Trident Pain Center celebrates second location

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Photo Provided Trident Pain Center hosted a fall festival and health fair on Nov. 16 for Moncks Corner residents. The event also served as a grand opening for Trident Pain Center’s new location. Owner Dr. J. Edward Nolan had the honor of cutting the ceremonial red ribbon commemorating the opening. Providers Allyson Thatcher, MD and Allison Davis, NP-C were on hand to celebrate the event. With the help of Tricounty Radiology, Coastal Kids Dental & Braces, and the Arthritis Foundation, the festival was a fun and educational event for the whole family.  Trident Pain Center is a pain management facility based in North Charleston and now, Moncks Corner.  Patients suffering from neck and back pain or chronic headaches are offered an individualized treatment plan designed to improve their everyday quality of life.


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