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Treat Addiction – Reduce Pain – Reverse Diabetes – Gurpreet Padda MD

Do you know someone who:

  1. is in chronic pain and wants to reduce or solve the problem?
  2. is addicted to drugs, alcohol,  or substances and wants to get better?
  3. has diabetes, and would actually like to reverse it?

In many ways, these three chronic issues are connected by metabolic illness, inflammation throughout the body,  poor nutrition and lack of movement.

Gurpreet Padda, MD treats all three of these conditions.  He sees diabetic and addiction patients virtually.  He treats pain patients in his office in St. Louis, or can consult with your physician in your local area.

Reach out to Dr. Gurpreet Padda and his staff to get the help you need.

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Dr. Gurpreet Singh Padda is a Medical Physician, Board Certified in Anesthesiology, Addiction, and Interventional Pain. For over 20 years, he has practiced in the Urban Core in St. Louis, Missouri, helping his patients regain their metabolic health.

Pain is the final pathway, the body screaming that something has gone wrong. Dr. Padda treats patients at the intersection of the pain epidemic, opioid epidemic, and diabetes epidemic. They are all inter-related pathologies, the clinical manifestations of systemic meta-inflammation.

A graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School, Dr. Padda served residencies in surgery and anesthesia. He is board certified in pain medicine, anesthesiology and age management. He also holds an MBA from St. Louis University. He is a member the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and has completed certification programs with the International Society of Cosmetogynecology in Abdominoplasty and Liposuction under local anesthesia.

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