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About Raleigh Spine and Pain Center

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Raleigh Spine and Pain Center is an interventional pain management clinic located in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina, founded by distinguished interventional pain management physician Daljit S. Buttar, MD. Dr. Buttar brings over 20 years of experience as a board-certified neurologist (ABPN), board-certified pain medicine provider (ABPM), and interventional pain provider (ABIPP) to every patient he sees. 

He uses the latest advances in pain management techniques, including fluoroscopic-guided spine procedures, such as epidurals or rhizotomies, minimally invasive migraine and headache treatments such as Botox, innovative regenerative medicine techniques, ultrasound-guided joint and muscle injections, such as trigger point injections, and much more. He has performed thousands of procedures with excellent results.

Patients struggling with headaches, disc herniation, joint pain, nerve pain, and fibromyalgia, as well as other types of severe or ongoing pain, can rely on Raleigh Spine and Pain Center for exceptional care. 

Call Dr. Buttar and the Raleigh Spine and Pain Center team for pain relief or book an appointment online today.


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Commonly Accepted Insurances

For your convenience, Raleigh Spine Pain and Headache Center accepts a variety of insurance plans. Click on "View full list of companies" to see a list of commonly accepted insurances. This list is not entirely inclusive of all plans we accept. For specific insurance plan inquiries & eligibility, please contact your insurance provider.

Blue Cross Blue Shield
United Health Care

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