Donya Pain and Wellness Center in El Paso, Texas, offers compassionate care and specialized interventional therapies that ease chronic pain when conventional treatments fail. Board-certified anesthesiologist Ali Ibrahim, MD, has years of experience helping adults overcome their pain and return to the active, thriving life they deserve.
Donya Pain and Wellness Center focuses on helping patients avoid pills and prevent the need for surgery. The practice is especially dedicated to tackling the opioid crisis, giving patients the ability to cut down on opioids as they receive safe, highly effective pain management alternatives.
At the state-of-the-art facility, patients have access to a wide range of interventional pain management treatments, including radiofrequency ablation and spinal cord stimulators produced by Abbott, a leader in the field. Interventional therapies are very effective because they target pain-causing nerves.
Donya Pain and Wellness Center also offers advanced intravenous (IV) infusions that ease pain and improve overall health. Alpha lipoic acid infusions ease painful neuropathy, while vitamin IV infusions from Olympia Pharmaceuticals promote general healing.
Dedicated to becoming an expert in pain management and anesthesiology, Dr. Ibrahim finished his medical training in anesthesiology at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. After completing his residency, he gained extensive experience in pain management as a private practitioner.
He continuously pursues ongoing education in the latest pain management techniques through advanced seminars from Harvard Medical School, the North American Spine Society, and other renowned organizations.
As Dr. Ibrahim constantly evolves, he brings the latest FDA-approved procedures and techniques to the El Paso community, giving each person the best chance for pain relief.
No one should struggle with chronic pain. To learn more about the exceptional services available at Donya Pain and Wellness Center, call the office or book an appointment online today.