In the pain management clinic, we provide a multidisciplinary assessment and treatment to patients experiencing acute or chronic pain related to a wide variety of medical issues or physical injuries. We treat a wide spectrum of conditions including
Chronic pain is a complex medical problem. When untreated, it may lead to physical impairment and mental suffering with psychological, social and emotional consequences. Our goal in the pain management clinic is to evaluate/diagnose your condition and develop a plan to reduce the pain, to restore function and to improve the quality of life.
A variety of approaches and modalities may be used to treat the pain including conservative treatment options such as various classes of medications in addition to the latest interventional pain management techniques along with physical, psychological and behavioral therapies.
Interventional pain medicine is a medical subspecialty that helps in diagnosing and treating many pain conditions using minimally invasive procedures. The most common of these are:
Advanced Pain Management Techniques Include:
Pain management is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of pain, both acute and chronic.
Pain management specialists such as Anesthesiologists, are medical doctors specializing in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of pain.
Common pain management treatments include medications (such as opioids, NSAIDs, and antidepressants), physical therapy, nerve blocks, and minimally invasive procedures (such as radiofrequency ablation).
Pain can be treated without medication through various non-pharmacologic methods, including physical therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
In some cases, pain can be completely eliminated through treatment. In other cases, the goal of pain management is to reduce pain to a manageable level that allows the patient to engage in daily activities and improve their quality of life.