Dr Andrew Rockman          
Stem cell

All practitioners identify pain as the body's way of letting us know that something is wrong.  Unusual as it sounds, pain is actually our friend.  But the real "detective work" that goes into rectifying our issues go beyond simply knowing our own body; it lies in the deep understanding of how the body truly works.

Dr Andrew Rochman

We are so fortunate to live in a time of abundant options for healthcare; where allopathic medicine is at its technological heights and alternative healing practices have exploded into our mainstream with great thanks to the information age.  For all the unusual and mysterious ailments that we may experience, the answer is definitely out there!

As a great student of modern and alternative treatments, I produced this free collaborative web-based forum between doctors and pain sufferers where we can address ailments of all sizes and the varying solutions ranging from the conventional to the experimental.  Together, we will share, explore, uncover and review the healing community and what others are doing to deal with physical pain.

Welcome and my best regards-

Dr. Andrew J. Rochman




Where general business networking events tend to often fall short in bridging any significant bond or true relationships, the blueprint behind the Modern Pain Relief roundtable series aims to “build meaningful, lasting and solid connections.” Driven on the same principles of true friendships, assembling this type of social group is formed out of hand-selecting individuals based on a set of common elements.

The MPR Group is an assembly of pain healers from all modalities in the Long Island area including: chiropractors, massage therapists, osteopathic doctors, acupuncturists, orthopedic surgeons, rehab physicians, herbalists, physical therapists and rheumatologists. Founded by board certified surgeon and medical director of a Stem Cell Therapy center in Plainview, Dr. Rochman pursues his vision to promote integrative medicine through a union of proactive educators and healers. This union is designed to inspire an exchange of ideas, technological information and current innovations in the field of pain relief. Dr. Rochman’s research in the many avenues of health and wellness alongside his tremendous network of relationships in the field of patient care has led to the creation of this group.

Success of the group is partly based on the size; small enough to hear each other and large enough to support a healthy selection. Intimacy in the number of members allow for positive exchange and discussions that encourage a great range of interesting topics and opinions. (meet our members)

Meet Dr. John Gehnrich, one of Long Island's most talented pain treatment & wellness specialists.  

Under a combination meeting-of-the minds and health professionals support group, Dr. John Gehnrich (Rhino Chiropractic, Rockville Center) started the evening by reaching across the table to ask everyone “what makes you unique?” The selected team are carefully chosen based on their current pain practice, but also based on their added presence in the wellness community. For example, Anthony Cerabino is president of the Health & Wellness Center in Bay Shore, NY- a multi-study health center carrying the art of Acupuncture, Medical Massage, Nutritional Counseling, Herbal Medicine and NAET (allergy elimination). His dossier clearly subscribes to the school of a Holistic approach to wellness and an integrative view on problem-solving patients’ issues.

To meet and speak to all these professionals is a unique joy for any pain sufferer. Enter the wild-card: Mr. John Graziano- devout triathlete, professional physical trainer and co-producer of the MPR video series covering all pain solutions.  John’s extensive background as an athlete has earned him the nickname “Double Pains” because of his many injuries and physical abuse from years of pushing his limits in running, cycling and extensive workouts. His contribution to the meeting as a pain sufferer and a recipient of many pain therapies provided the group with welcomed topics for all the pain professionals.  “I believe this group reflects the future of medicine”, says Graziano. “Speaking from the perspective of a patient, there’s definitely many ways to address pain…  but what’s amazing about this particular group is that they all seem so open to support and integrate a wide array of treatment studies.  They’re all believers in continued education and they were so open to sharing of themselves while listening intently to each other. I have the greatest confidence in each of these practitioners to work on me soon!”

HISTORY OF PAIN LEADS BRINGS THE MPR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: I helped to build the end-user section of Modern Pain Relief and the host of the MPR Video Series because of my passion for the grueling sport of Triathlon. When they say "no pain-no gain", - I got pain and lots of it. And in a society where we all suffer with something either from aging or abuse, part of my mission (here) is to collect all information about what works, what's new and who's who in the field of wellness. (see Johnny Double Pain's Video- 1st day consult)



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