Michele Chen is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner and has been practicing pain management for over ten years in the North Fulton area. Along with her experience with pain management, Michele has practiced in Rheumatology and Nephrology. She graduated from University of Maryland Medical specializing in Adult Health with an Oncology track where she also published a paper titled, “Telomere-Based Cancer Treatment: Emerging Targeting Therapies” in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. Michele is a current member of Sigma Theta Tau.
Michele has given many presentations in the North Fulton community on pain management. She has also appeared as a guest speaker on the syndicated medical radio show, “Better Living-Homestead Hospice Radio Talk Show” on Atlanta Broadcast News.
Michele’s philosophy and approach to patient care is that her duties are to build a partnership, working with the patient to improve their pain. Her method is that of a multi-directional path, focusing on proper nutrition, improved mental health, exercise, and a rewarding lifestyle. Michele enjoys educating the patients to their options and always wants to make sure that the patient’s concerns are heard. She will regularly perform joint injections, trigger point injections and Botox injections as an option to improve pain. The ultimate goal is for her patients to not just survive/manage pain but to thrive.
Outside of the office, Michele enjoys spending time with her family and dogs. As an avid runner, she enjoys living a healthy lifestyle and frequent trips to Disney World.