Dr. Dangaria is a double Board-certified Pain Management (American Board of Pain Medicine) and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) physician. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Wisconsin and received his medical degree with honors from St. George’s University School of Medicine. Dr. Dangaria then completed his post-graduate residency and fellowship training at Brooklyn Hospital Center, Temple University Hospital and Georgia Pain Physicians/National Pain Care.
Dr. Dangaria specializes in a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnose and treat acute and chronic pain conditions.
Dr. Dangaria treats pain stemming from a wide array of health problems causing headaches, facial pain, neck pain, mid-back pain, low back pain, abdominal/pelvic pain, nerve pain, sciatica pain, joint pain, muscle/tendon/bursa pain etc. He is highly skilled in interventional (non-surgical) approaches in managing and relieving pain. Dr. Dangaria is committed to treatment of patients with compassion and in an individualized approach. His patient-centric care approach has led to a civilian recognition award by Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia. He has also had many contributions to the scientific literature with publications in peer-reviewed journals, presentations at academic meetings, and Dr. Dangaria has co-authored text book chapters.