Dr. Edmund Boese and his wife have recently moved from Wyoming back to Idaho, his home of many years. He has a passion for fly fishing and spending time on the rivers of Idaho. They have two children and three grandchildren, two very loyal dogs and many good friends and patients throughout the country.
At Pain Care Clinic of Idaho, you will have a one on one consultation with Dr. Boese to evaluate your condition and with you, determine what treatment plan would work best.
Helping people in need has always been a priority. Even when vacationing to remote locations without doctors he would offer his services to those who needed help. His caring and compassion are felt by all.
He is a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and Harvard trained Medical Acupuncturist. After many years in the surgical suite and witnessing the sometimes marginal results of pain care, he wanted to provide non- narcotic, non-invasive alternatives for chronic pain patients. He has seen and understands how compromised a patient’s life becomes with neuropathic pain and chronic disease conditions.
Dr. Boese has seen the daily physical and emotional struggle patients have endured hoping for relief. It is because of this constant hope that he has dedicated his knowledge and years of experience to finding effective treatments. His staff is kind and caring, knowing the struggle each patient has endured. Dr. Boese and staff are committed to helping you Feel Like Your Self Again.*
Pain Care Clinic of Idaho is the only certified clinic in the U.S. to offer Scrambler Therapy® Technology, a new and revolutionary, non-invasive, non-narcotic rapid treatment for neuropathic pain. Dr. Boese is also the first physician in the country to be certified in Scrambler Therapy® through Delta International Services & Logistics by the inventor, Giuseppe Marineo, a biophysicist at the University of Rome Tor Vergara, Italy.
Dr. Boese is one of three certified Medical Acupuncturists in Idaho. Medical Acupuncture is a physician delivered form of acupuncture. It involves an evaluation of the patient’s condition, formulation of a treatment strategy using both Eastern and Western approaches to disease and a review of treatment outcomes. Medical Acupuncture is an alternative approach for acute and chronic pain and chronic conditions such as Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, MS, shingles and many others.*
Edmund C. Boese M.D. D.A.B.A., D.A.B.M.A. is a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and Harvard trained Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Acupuncture. He received his undergraduate degree’s from Cornell University and M.D. from Pennsylvania State Medical School. Dr. Boese attended Milton S. Hershey Medical Center for his internship and residency programs and received additional training as a fellow in respiratory intensive care and was also appointed as an instructor. He is a licensed medical physician in Idaho and Wyoming.
WE AT PAIN CARE CLINIC OF IDAHO ARE PROUD TO OFFER THESE LIFE-CHANGING THERAPIES TO ACHIEVE NO MORE PAIN FOR YOU.*
If you or your loved one is struggling, contact us today to get your free consultation and begin your journey to being pain free.
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742 E State St #150
Eagle, ID 83616
Get advanced and effective pain management in the Treasure Valley from Pain Care Clinic of Idaho. We offer a range of drug-free treatments or therapies that will help you get quick and lasting relief from chronic pain.*
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