which she did her residency at Mount Sinai Medical School, New York City.
After practicing general anesthesiology for a few years she did a pain management fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.
She then joined the faculty at UT Southwestern Medical Center for a year before entering private practice in interventional pain management.
“I believe in an integrative and holistic approach to pain management; using procedures, medications, and physical modalities such as physical therapy and electrostimulation,” Dr. Bamberger said. “Being a pain management physician has been very fulfilling because I take the time get to know my patients well and understand their medical problems in the context of their familial and occupational situation.”
Dr. Bamberger was first an anesthesiologist. During that time she developed her approach to patient care.
“As an anesthesiologist I learned how to improve patient comfort, decrease suffering and allay anxiety about impending procedures,” she said. “In pain management I can use these skills and extend them to help patients improve their lives by eliminating or decreasing their pain and finding optimal way for patients to cope with their pain.”
Dr. Bamberger will begin seeing new patients on May 9th at the Texas Pain Relief Group – Arlington location.
“Texas Pain Relief Group is an efficient system that allows me to see patients in pain quickly and schedule necessary procedures to help patients without waiting for weeks,” Dr. Bamberger said. “It allows me to focus on what I care about – my patients; rather than the day to day management of office and staff.”