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087 - Michael Sprintz

“Most doctors just don’t understand what they are dealing with.” Dr. Michael Sprintz joins us to share his journey from addiction to med school to opening the Sprintz Center for Pain and Recovery. He is triple board certified in Pain Medicine, Addiction Medicine, and Anesthesiology and talks about the gray area between treating chronic pain and/or addiction. He is a Distinguished Fellow with the American Society of Addiction Medicine, which is a big deal, for his contributions in the field of addiction medicine. Enjoy.

The Illuminate Recovery Podcast is about #MentalHealth, #MentalIllness, and #AddictionRecovery. Shining light on ways to cope, manage, and inspire. Beyond the self care we discuss, you may need the help of a licensed professional. Curt Neider and Shelley Mangum are a part of Illuminate Billing Advocates ( They are committed to helping better the industry and adding value to the lives of listeners by sharing tools, insights, and success stories of those who are working on their mental health. #illuminaterecoverypodcast

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