He has published multiple articles on pain,
spoken nationally and internationally on
advanced pain procedures and was recently
voted one of the nation’s most
compassionate doctors.

David Provenzano, MD


Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

New advancements for the treatment of


We offer the most advanced
pain treatments available,

including spinal cord stimulation and
dorsal root ganglion stimulation.

Dr. Provenzano has published publications
in peer reviewed journals on strategies to
enhance pain treatments


David Provenzano, MD

has recently been featured in
the Beaver Times on how he
effectively treats chronic pain.
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Dr. David Provenzano is one of the most experienced pain medicine experts in the region.

Dr. David Provenzano, a leading expert in Pittsburgh, PA and throughout the nation for treating patients who suffer daily from pain, uses advanced diagnostic techniques to assess the source of the pain and develop a comprehensive and safe treatment approach that can significantly reduce your pain. View Dr. David Provenzano Accreditation.

Dr. David Provenzano’s vision is to help detect and treat the source of pain as early as possible to improve outcomes – and also to break the cycle of recurring pain and restore your comfort level so you can return to participating in the activities that you enjoy. Bringing vast research knowledge to every patient treatment plan is one of Dr. David Provenzano’s key components to patient care.

Dr. David Provenzano was also recently recognized as one of America’s Most Compassionate Doctors by Patient’s Choice.

Our mission

Pain Diagnostics and Interventional Care’s mission: To professionally and passionately provide evidence-based medical care for patients with varied pain states and to advance the science of pain medicine through research and education.

Our convenient location

301 Ohio River Boulevard

Edgeworth Medical Commons

Suite 203

Sewickley, PA 15143

GIVE US A CALL TODAY: 412-221-7640

News & Awards

Dr. Provenzano has been elected by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America® from 2015 to 2016.

Pain Tip of the Month

Chronic Pain

Those who experience chronic pain may feel discouraged from exercising because they are concerned that pushing themselves too far will result in a flare up of their pain. This can lead to habitual aversion to exercise that becomes a lifestyle. This sedative lifestyle is counterproductive because exercise can actually help to reduce the effects of chronic pain. Research has shown a correlation between chronic pain and a decrease in neuroplasticity, the brain’s physical ability to form new neural connections. Exercise can increase the brains ability by increasing blood flow and oxygen to the brain. As this improves, the brain is more equipped to overcome chronic pain.

Exercise can also help one deal with chronic pain by lubricating joints and strengthening muscles, which can allow someone to return to normal function in a way they might not have been able to previously. Regaining this freedom helps improve self-image and optimism, which combat the depression that sometimes comes with chronic pain. Some of the best workouts for those with chronic pain includes walking, swimming, stretching and yoga. Light exercise may cause some soreness or pain during or after the workout, but it is important to know this isn’t worsening your condition, your body just needs to adjust to the increase in activity. Though exercise isn’t necessarily a complete “cure” for chronic pain, it can be an excellent tool to minimize its negative effects.

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