Dr. Miguel de la Garza, President of the Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
Dr. Miguel de la Garza, is a recognized expert in pain management. the current president of the Florida Society of Interventional Pain Physicians. which is one of the largest pain societies in the United States. the representing 400 interventional pain management specialists in the state of Florida. Dr. Miguel de la Garza trained at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic for his fellowship and has published many articles.
He is a partner at Comprehensive Pain Management Partners in Tampa, Florida. performs his clinical pain management procedures at Surgery Partners. Founded in 2004, Surgery Partners has over 4,000 affiliated physicians. more than 180 locations in 31 states, including ambulatory surgery centers, and surgical hospitals. multi-specialty physician practices and urgent care facilities.
Dr. Miguel de la Garza commented, “Milestone’s CompuFlo® Epidural instrument represents the future of anesthesiology and pain management. The instrument is easy to use. and I wanted to secure this product to decrease the chance of intrathecal punctures. as it will increase safety for many procedures.
I recommend this instrument to other practitioners in the pain management field.” Arjan Haverhals, CEO and President of Milestone Scientific stated. “We appreciate the support of Dr. Miguel de la Garza who is a leader in the field of pain management. We’re also pleased to announce that Surgery Partners has approved the CompuFlo Epidural instrument. use across their network in pain management.
Our initial focus has been on the labor and delivery market with 2.4 million annual epidural analgesia procedures in the U.S. alone. where our sales pipeline is solid and growing. and we are in advanced discussions with hospitals and larger healthcare institutions. Still, this latest agreement marks a major step toward our goal. the goal of expanding the addressable market for our instruments beyond labor and delivery.
The overall addressable market for epidural anesthesia is estimated to be approximately $5 billion. with 11 million epidural procedures performed in the U.S. on an annual basis. The pain management market is at least twice the size of the labor and delivery market segment. the CompuFlo® Epidural instrument has the potential to capture a significant share of this market. given its unparalleled safety, reduced risk of complications, and cost savings.”
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