Introducing Dr. Sassan Hassassian, a Leading and Notable Medical Expert


HealthTap is pleased to feature Dr. Sassan Hassassian, a Leading and Notable Medical Expert. Dr. Hassassian specializes in Pain Management and is located in Ashburn, Virginia. Board certified in Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology, he is passionate about alleviating suffering that goes with pain and is known for his various treatment strategies. Dr. Hassassian serves as the Director of the Division of Pain Management and the Medical Director at the Center for Advanced Orthopedics & Pain Management. “As an interventional pain specialist, I am more dedicated to providing minimally invasive solutions to painful ailments to treat pain by minimizing exposure to higher doses of medications and by improving the functional status of patients.”

He has helped over 2000 people on HealthTap and has received 259 ‘thanks’ and 32 ‘agrees’ from users and physician colleagues, respectively, for his answers to patient health questions. “Healthtap has opened a virtual door and provided a bridge between patients and doctors so that patients who otherwise were not able to ask their medical questions for whatever reason now have the ability to do so in a friendly and yet effective manner.”

Dr. Hassassian has published articles and given presentations on many aspects of multidisciplinary pain management, including treatment of acute, chronic, benign, and malignant pain through various forms of endoscopy. “As a pain physician, I am most passionate about alleviating suffering that goes with pain. After all, pain is the very reason that might have sparked the evolution of the field of medicine as we know it today. It also perhaps remains the number one issue when patients seek medical care either directly or indirectly.”

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