Baker McKenzie advised NeuPath Health, Canada’s largest provider of chronic pain management services, in the acquisition of HealthPointe Medical Centres Ltd., a leading pain, spine, and sport medicine clinic located in Edmonton, Alberta.
The Baker McKenzie team was led by David Palumbo and included Haran Viswanathan, Grace-Kim Cho, and Marc DiPierdomenico (Transactional); Stephanie Vaccari and Andrew Chien (IP); Jeremy Hann and Shyama Talukdar (Employment); Theo Ling and Karina Kudinova (Privacy); Peter Clark, Bryan Horrigan and Andrew Morreale (Tax); and David Gadsden (Litigation).
NeuPath is Canada’s largest provider of chronic pain management services that operates under two leading brands in Ontario: CPM - Centres for Pain Management and InMedic Creative Medicine. NeuPath has 12 locations across Ontario with more than 100 licensed healthcare providers that provide care to over 11,000 patients annually. NeuPath offers a comprehensive chronic pain assessment and multi-modal treatment plan based on recommendations by a group of trained physicians to help patients manage their chronic pain and optimize their quality of life. In addition to chronic pain management clinics, NeuPath offers workplace health services as the single, largest cost of chronic pain is lost productivity due to sick days, short and long-term disability claims, and job loss.
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