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Marion Pain Management Center would like to reassure you, while we closely monitor the latest developments of COVID-19 with public health officials, we will continue to operate as normal.

Our medical staff are well-trained in safety procedures and follow the most current guidelines in the prevention of spread. We have implemented additional rigorous cleaning procedures and have set up extra hygiene stations in our reception areas and exam rooms for you to use when you come in for your appointment. The safety of our patients, associates, and the general public is our top priority.

As a reminder, the best prevention you can take includes washing your hands frequently, using hand sanitizer, coughing into your elbow or a tissue, and limit unnecessary travel.

The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. If you are experiencing these symptoms, have a concern regarding international travel in the last month, or you have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19; please contact your primary care physician or the health department.

Thank you for choosing Marion Pain Management Center for your interventional pain management needs. We are committed to protecting your safety while providing the highest quality of care at our offices.

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Many pain conditions, both chronic and acute, are difficult to completely cure. Unfortunately, this leaves many patients suffering through their pain, unable to perform their usual activities. At Marion Pain Management Center, we focus on managing pain through therapy and minimally invasive treatments, so patients can enjoy living life free from pain. We recognize every patient is different, which is why we approach each individual from a unique perspective, delivering a truly personalized treatment experience.

Healing the Whole You – homepage section

Healing the Whole You

At Marion Pain Management Center, our goal is to enhance your physical well-being and transform your perspective on pain.


As pain messages travel through your nervous system, they create physiological responses in every major body system. We use minimally invasive procedures and non-narcotic pain relief options to stop or reduce pain signals, so you can heal and feel better.


Your emotional state can also be affected by pain. Any pre-existing anxiety or depression can worsen, and feelings like sadness, anger or fear can increase your pain. By targeting the source of your pain quickly, we can help alleviate these feelings.


When pain controls your life, your confidence and self-esteem can decrease, causing daily tasks to seem overwhelming. We’ll help you regain your positive outlook on life and become the best version of yourself –the one that’s pain-free!

Services – homepage section


  • Muscular Skeletal Pain
  • Neck, Shoulder & Arm Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Chest Wall Pain
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Herniated Discs
  • Sciatica
  • Knee Pain
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
  • Headache & Migraine
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Myofacial Pain Syndrome
  • Spinal Stenosis

Neuropathic Pain Sympathetic Syndrome

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Neuropathy
  • Shingles
  • Phantom Limb Pain

Cancer Pain

  • Primary and Metastatic Pain
  • Spasticity
  • Post Dural Puncture
  • Other

Reviews – homepage section


  • "When I moved from Oklahoma to Ocala, Fl I asked my insurance company for a good pain management doctor. They recommended Dr M Shetty and I am so glad they did. She agreed to a conference call with my neurologist in Okla. and they conferred together what surgeries I had and treatment. She has helped me have a better life and I will be forever grateful." -Sharon T.

Meet the Doctor – homepage section


Mangala Shetty, M.D.

Dr. Shetty is an anesthesiologist with 30+ years experience in the practice of pain management. Dr. Shetty received her medical degree from the University of Nigeria Faculty of Medicine in 1986.

Blog & Education – homepage section


Our self-help tools include blog articles, publications and pain management tips. They serve to help patients better understand their condition and the pain relief options available to them.