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Myrdalis Diaz-Ramirez, MD


Dr. Myrdalis Díaz-Ramírez is a dual Board-Certified Anesthesiologist and Interventional Pain Management Physician, Medical Expert, Professor, Author, Speaker, Podcaster, Entrepreneur, and Mastermind Facilitator.
In her maxAllure Mastermind, she helps physicians who feel overwhelmed regain and retain control of their lives through entrepreneurship. She is a born and self-made entrepreneur. She has owned different clinics which she successfully sold in the past. Has also owned other businesses, including an entertainment company. Her passion is to help other physicians who, as she experienced in the past, might feel lost in medicine and burnout.
Through her Mastermind, physicians can transform their personal and professional lives. They have been able to define, plan, and execute a designed physician life just for them and are now in control once more.
Dr. Díaz-Ramírez graduated with honors from the University of Puerto Rico. Later, was Chief Resident at Oregon Health and Science University and completed her Fellowship in Pain Medicine from the same institution where she was also a professor. Her most recent teaching position continues for Florida State University, College of Medicine at the Sarasota Campus.
Dr. Diaz-Ramirez has been chosen by her peers as a Top Doctor in her field for more than ten years in a row. This is a record in her specialty and has placed her in the Top 1% of Women Physicians as per the recognized entity Castle Connolly.
Most recently, and thanks to over 20 years of experience as an Interventional Pain Physician with a holistic approach, Dr. Diaz-Ramirez has identified a need to provide better health care. She is now partnering with a brilliant team guided by her passion for diagnosing and offering her patients the best care possible while combining the best of preventive and conventional therapies in her new wellness center in Sarasota, FL

Aug. 15, 2022

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