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Jul 1982Present

Medical Administrator

Pain Therapy Associates, Ltd


Jul 1972Jun 1976


University of Illinois at Chicago


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Focused on providing superior patient care and expertise in treating various forms of chronic pain, Dr. Carey Dachman serves as Medical Director and physician at Pain Therapy Associates, Ltd., of Schaumburg, Illinois. Having worked in this capacity at Pain Therapy Associates since 1982, Dr. Dachman commands significant experience in diagnosing and effectively treating arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and numerous other conditions. Possessing a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Dr. Carey Dachman holds certifications with the American Board of Internal Medicine,The American Academy of Pain Medicine, and the American College of Rheumatology. Since joining Pain Therapy Associates, Dr. Dachman has achieved significant recognition from colleagues and industry organizations for his affable bedside manner and his devotion to multidisciplinary approaches that employ modern technologies and alternative techniques. Chicago magazine named him a Top Doctor and a Best of the Best of Physicians located in Chicagoland. Furthermore, in an advertorial published in The New York Times, Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd., listed Dr. Dachman among the top doctors in the country. Castle Connolly also recognized him among the leading rheumatologists in the Chicago area for five straight years. Dr. Carey Dachman’s industry recognitions are well deserved. Since embarking on a career in pain management, he has sought ways to improve the level of patient care in the field while also sharing his knowledge and discoveries with colleagues and fellow professionals. For example, Dr. Dachman’s back-pain treatment method achieved a certificate of recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Furthermore, Dr. Dachman serves as a lecturer and researcher as well as an active member of the International Association for the Study of Pain, the Chicago Rheumatism Society, and other national and local medical societies.