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Dr. Chaturani Ranasinghe is an interventional pain management doctor in Naples. She treats chronic pain through invasive techniques that reduce pain levels, such as nerve blocks or injections.

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Yes, Dr. Chaturani T. Ranasinghe is accepting new patients at this office.


Fax

(239) 234-2435


Address

1855 Veterans Park Drive, Suite 304, Naples, FL 34109

Office Hours

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Office Details

Doctor Specialties Interventional Pain Management & Pain Management & Anesthesiology
Accepting New Patients? Yes
Practice Specialty Interventional Pain Management
Languages Spoken English
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Insurance Accepted  


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About Dr. Ranasinghe
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Dr. Chaturani Ranasinghe is a Double Board-Certified Anesthesiologist and Interventional Pain Medicine physician. She graduated from the University of Miami School of Medicine in 2006 and then concluded a residency in Anesthesiology at Jackson Memorial Hospital with the University of Miami. 

Dr. Ranasinghe completed her Pain Management Fellowship at the prestigious New York University Medical Center, one of the highest-rated programs in the country, where she was trained by top experts in the field of pain medicine. Upon completion of her fellowship, she practiced as faculty at both NYU and the University of Miami, at the Pain Institute, while also serving as the Director of the Wellness Center in the Department of Anesthesiology. 

Dr. Ranasinghe was appointed the Director of the Pain Medicine fellowship at the University and was an enthusiastic and inspiring educator, teaching future pain doctors that pain medicine is as much an art as it is a highly trained skill.

Dr. Ranasinghe is educated and experienced in all aspects of pain management, including the entire range of pain management procedures. However, she began to notice a trend in her patient's own request for more holistic options for pain relief. She took it upon herself to learn and utilize acupuncture in her treatments and incorporated other alternative healing methods into her management of pain. With an academic focus, she made it a point to gather the available literature and evidence for all treatments. She is an active member of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, an internationally renowned institution that promotes Alternative as well as Western modalities in a patient-centric model. Her decision to open a facility in Naples is founded on enabling the patient to be highly involved in a truly integrated approach.

With her knowledge and the use of advanced medicine, she has been able to help many patients who had little hope of a functional life. Dr. Ranasinghe believes that well-educated patients have the best chance for pain-free lifestyles and consistently works to bring patients the education they need. 

In her free time, she enjoys fitness activities, meditation, and crafting.

Specialties


Education & Training  


Medical School


Residency

  • Jackson Memorial Hospital - University of Miami Health System
    Residency in Anesthesiology • 2007 - 2010


Fellowship

  • New York University Medical CenterNew York, New York
    Fellowship in Pain Management • 2011


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Hospital Affiliations


  • University of Miami Hospital
  • Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital

Languages Spoken  


  • English
  • Spanish
  • Sinhalese (Sinhala)
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