There are more people dealing with chronic pain than with diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. The effects of pain run the gamut of mild aches and discomfort to incapacitating and crippling pain that immobilizes the patient. Acute pain is experienced as a normal reaction to an injury, chronic pain is persistent. It can last continually over weeks, months or years.
The staff at the Pain Center at “Pain Management” are fully committed to treat our patients who are dealing with chronic pain by using the most up to date medications, therapies and techniques. We treat a variety of conditions including, but not limited to:
A team of highly skilled physicians, nurses and other staff strive to provide the best pain management services.
Our pain specialists strive to provide the best pain relief and fastest pain recovery possible while you’re here with us. Our pain management team works hard to ensure that you get the best outcome.
At “502-428-3699”, our patients who are dealing with pain from any number of sources are able to receive an independent medical evaluation, a multidisciplinary analysis of their pain condition and a customized course of treatment tailored to their specific requirements.
Treatment methods may include a combination of the following:
• Acupuncture, relaxation and meditation
• Anesthetic nerve block
• Aqua therapy
• Cognitive or behavioral therapy
• Epidural steroid injections
• Joint injections
• Medications (pills, patches, suppositories, or injections)
• Minimally-invasive procedures
• Physical therapy
• Radiofrequency treatments and many other pain management methods
Our Multi Disciplinary team of doctors includes Neurosurgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Pain Management experts to assist our patients in regaining their quality of life and work with each patient to create treatment plans around their specific requirements to aid in controlling and minimizing their pain.
Our holistic focus allows us to treat the body and its symptoms along with mental and emotional issues. We find that if the body and the mind are at odds with each other, the resulting disharmony can cause physical pain.