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Paul Sandhu, MD

Pain Management & Regenerative Medicine located in North Beach/Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, CA & Pleasant Hill, CA

Founded by a team of highly trained and dedicated doctors, Pain Solvers, with locations in the North Beach/Telegraph Hill area of San Francisco and in Pleasant Hill, California, focuses on pain management for men, women, and adolescents 12 and up. The providers offer integrative and alternative techniques combined with traditional medicine to relieve pain. 

The board-certified team spends time with each patient to accurately diagnose the cause of pain and create customized treatment plans involving a combination of therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes. Pain Solvers can prescribe ketamine or Spravato™ to offer quick relief to patients with depression.

With specialties in pain management, physical medicine, and rehabilitation, Pain Solvers offers many paths to finding integrative treatment options that involve retraining the mind and modifying chemical messengers in the brain for pain relief. The team has both personal and formal experience with the pain management treatments offered at Pain Solvers.   

To learn more about managing your chronic pain, reach out to the experienced medical team at Pain Solvers in San Francisco and Pleasant Hill, California by booking an appointment on the website or calling the practice today.


Residency, Harvard University / Massachusetts General Hospital
MBA, Wharton School / University of Pennsylvania
Member, American Academy of Pain Medicine
Fellow, American Board of Disability Analysts
Fellow, American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Board Certified:

American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 
American Board of Pain Medicine 
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