Brian M. Bothe MD
Strategic Pain Management
We take a Team Approach to your Pain Management Needs. Together we will develop a strategy to ensure you live life with the least amount of pain possible.
Addiction & Dependence
Dependence and Addiction is a common problem that we can treat with modern medicine and responsible recovery methodologies. Dr. Bothe is specially trained and licensed to prescribe Buprenorphine products such as Suboxone, Zubsolv, Probuphine implants. He also offers other interventions such as monthly injections of Sublocade and Vivitrol.
Patient’s Choice Awards
Dr. Bothe is regularly named for the Compassionate Doctor Recognition, and is listed as a Top Physician in his field by the Patient’s Choice Awards, Vitals.com and other prestigious patient driven recognitions.
A UNIQUE APPROACH TO PAIN...
We pride ourselves in understanding and meeting all of your goals and expectations
Most of the patients surveyed say they refer their friends to us
We have a qualified team with a diverse skill set to help you achieve your health goals
YOUR CARE TEAM
BRIAN BOTHE, MD
Positive Outcomes Blog
Dr. Brian Bothe has been named the Top Addiction Specialist for the Top Doctor Award 2019! Follow us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PositiveOutcomes.us/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllayantPain Nextdoor: https://nextdoor.com/pages/allayant-pain-management/
In honor of National Recovery Month this September, we found four inspirational sobriety quotes from celebrities to inspire your recovery. Follow us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PositiveOutcomes.us/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AllayantPain Nextdoor: https://nextdoor.com/pages/allayant-pain-management/
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