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Pain Management

Hear Dr. Deneene Doyker-Booth discusses treating pain management. Watch other videos on chronic pain, including headaches and pelvic pain.

Persistent pain can make it difficult to do the things you enjoy, and for many people living with chronic pain, finding pain relief can be challenging.

Our mission:
• Reduce pain and pain medications
• Increase mobility
• Improve your quality of life

At Harrington, we believe in a modern and comprehensive approach to pain management. We largely utilize interventional procedures to manage and, in some cases, eliminate pain. Our clinic focuses on non-opioid-dependent treatments.

While medication can temporarily mask the pain you are feeling, the benefit in interventional procedures and alternative treatments is the ability to pinpoint the exact source of the pain, and work with more advanced technology to isolate and treat the specific area(s).

The Harrington Pain Center provides a unique opportunity for you to receive the most advanced pain management available.

Common symptoms include:
• Back Pain/Sciatica
• Cancer-Related Pain
• Chronic Headaches
• Injury/Trauma Pain
• Joint Pain
• Neck Pain
• Neuropathy
• Post-Operative Pain
• Spinal Stenosis

Treatments offered include:
• Epidural Steroid Injections
• Facet Blocks
• Nerve Blocks
• Sacroiliac Joint Injections (SI)
• Spinal Cord Stimulation
• Trigger Point Injection (TPI)


Harrington Physician Services Pain Management
100 South St., Suite 108
Southbridge, MA
Ph: 508-765-2125

Meet Our

Deneene Doyker-Booth, M.D.
Tufts University School of Medicine
Medical School
University of Connecticut
Ashraf Farid, M.D.
Baystate Medical Center
University of Texas - Houston
Medical School
Ains Shams University, Cairo, Egypt


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