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Pain Specialists in Spine and Pain Clinic of North America in Fairfax and Potomac

Spine & Pain Clinic of North America (SAPNA) is a physician-led partnership of board-certified physician, care team members, and practice management experts.

At our Spine & Pain Clinic in Fairfax, Dulles, VA (Washington DC metropolitan area), we treat patients who suffer from acute and chronic pain conditions. Our primary specialty is interventional pain management approach for various health problems, including spinal pain, cancer pain, and pain due to amputations.

At our Fairfax Pain Clinic, we provide our patients with the expertise, diversity, 20+ years of experience, and skills in our clinical team. We offer a wide range of individualized treatment options such as:

  • the most current procedures guided by fluoroscopy and ultrasound;
  • non-opioid medication management;
  • precise evaluation and treatment of patients who are good candidates for opioid pain management;
  • post-surgical care (spinal, orthopedic, neurosurgical, thoracic, abdominal, gynecological).

Pain Management Doctors

Our services are offered in a collaborative manner with your healthcare provider (primary care doctor, orthopedic surgeon, psychiatrist, etc.) and our SAPNA spine specialists Dr. Majid Ghauri and Ashraf Sabahat who provide the best pain medicine diagnosis and treatment. In recognition of our team, Dr. Majid Ghauri is triple board-certified in Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine, and Critical Care. He received numerous rewards as one of the best pain management physicians in Northern Virginia and Washington DC.

Dr. Sabahat joined our pain practice in the summer of 2020. He is a board-certified specialist in pain medicine and anesthesiology.

Majid Ghauri, MD

Founder of Spine and Pain Clinics of North America

Ashraf Sabahat, MD

Pain management specialist

At our spine and pain center, we see a wide variety of patients with many different conditions at many stages of chronic pain. We understand that each patient’s pain experience is unique, and we match treatment to their medical situation, preferences, and circumstances. We holistically approach each patient, considering their complete medical history. This permits us to identify the cause of pain and determine the best course of treatment. Rather than temporarily masking the pain with prescription pills, we develop long-lasting treatment plans that aim for complete pain relief.

Our pain clinics are highly accessible to those living in Washington DC metropolitan area and Northern Virginia. We are also a short drive from cities in Montgomery County, Maryland. All patients have access to free parking and public transportation. If you are experiencing chronic pain and live in these areas, do not hesitate and call us to schedule your appointment.

Pain Clinics in Virginia

Pain Management Clinic in Fairfax

Fairfax Office

Fairoaks Medical Building 4001 Fair Ridge Dr Suite 202 Fairfax, VA, 22033

Phone: (703) 520-1031

Fax: (703) 520-7269

Pain Clinics in Maryland

Spine & Pain Clinics of North America in Dulles, VA

Maryland Office

7811 Montrose Rd Suite 220, Potomac, MD, 20854

Phone: (240) 660-2990

Fax: (703) 520-7269

We Provide Care for Pain Conditions


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