- ADDRESS 4730 N Habana Ave, Suite 204 Tampa, FL 33614
- HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday | 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- PHONE (813) 549-2134
- SPECIALTIES Administrative Support, Florida, PPOA - Main Office
Offering Tampa Residents Reliable Pain Management Solutions
The Florida Pain Management Relief Group is committed to being leaders in the field of pain management. With offices in Tampa, Florida, we have built a team of physicians who specialize in diagnosing and treating chronic pain.
Our practice revolves around interventional pain management. Our focus is on addressing the reasons behind your pain as opposed to simply masking the pain with pharmaceuticals. The key to our success comes from our ability to provide total care for the entire person.
We understand that our goal should be not just to help you control your pain but to help you get your life back. We know that our patients do not need to suffer from chronic pain for the rest of their life.
From I-275/St. Petersburg:
Take I-275 N heading toward Tampa. Look for exit 42 and turn left on Howard Ln. Continue onto Cimino Ave. Make a slight right turn onto N Armenia Ave. Turn left onto W Curtis St. Then turn right onto Habana Ave. The office is on the left.
From Wesley Chapel:
Take I-275 heading south. Take exit 47 for US-92 S/US-41 S/Hillsborough Ave. Make a right at Hillsborough Ave. The turn left onto N Habana Ave. You will see the office on the right.
Helmed by Dr. Rodolfo Gari, and backed by a team of board-certified physicians and trained medical professionals, our office is committed to improving the life of our patients. Pharmacogenomics is key to prescribing you the right medication the very first time. We
understand that each one of our patients is unique, and so their pain management treatment must be tailored to their unique genetic makeup.
Whether we are using pain management techniques such as massage therapy or acupuncture, or using interventional pain management techniques like epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections or nerve blocks, we are committed to providing a therapy that is uniquely designed for you.
We value the relationship that we have built with Tampa, Florida residents. We are proud of the trust that our Tampa-based clinics have earned in the community, and we will continue to work diligently to prove that we are worthy of your trust and confidence.
You are warmly invited to visit one of our Tampa locations. You can be free from chronic pain. We can show you how.
Pain Management Physician
Texas Pain Relief Group
Texas Pain Relief Group
Having a back infusion, and multiple Rhizotomies my mind couldn’t help but focus on the pain. It didn’t help that I would get everyday questions asking about my levels of pain everyday either. Feeling like a life long patient and not a person, I quickly became depressed. Not having any idea of what was going on with me; Dr. Caruso was able to read me like a book. He talked to me like a normal person, and we had more meaningful conversations than I’ve had with family members in months. During our sessions, I noticed that I was focused on the positive things about life, and the pain would dissipate for the time being. Dr. Caruso showed me how to use these conversational techniques to keep conversations on a more positive note, which greatly reduced my pain.
After having multiple operations, and being on several pain medications, I started to think there would never be a solution to my pain. When I visited Dr. Caruso, he noted my depression, and was concerned about my lack of ambition to live. He started to ask me about what excited me in life, which I had trouble answering at first. After a couple of sessions I could answer that question, and I re-gained my motivation to run my business. I was able to keep my mind off the pain by keeping it busy with running my business.
After suffering an injury on the job, I started to experience everyday pain in my leg. I was confined to a wheelchair during my recovery, and I was convinced I would be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. When I started physical therapy, I experienced excruciating pain and stopped going. While living with the pain, I visited Dr. Caruso where he understood what I was going through. He explained that physical therapy had a traumatic effect on me, and now I feared movement of my injured area because I didn’t want to intensify the pain. Using a tactic to reward me every time I moved, I slowly started to strengthen my legs. Though they were only baby steps, I’ve been able to take my first steps without any assistance for the first time in months.