Pain Clinic

Interventional Pain Center is permanently closed.

Interventional Pain Center is permanently closed.

Please be advised that as of April 6th, 2020, the Interventional Pain Center (IPC) has permanently closed. Pursuant to guidelines published by the North Carolina Medical Board, we continued to provide care on an emergency basis for 30 days, through May 5th, 2020.

We recommend that you find another physician to take care of you, including for any prescription refill requests. Your primary care provider or original referring physician would be two possible options. If you do not know another physician, you may contact the North Carolina Medical Society or visit the North Carolina Medical Board website at for resources.

If you have pending test results, such as imaging studies, we will contact you with the results of those tests if we receive them on or before July 7th, 2020. Beyond that point, we recommend you contact the testing site for your results and follow-up with your referring doctor’s office or primary care provider.

For medical records, please fill out the ‘Contact Us’ form below and we will begin the process of pulling your records. Digital (PDF) copies can be sent to you for free. To receive a printed version of your records, we charge a processing fee and postage – the final charge amount will be based upon the size of your record, as it may affect the postage required.

Please be advised that records in our possession will be destroyed after seven (7) years from the date of closure, i.e. on April 7th, 2027. This date may change based on requirements under applicable state and federal laws.

We are deeply saddened that we cannot continue to provide your care. We extend to you our best wishes for your future health and happiness.


The Physicians and Staff at Interventional Pain Center
Charlotte, NC

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