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Dr. Kinyungu's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Kinyungu "My passion is the patient and relieving a patient's pain. This major task can only be achieved my listening to the patient. Everything else comes second, a far second. "
This content was provided by Dr. Kinyungu "My passion is to teach and make healthcare simple for everyone. I believe that only when people understand their situation can they help themselves and those around them in turn. And that is ever so the case with pain patients. Listening to a patient and trying to understand the source of a patient's pain and teaching them how to cope with and manage it is winning half the battle against chronic pain.
I believe that often times patients are misinformed as to how exactly their pain can be managed and what their exact role is in the process, and so through empathy, guidance, knowledge and a proper plan, a defined road to less pain is in sight.
It was while at the University of Chicago that I discovered my passion for pain management and he ended up volunteering for the pain rotation so often that he tripled his required quota. I decided to pursue a fellowship and get properly certified in Pain Management so as to provide my patients with experienced and qualified care with cutting edge technology.
Pain Management is a team effort and I compare pain management to trying to roll over a massive rock by yourself- the task is impossible until you get ten of your friends who then work together to roll over the massive rock- that massive rock is pain and the ten people are the various modalities such as injections, medications, therapy and the various health personnel but most important is the patient. It Takes A Village"