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Man Le, M.D.- Now Accepting Humana

We are happy to announce Dr. Man Q. Le, with our Boca Raton clinic, is now accepting Humana as well as most other insurance.

What is Humana?

Humana is a Fortune 500 company based in Kentucky and one of the largest health insurance companies in the nation.

The Benefits

Humana is beneficial to patients because it offers a wide variety of plans at a low price. Its plans are also designed to encourage personal wellness and smart healthcare decisions for you and your family.

About Dr. Le

Dr. Le earned his medical degree from the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He completed his residency in Anesthesia at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. He practiced anesthesia for several years before discovering the then-new field of pain management.

“It was a new field I wanted to explore,” Dr. Le says. “I saw a lot of people suffering from chronic pain. It was a big obstacle in their lives and I realized I could make a difference.”

That led him to pursue fellowship training in Pain Medicine at Georgetown. He came to Pain Relief Centers – Boca Raton from South Florida Pain Relief Centers, where he served as medical director for three years. Previously, he worked at the Comprehensive Pain Management Center in Baton Rouge, La.

Before that, Dr. Le served as an attending physician for the Department of Anesthesia and as the medical director for the Pain Management Center at Boca Raton Regional Hospital for more than 10 years.

His love of innovation in medicine and individualized care led him to Pain Relief Centers. “Helping people is very fulfilling to me and you have to be open to finding the best solution for each patient.”

In his spare time, Dr. Le enjoys tennis, sports and travel. He speaks English and Vietnamese.


If you would like to book an appointment with Dr. Le, contact us at (561) 983-6689 or visit our website

New Year Resolution Goal List 2020

7 Resolutions for a Healthy 2020

A new year brings new goals, a new outlook and the opportunity for a fresh start. There are many resolutions to strive for, and we understand that. With health being a main priority for many people, if you are struggling with mild to severe pain, finding pain relief should be at the top of your list this year.


Below are 7 New Year’s resolutions to help you get closer to pain relief in 2020.

1. Set attainable goals

Setting manageable goals is important when making a New Year’s resolution because you do not want to set yourself up for disappointment. How do you know when a goal is realistic? Here are five rules to set yourself up for success:

  1. Set goals that motivate you- Make sure your goals are important to you.
  2. Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals-
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Attainable
  • Relevant
  • Time Bound
  1. Set Goals in Writing- Writing your goal down and holding a physical copy of it makes it tangible.
  2. Make a Plan- To achieve your goal, you will need a process and steps to accomplish along the way. These steps will get you to your end goal.
  3. Make it a Habit- Once you achieve your goal, stick with it!


2. Stop Smoking

Did you know smoking contributes to back pain? Nicotine, an addictive substance found in all tobacco products, is a vasoconstrictor, meaning it narrows blood vessels. Therefore, if any blood vessels are exposed to nicotine, they narrow and carry less oxygen. Adequate blood flow is necessary when trying to heal pain or discomfort.

3. Minimize alcohol intake

Excessive amounts of alcohol can lead to kidney and other organ issues. Kidneys, located in both sides of the lower back, filter toxins out of alcohol; but they can get overwhelmed. If they can’t do their job properly due to an overabundance of alcohol, you may feel pain in this part of the back.

4. Exercise regularly

Exercising for just 30 minutes a day can provide many benefits such as improved sleep and mood, weight control, reduced risk of heart disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and even increased chances of living longer. If you have a hard time finding the motivation, grab a buddy and bring them along. Make your workouts fun.

5. Improve posture

Over time, bad posture puts stress on your spine and causes back problems in your muscles, discs, and joints. To help maintain good posture, try sitting with proper support, use correct posture when working out or lifting, and walk tall.

6. Be proactive with your health

Between kids, jobs, friends and family, we understand it is hard to find time for yourself. However, your health is not something that should be compromised. Make 2020 the year you get those nagging pains in check. Physician Partners of America offers same-day appointments, making it easy and convenient to fit evaluation and treatment into your schedule.

7. Maintain a well-balanced diet

Nutrition is important when setting goals. Most health-based goals require a well-balanced diet as a necessary foundation because most things stem from what you are putting into your body. Did you know there are actually foods you can eat to help reduce back and joint pain?


Twenty-twenty is the year for your health. Get your most enjoyable life back with Physician Partners of America. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.