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Metro Atlanta Orthopedic, Neuropathic, & Injury Pain Centers
Your pain isn’t average.

Don’t settle for an average pain specialist physician in Atlanta. Comprehensive Spine & Pain uses proven and effective medical advances to help get your life back. At one of our seven convenient Metro-Atlanta locations, we will identify the true, underlying cause of your pain without the lengthy recovery or downtime of surgery.

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Why Choose Our Atlanta Pain Clinic?

At Comprehensive Pain and Spine, our Atlanta pain physician, V.K. Puppala, is double board-certified in Pain Management and Anesthesiology. Using state-of-the-art equipment and a non-surgical approach, he will provide effective treatment solutions to reduce your pain so you can get back to living the life you deserve.

Contact our friendly and knowledgeable staff today to set up an immediate appointment.


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Now Open in Sandy Springs, Georgia

New Location Opening in Sandy Springs, Georgia   New pain management office in sandy springs, GA Comprehensive Spine & Pain - Sandy Springs Grand Opening Join us on July 9th to enjoy the rooftop of @botanico_atl in celebration of our new Atlanta/Sandy Springs location. Our team is happy to collaborate with our fellow health Metro Atlanta health partners during the special growth celebration for our Sandy Springs office.  

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Coping With Chronic Pain: Keeping a Healthy Attitude

There are many ways to treat chronic pain symptoms in patients of ours. Aside from treatments, though, there are ways you can help improve your peace of mind and feelings about pain on your own. One of the simplest ways to do so is to keep a healthy attitude about pain. Believe it or not, this has been shown to actually reduce the feelings of pain in some patients. Here is a quick bit of information on how you can begin prepping yourself and training your mind to better deal with pain. How does your attitude affect your health? Having a positive attitude is good for your health. Positive attitude . can protect you against poor health later on in life [...]

What is Chronic Pain?

We all (after the age of 20 or so) experience the occasional aches and pains that come along with aging. Also known as acute pains, these pains are important for warning us of an injury or possible future injury that needs to be addressed. These pain signals travel up the spinal cord and into the brain, triggering the feeling of pain. Chronic pain, on the other hand, is something different. Chronic Pain is a pain that continues to be transmitted to the brain even after an injury heals. It can last weeks, years, or a lifetime. It can limit your range of motion, mobility, and reduce flexibility and strength over a long period of time, often making it difficult to carry on with daily activities. [...]


I was awake during my procedure and am now pain free.
If I ever need help with back pain again I will return to Dr. Puppala.

Gary, October 2016

I came in with A LOT of pain – around a 9 – and Dr. Puppala suggested we go ahead with an epidural. Within minutes my pain was down to 0, which had not happened in a very, very long time! Thank you Dr. Puppala and staff for taking great care of me!

Gail, April 2017

I, Theresa R, was in so much pain, but after the procedure my pain isn’t there. I was a little nervous, but I didn’t feel any pain when Dr. Vin was doing the procedure. Thanks for everything I felt so comfortable and the pleasant feelings with the staff. I recommend everyone to come here.

Theresa R., May 2017