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At the Baltimore Pain Management Center, you will be seen by one of our Board Certified Professionals for every visit. This will insure that you receive the highest level of care available to help manage your pain.

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Michael Gardyn, DO

Dr.Gardyn has been rated as the #1 Top Pain Doctor by his peers in the field. He completed his 4 years of Residency training at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Gardyn then went on to do a pain Fellowship at the World renown Bonica Pain Center at the University of Washington in Seattle. He has over 10 years of practice experience in caring for chronic pain patients and has performed over 10,000 minimally invasive procedures.You can join the thousands of other satisfied chronic pain patients and start to live life to its fullest!


Doron Ben Dov, MS, LAc

Doron Ben Dov, MS, LAc is a licensed acupuncturist in New York and Maryland. He has a unique educational background that includes a degree in Acupuncture medicine, additional Physical therapy training, and research experience. He holds a Master of Science degree in Chinese Medicine from the Pacific College of Integrative Medicine. Doron has supplemented his acupuncture education with training in the field of physical therapy at Long Island university. He has research experience as well in pain medicine. He formed research collaborations with the Montefiore medical center and Maimonides hospital. He is currently a faculty member of Virginia University of Integrative Medicine. He has clinical experience treating patients with multiple medical conditions, but he has chosen to specialize in the treatment of pain. He is a great fit to our integrative treatment model to provide patients with comprehensive medical care. His clinical expertise in alternative medicine complements well with Dr. Gardyn’s training as an osteopathic physician. We are proud to add Doron to our team of providers at the Baltimore Pain Management Center with the goal of treating patients with the highest level of care.   ​​​



Minette G. Rilloraza graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Nursing at the Union Christian College in the Philippines in 1997. Her training includes a diverse nursing work experience that compliments her abilities to care for our patients here at the Baltimore Pain management Center. She worked as a medical -surgical floor nurse from 1997-1999. She then worked as a neonatal ICU nurse from 1999-2004, and as a Medical ICU nurse at the University of Maryland Medical Center from 2004-2016. She has been actively involved in various ICU projects, including hospital-wide process improvements such as developing protocols and policies towards increasing satisfaction and quality patient care.

In 2020 Minette wished to advance her education as a nurse practitioner. She completed her nurse practitioner degree (AGNP) from Walden University in 2020. She was immediately drawn to treating patients suffering from chronic pain. Minette holds 3 certifications from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), and the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM). Minette provides compassionate care to our patients at the Baltimore Pain Management Center, all while committed to continuing her education, training, and professional development.

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