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In Conversation with Dr. Danielle Babb

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Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine, 2540 S. Tamiami Train, Sarasota, Fl, 34239. 941-213-8752.

In the January 2022 edition of SRQ Magazine, we interviewed Dr. Danielle Babb of the Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine as part of our In Conversation marketing feature with top doctor honorees on trends in medicine, health and wellness. Below is an excerpt published in the magazine in which Dr. Babb shares her insights with SRQ readers on being a female physician.

Dr. Babb, what is it like being a female physician? Does that influence your experience and your professional journey? And do you feel that female patients will seek you out because you are a female practitioner?

I think being a female gives me an understanding for certain pathological states like female pelvic pain or just some conditions that some of my male colleagues are just not as well versed in naturally. So I think it gives me a different perspective. I find it challenging and stimulating and nothing really, but complete support from my male colleagues. Pelvic pain, for example, is something that is uncomfortable, not just from the pain perspective, but just dealing with the social anxiety and kind of emotional stress related to that. And so I have many patients that are seeking a female physician for comfort. Some of the other specific requests for a female physician are ethical like religious patients that prefer a female physician to discuss their medical problems with. But beyond that, I have male and female patients.  I'm actually not the only female physician in my practice. There's also Dr. Lindsay Schroer who has been practicing a long time in this community and she's wonderful. And we have discussed some of these patients we see and we share some of these patients together. We may be two of the few female pain physicians in this community, but we're able to provide that to patients.

Ramos Center for Interventional and Functional Pain Medicine, 2540 S. Tamiami Train, Sarasota, Fl, 34239. 941-213-8752.

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