Sid Panchamia, MD

Dr. Sid Panchamia is someone who generally wants to make patients feel better every time they leave our office whether there are there for a visit or treatment. Growing up in diverse New York City has allowed him to realize that everyone has different beginnings and circumstances. Hence, everyone is "wired" uniquely and that affects their ability to cope with pain. Therefore, a productive consultation is provided without any preconceived notions. He will focus on the most painful areas affecting the patient and offer a targeted plan with an in-depth explanation for a goal-directed therapy.

Dr. Panchamia went on to graduate one of the oldest and established medical schools in this country–New York Medical College. Following that, he trained at prominent hospitals such as North Shore University Hospital as well as Long Island Jewish Hospital for his surgical residency for several years prior to transferring to University of Miami/Jackson Memorial health system for the completion of residency in anesthesiology. As he enjoyed the procedural aspect of surgery as well as regular patient interactions, he pursued and was accepted at one of the most preeminent institutions for regional anesthesia and chronic pain–Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Being able to hone his surgical-anesthesia skills and combine it with interventional pain management have allowed him to become uniquely qualified to deal with the intricacies associated with spine and nerves.

After completing his fellowship, he and his wife chose to move to Tampa Bay area as it has offered the best of Florida. They have since had a girl and a boy to complete their family. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends.