Dr. Cohn Out of Office Until July 7

Dr. Cohn Out of OfficeI wanted to take a moment to let my readers and patients know that I’ll be out of the office from June 21 through July 6. I will be going on vacation for a portion of that time, and I’ll be unable to be contacted for most of that duration. I will begin seeing patients again at the CDI Sartell office on July 7th.

If you have immediate needs during that time please contact Dr. Robert Long or his assistant Julie Marden by calling 952-738-4456. If you want to set up an appointment with me when I get back, call the main office number at 320-251-0609.

After Hours Calls

If you want to set up an appointment after the office has closed for the day, you’ll need to follow the after hours procedure. We always have a doctor on call in case something arises. Dr. Long and Dr. Kim will be the on call physicians in my absence. They are wonderful doctors and are more than capable of providing you with the care you need.

I have written some blog posts to be shared while I am on vacation, so there will continue to be new stories on the blog as well as activity on my social media profiles. So while you will continue to see activity, remember that I will be unable to personally answer any questions that may be submitted through Facebook or on a blog post. I’ll answer your questions when I get back, and if it’s a serious concern please call CDI. They’ll make sure you get the care you deserve.


Dr. Thomas Cohn.

P.S. I meant for this post to appear on Friday, but we are currently in the process of switching to a self-hosted server. This created a visibility issue for this post on Friday. I apologize for any inconvenience. 

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Thomas Cohn, MD

Interventional pain doctor helping Minnesotans manage back, neck, foot, and other pain. Board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation with additional board-certification in pain management from the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA), the American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (ABIPP) and the American Board of Pain Medicine (ABPM).

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