The Injury Documentation Experts
Diplomate, American Board of Neurological Surgery
DR. RAHAT FADERANI, DO
An experienced physician, Dr. Rahat Faderani attended Nova Southeastern University, where he earned a dual degree in medicine as well as a master in public health. He has been practicing medicine in Florida since 2008. After completing residency training, Dr. Faderani received additional training at Harvard School of Medicine in the principles and practice of pain management. He also trained through the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York in association with Empire Medical Training to obtain certification in interventional pain management and spine and joint procedures. Dr. Faderani is an active member of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP) and has obtained the Diplomate status of the Academy of Integrated Pain Management. For patients with various spine conditions, Dr. Faderani performs office based and hospital based procedures, including fluoroscopy-guided injections, spinal stimulators, rhizotomy, discography, and minimally invasive spine procedures. Dr Faderani avoids prescribing narcotic or addictive medications in the treatment of chronic pain.
Dr. Faderani has taught and served at La Caridad free clinic for many years, where he provided pro bono medical care for a large number of uninsured and underserved patients.
Dr. Faderani's teaching involved medical students and PA students during their underserved area training at La Caridad.
Dr Faderani speaks 5 languages including Spanish and Creole. He holds board certification and belongs to such professional organizations as the Academy of Integrated Pain Management, AOA, Palm Beach County Medical Society, American College of Osteopathic Internists, and the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians.
To schedule an appointment for injury documentation with Dr Faderani, call 1-800-311-DOCTOR or click HERE.
DR. MICHAEL OLIN, MD
Dr. Olin is an experienced neurosurgeon with over 35 years of working in Rhode Island and Florida. Dr. Olin was trained at the University of Tennessee and then at the University of Connecticut where he was the chief resident in neurosurgery. Dr. Olin obtained the prestigious status of diplomate with the American Board of Neurosurgery in 1986 and became an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the University of Connecticut. He then joined the faculty of the IVY league school of Brown University, where he was involved in their neurosurgery program at the Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. Dr. Olin was then tapped as the "Governor's Appointee" by the State of Rhode Island where he served on the Panel of Rehabilitation as well as the board to oversee medical licensure in the State. Dr. Olin still holds membership with the New England Neurological Society, Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and the American College of Neurological Surgeons. He has multiple papers in the peer reviewed journal Neurosurgery, mostly focusing on the effects of trauma on the brain and the cervical spine. Since moving to Florida, Dr. Olin has joined the staff of ATLAS and provides the residents of South Florida with quality neurosurgical evaluations and treatments.
To schedule an appointment for injury documentation with Dr Olin, call 1-800-311-DOCTOR or click HERE.